Georgia Tech Crossroads is an online research portal for our campus research community. The portal centralizes and streamlines all GT web systems to make it easy to access administration tools. All web tools and systems appear the same, but now they are centrally located and accessed through GTCrossroads.
Manage “My Tasks” awaiting action and access your research administration requests
Access “Apps” that guide proposal development/submission, sponsored project management, and other areas of research administration
Access the Contract Information System via the Apps tab
Access Webwise to track proposals, manage awards, request subagreement actions and submit sponsor deliverables
Comprehensive collection of reports for effective research administration
The Office of Sponsored Programs provides progressive and responsive educational, informational, and technological support to research administrators and faculty. OSP provides research faculty with full-service support and administration for all research contracts and grants at Georgia Tech. Services include review and interpretation of contract and grant requirements, determination of appropriate terms and conditions, and establishment of pre-contract agreements as well as the monitoring all active contracts and grants, including modification of existing agreements.
To improve our training services the offices responsible for research administration education have launched a new learning management portal. Users now have the ability to register and unregister for courses, view transcripts, and enroll and track progress through certificate programs. The classes supported by this site cover topic areas including:
Responsible Conduct of Research
Sponsored Project Management and Administrative Requirements
The Office of Research Integrity Assurance works with faculty oversight committees and boards to promote the ethical conduct of research and to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements relating to research involving human subjects, vertebrate animal subjects, rDNA, Synthetic Nucleic Acids, and export controlled research.
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Joint Center for Advanced Brain Imaging Center (CABI)
Dual Use Research of Concern (DURC) Institutional Review Entity (IRE)
The Georgia Tech Conflict of Interest Management Office (COI) was established in 2010 to help manage conflict of interest issues that may arise from institutional, faculty, and staff relationships with external organizations.
Two short turn-around grant programs, Georgia Research Alliance and NSF I-Corps provide Georgia Tech faculty and graduate students $50,000 – $500,000 of non-dilutive startup funding. VentureLab can help you understand these programs and assemble the needed team members to qualify for each grant.