Many additional resources are provided by UW-Madison Cores. See the Directory of Resources for Researchers for an up-to-date, navigable compilation.
Provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of technology issues as well as technology-related activities as they apply to the needs of campus IT staff. It is also a place to explore campus policy and technology issues.
Actively engaged in bringing the IT resources of this campus together to achieve service excellence. The CIO Office is working to define shared priorities, align resources to support them, foster a culture of both collaboration and communication within the IT community, and deliver IT services that help us deliver on the Wisconsin Idea. Their web resources include campus IT policy guides as well as security training and guides. The CIO Office has several initiatives to improve the campus research computing infrastructure.
Provides online training classes and certifications for IRB and Effort Reporting including:
- The Basics of Effort Reporting
- Human Subjects Protection
- Good Clinical Practice
- Stem Cell Online Training
- IRB Member Training
Reviews all human research protocols in accordance with federal regulations, state laws, and local and University policies. The IRB is composed of members from various disciplines within the education, social, and behavioral sciences, as well as community members.
Assures all members of UW Madison meet their obligation to determine how export controls might apply to their activities and ensure export control compliance. Violation of export control laws can potentially lead to severe criminal and/or civil sanctions for the individual who violates the law.
Reviews all human research protocols in accordance with federal regulations, state laws, and local and University policies. The HS-IRBs office maintains a step-by-step Guide for New Investigators to help anyone new to the process of submitting an application.
A platform for easily creating, displaying, sharing, and managing web-based knowledge documents. It is designed to provide constituents within the University of Wisconsin-Madison and other institutions of higher education with a central location for storing and maintaining knowledge.
Oversees more than $1 billion in annual research expenditures, administers 17 cross-campus research and service centers, and maintains oversight of the Graduate School. Vice Chancellor Mailick’s leadership team consists of faculty and staff members representing the various disciplines of research and graduate education, including administration, physical sciences, biological sciences, social studies and arts and humanities. In addition, an extensive network of operational support is in place to support the office’s mission.
Helps researchers navigate and comply with the public access to publications requirement of most federal awards and an increasing number of private funder grants. The PAS provides consultation, training and direct submission services.
Promotes and facilitates the research, education, and outreach missions of the University of Wisconsin-Madison by supporting and administering extramurally sponsored programs.
The private, nonprofit patent and licensing organization for the University of Wisconsin–Madison. WARF’s mission is to support, aid and encourage UW–Madison research by protecting its discoveries and licensing them to commercial partners for beneficial use in the real world.