Preliminary discussions on a proposed project can begin long before an industry partner is ready to create an RSA. However, before the OIE can prepare an SRA project, the Principal Investigator (PI) of the project must first submit a project proposal to the OIE for review and approval. A proposal shall contain at least a specification, a project budget and a statement of reasons for the budget. Additional information and documents may be requested during the application review process. If the sponsor and PI wish to continue with the proposed project, an SRA project will be developed, including the approved specifications and budget, as well as the agreed funding amount, payment plan and known intellectual property of the PIs/Co-PIs. An agreement in which two or more parties agree to cooperate on a defined research project. The agreement usually contains specifications, duration of performance and intellectual property conditions and may provide for the commitment of efforts, the provision of resources, visiting researchers or any other exchange of value to support cooperation. Orders each party to bear its own costs in relating to the research; The Office of Industry Engagement (OIE) facilitates the negotiation of SRAs funded exclusively by for-profit private sector sponsors. The Office of Sponsored Projects is responsible for negotiating SRAs in which a portion of the funding to support the research project is received by a non-profit organization, for example. B a public or federal authority, a foundation or non-profit organization or an alliance. 5. As proposed above as part of industry- and university-funded research, one of the first stations is the Agency`s website, which should contain guidelines and forms when a client is considering joint research with a government agency. A number of NIH forms, also available from www.nih.gov, are included in the Appendix.
j. Insurance and guarantees. Generally speaking, the university rejects all assurances and guarantees relating to sponsored research, with the exception of following the research with appropriate care and conducting the research on the basis of current good laboratory practices. In this period of uncertainty and potential for delay/interruption of research programmes, it is important to keep research sponsors informed of the status of supported research initiatives. Each initiative is subject to a research agreement involving contractual obligations. Smaller and/or private sponsors should not publicly communicate the impact of the current climate on existing research agreements. If you have any questions/concerns regarding existing agreements with these sponsors, please contact the relevant VPRI agent. Contact IPO at an early stage of your negotiations. The IPO sends a standard agreement to the other party and ensures that appropriate contractual terms are negotiated (e.g. B intellectual property rights, publication rights, insurance requirements, etc.). The Principal Investigator (PI) is responsible for developing the research proposal, budget, timelines and other details regarding the work to be performed.
An agreement (which can be considered as financial assistance, a contract or a cooperation agreement) by which one party (« sponsor ») makes available to a second party (« winner ») funds for the realization of a research project or related activity (for example. .