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Academic Research Services (ARS)

ARS provides support to investigators and faculty within the Department of Internal Medicine (DOIM) to cultivate a positive, productive, innovative, and growing research program. We work with the Associate Chairs of Research to support investigators in their research, regulatory, and administrative needs.

The ARS staff coordinates and prepares an Annual Research Report, monthly Research Conferences, annual Research Symposium and the Intramural Research Awards competition. These departmental research programs and initiatives foster collaboration and innovation among trainees, faculty and others.

“We support faculty and trainees and enable them to focus on science and not so much on the administrative work."  Wess.

Send a message to ARS IMResearch@uc.edu to inquire about any of the department’s programs and initiatives.

ARS Administrative Services Staff

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Angela Duke, BS

Associate to, Academic Research Services

ARS Grant Writing Services Staff

Grant Writing, Manuscript Preparation and Funding Application Review
Please contact Eric Smith as soon as you decide to submit a funding/grant proposal. All requests are accepted, but for the most thorough review and editing, requests should be submitted at least three weeks prior to the internal due date.

Be advised that most full proposals are due to your grant administrator no less than five business days before the official due date. Eric can assist with scientific review and writing, editing, producing bio sketches, budgets, letters of intent, letters of support, organizing and planning your formal application, grant organization and planning, English as second language (ESL) review, completion of an Individual Development Plan (IDP), collaborate with your division business administrators (BA) and assigned grant administrators (GA) on application, funding package preparation,  referral to a biostatistician (no cost to members of the Department of Internal Medicine) and referral to the College of Medicine's 60-day Grant Pre-Review Program. Services include pre-submission review services to assist investigators in the DOIM with grant preparation and grant writing activities, including NIH bio sketches, budget preparation, and grant packaging. Our goal is to assist with submission or resubmission of quality proposals with a foundation of improved grant planning and funding matching.

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Eric Smith, MD

Research Scientist, Academic Research services

ARS Regulatory Services Staff

ARS Regulatory serves as the liaison between Researchers, the IRB of record, and the sponsor.  Our services ensure that each study meets the regulatory requirements and compliance for the Institution, the IRB of record, and the Sponsor for research studies within the Department of Internal Medicine.  We provide the study team with updated IRB communications and IRB approved documents, allowing them to focus on the clinical aspects of research while we focus on the regulatory operations.  We work with the study team to keep efficient regulatory records and work with sponsors on the monitoring of regulatory documentation throughout the life of a study.  Essentially, our goal is to keep the IRB informed, the sponsor files in order, and our research team able to focus on research. 

ARS Research Financial Services (RFS) Staff

ARS Financial Services provides clinical trial financial oversight and management within the Department of Internal Medicine by designing and implementing best practices for centralized services and  divisional responsibilities.

Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine (PMM) PhD Program Staff

The Graduate Program in Pathobiology & Molecular Medicine  offers a course of study in biomedical research leading to the Ph.D. degree. The program is administered by two clinical departments: Pathology and Internal Medicine. Pathology is a branch of medical science that concerns itself with the study of the nature of human disease and its causes, whereas Internal Medicine is concerned with therapeutic strategies to prevent or cure human diseases. Doctoral students in the PMM Graduate Program are exposed to each of these disciplines in a program of study that unites contemporary investigative research in biomedical sciences with an understanding of human disease and the challenges that face effective treatment.

Contact Us

Department of
Internal Medicine

Medical Sciences Building Room 6065
231 Albert Sabin Way
PO Box 670557
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0557

Phone: 513-558-4231
Fax: 513-558-0852
Email: imoffice@uc.edu