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July 2014 A bi-monthly news bulletin for research faculty & staff
News from... • Office of Grants & Contracts • BRC • IACUC • HRPP/IRB
  • Research Safety • MCW Libraries  
In this Issue...
Office of Grants & Contracts

Uniform Grant Guidance (Omnicircular)

New MCW Federal Rate Agreement – Changes to Fringe Benefit Rates Effective 07-01-2014

NIH eRA Commons User IDs Mandatory for Graduate and Undergraduate Students in October 2014

NIH Piloting New Biosketch Format

Individual Development Plan Now Required for AHA Training Programs

New AHA Open Science Policies Will Go into Effect with Applications Due in July 2014 and New Awards Beginning January 2015

CDMRP replaces eReceipt System with eBrap

Upcoming Application Deadlines: NIH, Non Profit and Internal MCW Sponsors


Upcoming Training Opportunities

Basic Rodent Surgical Techniques Workshop II

Humane Endpoints and Euthanasia

Rodent Necropsy

Did You Know?


Communication is Key! – Results of the IACUC Office Survey

IACUC Essentials

Semi-Annual Program Review and Facility Inspection



Collaborative IRB Training Initiative (CITI) Program Training in eBridge

MCW AAHRPP Re-accreditation Site Visit 2014

June 2014 Consent/Assent Template Updates

Institutional Review Board (IRB) Fees - Introduction of “Partial Review Fee”

Research Safety

What do YOU do with expired, used, or unused kits?


MCW Libraries

New Open Access Journal Highlights Medical Student Research

The Faculty Collaboration Database (FCD)



Office of Grants and Contracts Contact Information

Phone: 414-955-8563

Fax:     414-955-6552


Location: MACC Fund Research Center (MFRC) 3070

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News & Updates

CDMRP replaces eReceipt System with eBrap

For FY14, CDMRP has replaced the eReceipt system with the electronic Biomedical Research Application Portal (eBRAP).


New MCW Corporate Policy on PI Eligibility

MCW recently established a corporate policy regarding who at MCW is eligible to serve as the Principal Investigator (PI) on a research project. The policy sets the duties and responsibilities of a PI, and describes the processes for requesting and approving exceptions to these new PI eligibility requirements.

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