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UF Research Adopting UF Campus COVID-19 Guidelines for Activities in Research

Effective immediately, UF Research will adopt the UF Campus COVID-19 Guidelines found at https://coronavirus.ufl.edu/resources/health-guidance/ as the requirements for UF research activities, with the exception of certain human subject research.  The previous requirements within the Research Resumption Plan, implemented last spring at the height of the pandemic, regarding limited numbers of persons…

Need PPE? UF Procurement Services Can Help!

UF departments and researchers can purchase PPE for their research teams and research labs through UF Procurement Services. Ordering information can be found at https://procurement.ufl.edu/covid19ppe/. Items available include: Disposable Face CoveringReusable Face CoveringFloor DecalsHand SanitizerDisinfectantDisinfectant WipesSanitizing WipesFace ShieldsEye Protection…

UF|Research Resumption Plan – Stage 3

The University of Florida has now begun Stage 3 in the process for reengaging on-campus research activities which have been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Free Webinar: Considerations for Restarting Research

UF|Research and OCR have each recently provided UF-specific research resumption guidance. The information in this webinar should not to be used to conflict with UF Guidance, but there may be useful information shared that we can all glean something from. Additionally, there are possible CE’s for certain accrediting organizations if there is an interest there.

UF|Research Resumption Plan – Stage 2

The University of Florida has now begun Stage 2 in the process for reengaging on-campus research activities which have been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

UF Clinical Research Resumption Plan

The UF Office of Clinical Research has published guidance for resuming clinical research projects, which applies to all UF health-related human subjects research.

Shipping of Investigational Drugs

UF Health Investigational Drug Services has developed a position statement on the issue of shipping dispensed Rx to research participants.