Secure Data Services and IPR Guidance on Awarding Space for Restricted Data in Townshend Rooms 46/48
General grant-writing tips, information specific to NIH and NSF grants, and OSU research resources.
Conducted every summer since its launch in Summer 2011, the IPR Grant Writing Workshop is a structured process of peer engagement and review. Workshop participants will be invited to take advantage of two other IPR services: (i) IPR is prepared to cover the consultant fee (typically $500) for review of a draft application; (ii) Grants Manager Morris is available to provide hands-on administrative support to those submitting applications.
Organized lists of NICHD Population Centers, Centers & Research Institutes, Affiliated Departments at Ohio State, and Affiliated Centers at Ohio State.
IPR is an insitutional member of the Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Sciences. As such, IPR affiliates are eligible for benefits such as discounted membership and registration fees and access to IAPHS webinars. Contact IPR Business Manager Corinne Rubright for information on how to access these benefits.
The Kentucky Research Data Center (KRDC) is a collaboration between the University of Kentucky and the U.S. Census Bureau established by a grant from the National Science Foundation in 2016. KRDC offers researchers the opportunity to use restricted-access federal data to conduct advanced research in fields such as economics, management, business, demography, health, epidemiology, geography, environment, urban planning, political science, sociology, criminology, and more. Researchers wishing to use KRDC must develop a project proposal, receive approval for the project, and undergo a security clearance. Visit the KRDC Website (krdc.uky.edu) for an overview of the proposal process and the description of available data.
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