From start to finish, stay one step ahead of your project using resources and services from our collaborative partners at FSU.
The Office of Research Development offers plenty of resources to help you find Co-PI's and other potential research partners!
Created by the Office of Research Development, Collaborative Collision is an interdisciplinary networking program to connect faculty with complementary interests, expertise, and resources.
Connect with experts in specific funding agencies for peer reviews and discover faculty research mentoring resources.
The Office of Faculty Development & Advancement hosts professional research development events, writing groups, and more!
Find collaborators for clinical and translational science through the Office for Clinical Research Advancement (OCRA).
The Team Science Workshop (led by Dr. Carla Wood) series is designed to build the knowledge base for effective team science. Scholars will gain an understanding of teaming in research and identify ways to improve how scientists interact and integrate across disciplinary, professional, and institutional boundaries.
Undergraduate students engage in research, gaining experience working with faculty and research teams in their area of interest. PI's gain assistance and advance the institutional mission by providing hands-on research opportunities to students.
Find experts at any Florida university to collaborate with.
The Office of Research Development provides a unique module to help researchers find funding for their projects.
The Council on Research & Creativity sponsors a variety of research and programs.
The FSU Grant Lifecycle provides an overview of the research proposal submission and administration process so you can manage your funding.
FSU Sponsored Research Award Administration manages pre- and post- public awards.
FSU Research Foundation manages pre- and post- private awards.
Need help budgeting your project costs? Office of Research Development has you covered with resources such as a budget workbook, budget calculations, budget justification examples, and more.
The Office of Human Subjects Protection (OHSP) provides resources that guide the regulations of research involving human participants. Decision trees provide PI's with guidance about how applicable regulations may determine outcomes in the human research regulatory review process.
The Office of Research Development (ORD) provides start-to-finish resources to help you develop your research proposal. From examples of successful proposals to grant writing to fund management, the ORD staff will work with you to ensure your proposal is a success.
Most agencies require a Data Management Plan (DMP) as part of the award proposal. FSU Library data specialists can help you navigate the online DMP tool and provide review, feedback, and edits to your DMP.
FSU Libraries research and data specialists assist with research design consultations, survey development, navigating data warehouses, and more. Schedule a consultation today!
Research Compliance provides information regarding federal regulations regarding data management for institution research.
Protected Health Information (PHI) needs special consideration when designing your research project. This guide will help you address PHI within the HIPAA Privacy Rule.
The OHSP provides templates for research protocols, assent & consent forms, debriefing forms, and checklists for researchers to download.
The Office for Clinical Research Advancement (OCRA) provides guidance, tools, resources, and facilitation to help faculty, staff, and students successfully navigate clinical and human subjects research at FSU and with community healthcare partners.
The mission of the Office of Research Compliance Programs (ORCP) is to ensure University compliance with federal, state, and local regulations regarding research. Their site has guidance and regulations regarding compliance with research activities.
The OCRA (Office of Clinical Research Advancement) provides resources for clinical regulation compliance.
CITI provides high-quality, peer-reviewed, web-based training materials for FSU researchers. Any researcher who's research needs to go through IRB approval (see below) must obtain a CITI certificate for required human subjects protection training. Remember to use your FSU email account during CITI registration to ensure your certificate gets sent to and stored in the FSU system!
The Office for Human Subjects Protection (OHSP) provides information for student researchers.
The Office for Human Subjects Protection (OHSP) provides an overview as well as detailed resources regarding HIPAA compliance in research studies. Research involving human subjects may not begin until reviewed by OHSP or the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
The FSU IRB is a committee composed of scientists, non-scientists and unaffiliated (non-FSU) members that review proposed human research to ensure the protection of human subjects' rights and welfare. Learn more about the IRB by clicking the link above, and you can view the current IRB members here.
The OHSP provides detailed descriptions and instructions for researchers regarding FSU's review process of a research proposal.
Researchers are required to submit their studies for review using the FSU RAMP system, which tracks the review process as well as PI's and Co-PI's (and their training/certifications) assigned the project.
FSU Libraries offers access to data sets through data warehouses and repositories.
Create Non-Health Information (or non-PHI-capturing) surveys through Qualtrics. Qualtrics helps you build, distribute, and analyze data through it's database, and FSU students and faculty have free access to this tool.
Create PHI-capturing surveys through REDCap. REDCap surveys are backed to a HIPAA-compliant server, and FSU stores data in the HIPAA-compliant Research Information System.
FSU Libraries offers workshops on various open-source and licensed software, including R, SPSS, Stata, Jupyter, Tableau, and more.
FSU Libraries offers Data Specialists to assist you in working with your data set and with analysis software.
The Office of Clinical Research Advancement (ORCA) provides resources for secure data management and will soon provide biostat services!
FSU faculty, staff, and students have access to Power BI, the data visualization and dashboarding software as part of the Microsoft Office Suite package.
FSU Libraries provides support to researchers who need to create maps of their data. Click above to schedule a consultation.
Publish your datasets with DOI's in FSU's open-source online repository, DigiNole.
FSU Libraries provides tools and information to publish to open sources.
FSU Libraries provides web hosting for digital and data-driven projects
Learn about copyright & license for your project.
Learn about IP & patenting from FSU Office of Commercialization