Monthly networking meetings for departmental sponsored award administrators and managers to discuss issues in research administration, highlighting new policies and procedures, and disseminating research administration best practices. Open to all Harvard administrators and registration is not required.
There are various activities associated with closing out a sponsored project or award. There are usually reporting obligations to the sponsor, financial reconciliations, forms and reports for the institution, and account closeout tasks which must be completed.
The purpose of the Forum is to gather individual opinions and perspectives around NSF ERA activities. This Forum also will be used to present proposed solutions, collect feedback, understand how solutions may impact the community, and solicit volunteers for testing.
Oracle Business Intelligence, also referred to as OBI, is an interactive data analysis tool that allows users to navigate, drill down, slice and dice, and aggregate data within a web browser. This course is a pilot session for OBI Super Users and pilot testers to learn how to use the Detail Transaction Listing dashboard in the OBI reporting application. The Detail Transaction Listing is the OBI version of CREW’s Detail Listing.
Oracle Business Intelligence, also referred to as OBI, is an interactive data analysis tool that allows users to navigate, drill down, slice and dice, and aggregate data within a web browser. In the course, learners are provided an overview of the tools navigation and functionally through demonstrations and try it exercises. This course is required to get access to OBI.
Guest Speaker: Emily Ouellette, JD, QI Program Assistant Director, FDA and Regulatory Support, Partners HealthCare
Are you conducting clinical trials? Are you unsure about the requirements for registration? Do you struggle with the clinicaltrials.gov database? Join us as our expert guest speaker addresses these questions and gives some updates from the field.Contact Alyssa Speier with any questions (email@example.com).
Do you have a question about the IRB process, need submission assistance, or want to know more about how to use ESTR? All members of the Harvard LMA research community are welcome to stop by either the HMS or Harvard Chan School location to consult with members of the QIP team. No need to make an appointment- first come, first served.