This guide for investigators has been developed by the Office of Research to provide information on all aspects of conducting research at the Medical College of Wisconsin, from starting up a study to searching for funding opportunities, to applying for grants and obtaining regulatory approvals, to acquiring necessary training to maintaining compliance, and finally how to transfer or close out your studies.
Watch a brief video tour of Research Resources which highlights many of the important features of our site:
What the new investigator can do before arriving at MCW and immediately after arrival. Includes information on how to obtain the accounts and accesses you need, how to acquire necessary training, who to contact if you have questions, and how to find out details about the particular type of research you wish to conduct.
A listing of current funding opportunities and links to sponsors of medical research; in addition, guides and services that are available to assist you in your search for research funding.
Information on the pre-award aspect of submitting a grant application, with procedure guides and resources available to assist you. Post-award information serves as a guide for managing your grant money.
Educational and training courses offered by the Office of Research and related departments and geared for both investigators and research staff.
Important information for the investigator, organized according to the type of research being conducted. The focus is on what is required for obtaining approvals for a study.
How to manage discoveries, inventions, and other intellectual property and how to advance these discoveries from Patents to Patients®.
The Medical College of Wisconsin is committed to creating and maintaining an environment for research that conforms to the highest ethical standards. Learn about compliance with research corporate policies, financial conflicts of interest in research, and training in the responsible conduct of research.
How to transfer research components to another institution or properly close aspects of your research studies.
Site map for Research Resources.