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Image: Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Associate Dean

Image: Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Associate Dean

Image: Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Associate Dean

Image: Tina Bottini
Tina Bottini
Assistant Dean

Image: Tina Bottini
Tina Bottini
Assistant Dean

Image: Tina Bottini
Tina Bottini
Assistant Dean

The University of Florida Health Science Center-Jacksonville's academic roots stem not only from medical education, but also from faculty-driven research programs. University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville faculty physicians participate in advanced clinical trials to provide patients the latest in diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services, applied research programs and translational and basic science research.

The Jacksonville campus' Office of Research Affairs is part of the Division of Sponsored Research located in Gainesville, Florida, and supports faculty and staff in obtaining and administering internal and external research funds. Specifically, the Office of Research Affairs support faculty and staff with budget development, submission of proposals, industry and federal contract negotiations, and answer questions regarding university or agency policies dealing with grant and contract applications and funding. The Office of Research Affairs also negotiates and executes all confidentiality and research agreements and secures funding for the Jacksonville faculty. The Office of Research Affairs provide training and education support for the Jacksonville campus.

Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Associate Dean, Research Affairs; Chair, Department of Neurology; Director, UF Health Neuroscience Institute - Jacksonville

Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Associate Dean, Research Affairs; Chair, Department of Neurology; Director, UF Health Neuroscience Institute - Jacksonville

Alan R. Berger, M.D.
Associate Dean, Research Affairs; Chair, Department of Neurology; Director, UF Health Neuroscience Institute - Jacksonville

Tina Bottini
Assistant Dean, Research Administration and Compliance

Tina Bottini
Assistant Dean, Research Administration and Compliance

Tina Bottini
Assistant Dean, Research Administration and Compliance

Meeting Schedule & Submission Deadlines

Note: All submissions for IRB review require a single electronic copy of all documents to be emailed and a single (signed) original hardcopy be provided to the IRB office. The IRB cannot log in the submission until the paper copy is received.

Resources

News & Announcements

Simulations, presentations, awards highlight Medical Education Week

4/29/2014

A pregnant woman comes to UF Health Jacksonville, where she undergoes a C-section delivery. The baby is doing well. The same can’... [full story]

Wears presents patient-safety research at national conference in Gainesville

11/22/2013

More attention given to shift changes among medical staff can ensure greater patient safety in hospital emergency departments. That’s... [full story]

Qualifications for Principal Investigators of Human Subjects Research

7/11/2013

Working with the three UF IRB's (IRB-01, 02, 03), faculty stakeholders, and research deans in affected colleges, the Office of Research... [full story]

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