Policies and Forms
Lewis & Clark has a commitment to our faculty, staff, and sponsors that includes adopting policies and procedures for educating research personnel and promoting the appropriate and responsible conduct of research. The following policies are based on Federal guidelines.
|Principal Investigator Eligibility||Are you eligible to be a principal investigator on a grant application?|
|Responsible Conduct of Research Policy||
Policy and Training Plan for the Responsible Conduct of Research in the College of Arts & Sciences.
|Conflict of Interest/Code of Ethics Policy||Employees are prohibited from engaging in activities that conflict with the interest of the College.|
|Lewis & Clark’s policy on the illicit use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol.|
|Research Integrity Policy||
Assurance of Research Integrity (Faculty Handbook, Section 4.2.6).
|Intellectual Property Policy||Defines rights and responsibilities, and ownership of intellectual property.|
|Financial Conflict of Interest for Externally Funded Research Policy||Policy and Training Plan covers financial conflicts that may arise as a result of federally funded research. FAQs|
|Time and Effort Reporting Policy||Certification of effort to document salaries charged to federally sponsored projects.|
|Research Involving Human Subjects||
All research involving human subjects must be approved by the College’s IRB prior to initiation. (Faculty Handbook, Section 4.2.4)
|Institutional Biosafety Policy||Policy provides for compliance with regulations concerning biosafety conducted at or sponsored by L&C. All research involving recombinant DNA and/or synthetic nucleic acid molecules must be approved by the College’s IBC prior to initiation. DURC organisms are expressly prohibited.|
|Research Involving Live Vertebrate Animals||All research involving live vertebrate animals must be approved by the College’s IACUC prior to initiation. (Faculty Handbook, Section 4.1.11)|
|Principal Investigators must comply with relevant federal requirements, award terms and conditions, and all applicable policies of Lewis & Clark. This form must be completed prior to submission of a proposal.|
|Complete this form for approval to submit a preliminary proposal for external consideration.|
|Complete this form and route internally with your proposal narrative, proposal budget, budget justification and completed Policy Review Form, prior to submitting your proposal to a funder.|
|Institutional Compliance Requirement Form||Required with submissions to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).|
|Financial Interest Disclosure Form||Financial Interest Disclosure for Externally Funded Research (pre-award).|
|Complete this form if you anticipate the need to make any changes to your grant, including but not limited to changes to the budget or project aims and requesting a no-cost extension.|
|Financial Interest Disclosure for Externally Funded Research (post-award annual update).|
|Each student who is working on a sponsored project must complete this form projecting their effort.|
|Use this form to disclose an invention to the College|
Relevant Lewis & Clark Committees
Animals which are used for research or instructional purposes, their acquisition, care, use, and disposal must be in compliance with current federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
The Lewis & Clark Institutional Biosafety Committee oversees research involving recombinant DNA, synthetic nucleic acid molecules, and/or infectious agents/toxins performed at Lewis & Clark in order to protect the health and safety of employees and the public regarding such research.
The Human Subjects Research Committee is a specially constituted review body established or designated to protect the welfare of human subjects recruited to participate in biomedical or behavioral research. Lewis & Clark’s Federalwide Assurance (FWA) number is FWA00013631.