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Faculty cannot sign any contract on behalf of the college or university. Institutional signature authority is through ORA.
Contracts include agreements, amendments, modifications, and any other arrangement that obligates the University or its employees.Questions regarding specific contract agreements listed below should be directed to the following OUCOP staff:
- Material Transfer Agreements
- Confidentiality Agreements
- Provider Agreements.
Phone: 405-271-6751 x47385
Phone: (405) 271-6878 x47288
- Letter Agreements
- Memoranda of Understanding
- Consulting or Speaking Agreements
- Professional Practice Plan (PPP) Agreements
Phone: (405) 271-6751 x47203
Current Grants Awarded to OU College of Pharmacy
Effort Committed on Sponsored Agreements
OUHSC treats all aspects of sponsored programs administration consistently, regardless of funding source. Therefore, pursuant to federal regulations, the OUHSC faculty and staff may not have total effort commitments (sponsored and non-sponsored) in excess of 100%. Faculty or staff who have University responsibilities in addition to those committed on sponsored programs, including but not limited to teaching, administration or clinical activities, must reserve the appropriate amount of effort as agreed upon with the Department Chair and/or Dean for those commitments and, therefore, may not commit 100% paid or unpaid effort to sponsored grants and/or contracts. Excerpt from NIH Notice: “Commitment overlap occurs when a person's time commitment exceeds 100 percent, whether or not salary support is requested in the application. While information on other support is only requested for key personnel (excluding consultants), no individuals on the project may have commitments in excess of 100 percent.”
NIH Reference: http://grants2.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-03-029.html
Grants include all requests for external funding (restricted or unrestricted) for research, training, or service, including hard copy and electronic submissions for prime awards and subcontracts. Questions regarding grants and contracts can be directed to Paula Meder (x47271) or Lora Bailey-Downs, Ph.D. (x47385)
Laboratory and Non-Laboratory Safety and Training
The Environmental Health and Safety Office (EHSO) provides health, safety, and environmental services to the University of Oklahoma including off-campus facilities to facilitate compliance with all environmental, occupational health and safety regulations. Annual training certification is required. EHSO website.
Review and Routing Form
The university requests that a routing form is used for every grant application. This form is routed first through the college and then to the OUHSC Office of Research Administration (ORA). Questions should be directed to Lora Bailey-Downs, Ph.D. (x47385)
NIH Sample Forms
Standard Grant Due Dates
OUHSC (Institutional) Information
Financial reporting and all other post award financial support is provided by Grants & Contracts Accounting. However, the college provides support of all award activity through the business office. Questions regarding post award support can be directed to Lora Bailey-Downs, Ph.D. (ext. 47385).
Indirect Cost Rates OUHSC
Intellectual property is handled through the Office of Technology Development. This resource stimulates the creation of intellectual property and manages the resulting assets in support of the mission of the University of Oklahoma. Contact Gina McMillen (x17725) with questions regarding Intellectual Property.
Financial Conflict of Interest Policy
The regulation is aimed at ensuring that the design, conduct, or reporting of research funded under PHS grants and cooperative agreements will not be biased by any conflicting financial interest of the investigators responsible for the research.
Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)
The OUHSC IBC has the charge of reviewing and approving all OUHSC and OU-Tulsa basic and clinical research activities involving recombinant DNA, gene therapy/gene transfer, microorganisms and biological toxins.
Research facilities and personnel involved in the use of radioactive materials must have prior approval by the OUHSC Radiation Safety Office(RSO).
Research Grant Opportunities (Selected)
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP)
Competitive programs offering research support, fellowships and other programs for those interested in academic and research careers are available from AACP and other organizations. Pharm.D. students, residents, fellows, graduate students and faculty are eligible to apply to specific programs. Please refer to Research Grants, Fellowships and Scholarship Programs on their website.
American Cancer Society
The ACS lists their current requests for grant applications at the New Initiatives and Request for Applications web page
American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation
Incentive grants offer pharmacists seed money to implement or support an existing patient care service within their pharmacy practice. The program originally started with twenty grants available annually, and has now more than doubled in the number of grants available.
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) competitively awards projects for one to three years at a maximum level of $45,000 per year. Solicitation dates and workshops are posted on their website.
OCAST provides tremendous resources to aid the researcher wanting to pursue SBIR/STTR activity. Please take a look at the presentation below. If you are interested in soliciting help from OCAST, please contact Lora Bailey-Downs, Ph.D. (x47385), for more information.
College of Pharmacy
The College of Pharmacy houses several core facilities for basic sciences. They include:
- Cell Culture Facility
- Common Instruments Lab
- Radiochemistry Lab
- Real-Time PCR
- Research Imaging Facility
A listing of shared facilities is available from Lora Bailey-Downs, Ph.D. (x47385).
OMRF Core Facilities
The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF), which is located on 825 NE 13th St., maintains excellent core facilities for their researchers and also available to OUHSC researchers. Additional links and pricing information can be obtained from their website.
The BIACORE is an optical biosensor that uses surface Plasmon resonance (SPR) for real-time monitoring of macromolecular interactions. Potential applications including affinity measurements and binding kinetics, concentration determinations, binding specificity analyses, and epitope mapping. The OMRF BIOCORE Core Facility has two BIOCORE units: A Biacore 1000 and a Biacore 3000. The core facility provides training in the use of the instruments, and assistance with experimental planning and data analysis when needed.
OUHSC Comparative Medicine and Animal Housing
The university has a centralized animal care facility under the direction of a DVM and a full staff.