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Changing sanctions, COI forms due, and more

 March 21, 2022

Updates & Announcements

Changing Sanctions Involving Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine

The U.S. government's response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine has involved sanctions against persons and institutions in Russia and Belarus along with new licensing requirements on physical exports to these countries.

Should you have questions about how these constantly evolving sanction measures may impact your planned or ongoing activities in Russia and/or Belarus, the Office of Export Controls can provide up-to-date information and consultation.


Research Data Resources Survey Raffle Winners

The Office for Research & Innovation would like to thank all who participated in the Research Data Resource Needs survey in February. Several hundred respondents provided thoughtful and detailed answers, which will help us better understand resource gaps. Congratulations to our raffle winners:

  • Marilyn Telen, MD, Wellcome Clinical Distinguished Professor of Medicine, SOM
  • Yue Jiang, PhD, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Statistical Science, Trinity A&S

For more information about the Research Data Initiative, visit our website.


Conflict of Interest Forms Due

If you are required to complete a DOSI-COI Annual Disclosure form, you should have received an email on March 7th. All forms must be submitted by April 18th. You will be required to submit any incoming research awards earlier in order to allow awards to be released. Please contact if you have questions.


Resources & Tools

New Tool for Determining Collaborator Mechanisms

A new tool is available in myRESEARCHpath to help with determining the best-fit mechanism for engaging a research collaborator. Answer three simple questions and the tool will determine if the collaborator should be engaged as a consultant/independent contractor, employee, subaward, or vendor.