UVa offers clinical investigators and research staff substantial resources to assist with their human subject research projects. The offices and programs supporting clinical research are committed to identifying and adhering to best practices to facilitate efficient, compliant and ethical study conduct and management.
The School of Medicine provides access to a variety of research support cores for clinical investigators. These cores are generally subsidized by the School of Medicine but investigators are charged for the use of the cores to help offset the cost of the service. Complete information about the services provided, contact information and cost is provided by following the link.
Research Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) were developed, and are maintained and updated as necessary, to provide consistency for designing and managing clinical trials: from initial concept through submission to research committees, recruitment, managing subjects and data, to source documentation and final close-out and archival. They serve as a reference guide for new and existing staff and as an assurance to potential sponsors of the institution’s commitment to rigorous adherence to Good Clinical Practice.
UVA’s HR website has lots of information to offer. You can find employment policies, as well as information on dual, temp, full time, and wage positions.
Careers at UVA is the University of Virginia’s official site for employment opportunities.We welcome your interest in UVa, an institution recognized nationally and internationally for the excellence of its teaching, research, and public service. The University of Virginia is committed to hiring qualified and talented people as outstanding employees, leaders and managers. UVa provides many opportunities for career enrichment, employee advancement, and lifelong learning; robust compensation and benefits packages; and a peerless community in the city of Charlottesville, Virginia..
The University of Virginia is committed to equal employment opportunity for all persons. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, qualified individuals with disabilities are protected from discrimination and may be entitled to reasonable accommodations to assist in their pursuit of employment at the University. This includes assistance in completing the online job application as well as reasonable accommodations during the interview process.
Please see SOM job descriptions for a Clinical Research Trainee, Licensed and Non-Licensed CRC, CRC Intermediates, and Senior CRC’s, and a CRC Manager positions.
Benefits@UVA is a new, self-service tool for academic employees where you can make benefit related changes to plans such as health insurance, vision insurance, flexible spending accounts and the tax deferred savings plan. All changes for open enrollment must be submitted using Benefits@UVA.
Time and Effort Certification is a federal requirement, promulgated though 2 CFR Part 220 (as codified from the Office of Management and Budget Circular A-21) and Section J.10 of OMB Circular A-21. Please see Effort Reporting References..
Workday is UVA’s Human Resources technology system used to manage all HR activities.
Reconciliations of all University projects and awards are required to maintain the integrity of the University’s accounting records and to protect the interests of the University. These reconciliations are essential for an effective internal control environment. Please see Recon UVA
OnCore is the web-based clinical research management system used by School of Medicine to manage protocol and subject data. Training is required for access to the system.For more information, visit the OnCore information page. To access OnCore, please click here.
Clinical Research Connect is a hub to help you get organized for the study start-up, with instructions and steps of what’s needed, and which systems are involved. CRConnect provides opportunities to collaborate within the study team, where everyone will know where steps are and have access to the most updated information. This system will also provide single data entry and a more streamlined process for many study start-up components. To access CRConnect, please click here.
PaymentWorks is UVA’s clinical research participant payment system. To access PaymentWorks, please click here.
RPBH’s Grants module provides system-to-system submission capability for most federal grant applications, including in-system, integrated budgeting capabilities. Non-federal applications is also budgeted and recorded in the system. The Agreements module allows for efficient and collaborative contracting transactions for non-funded agreements (MTAs, DUA, CDAs, etc) as well as funded research awards and clinical trial agreements. To access ResearchUVA powered by Huron, please click here.