The primary role of the Office of Research Administration (ORA) is to provide the campus with professional guidance and administrative support for all sponsored research activities.

Important Notice: Due to ORA's upcoming move from Kinross to the 10889 Wilshire Blvd, certain units will be closed outside of the winter holidays. The below listing indicates when each ORA unit will be closed for business.

  • OCGA – December 20 – January 3
  • EFM – December 20 – January 3
  • ORDM – December 20 – January 3
  • OHRPP – December 22 – January 2
  • OARO – December 22 – January 2
If you have sponsored project needs (proposals, awards, invoices, financial reports, sponsor response requests, etc.) that must be approved, submitted or executed between December 20 and January 4, they must be submitted to the appropriate ORA unit by 8:00 AM on December 12 for us to review and respond promptly.

All ORA offices will be closed in observance of the UCLA winter holiday starting Friday, December 23 through Monday, January 2.

 

Contract & Grant
Administration

Research Policy &
Compliance

Extramural Fund
Management

Human Research
Protection Program

Animal Research Oversight

Research Safety

Assists the campus research enterprise in the process of applying for, accepting, and administering contract and grant awards

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Interprets and develops research policy, coordinates issues that bridge compliance boundaries, and provides the UCLA research community with advice and assistance on matters related to research policy, ethics and compliance.

Monitors all extramural research funds to ensure that agency requirements are met and that University assets have proper financial management. EFM receives contract and grant monies, submits invoices and files financial reports.

Ensures the safety and welfare of human research participants in studies conducted by UCLA faculty, staff or students. In addition, OHRPP supports the Institutional Review Board process and conducts post-approval monitoring and on-site reviews.

Oversees the animal care and use program at UCLA to ensure that activities involving animals are conducted in accordance with University policy and USDA animal welfare regulations. It reviews and approves proposals related to animal use, inspects animal facilities, and investigates reports of noncompliance, suspending animal use and taking corrective action as needed.

Committees establish, monitor, and update policies and procedures for the safe use of hazardous biological materials, radiation and machines, and for maintaining safe local working environments in the research setting. Each safety committee focuses on a specific type of hazard (e.g., radiation, chemical/physical, biological), and reviews protocol submissions for their designated area, as appropriate.

 


 
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Last updated 11/17/2016