Message from the Vice President:
Scientific research and other scholarly endeavors are the intellectual foundation of all great universities. The Office of the Vice President for Research and Biotechnology encourages, promotes and nurtures the scholarly creativity of our faculty and students by helping to:
- Help New faculty researchers begin their research (must be on our campus intranet)
- Identify research opportunities
- Secure support, possibly through intramural research awards or identifiying current research performed on campus
- Research regulatory affairs
- Translate discoveries into new products, methods and services
I hope that, at the Office of the Vice President for Research & Biotechnology, we can be of personal assistance to you as you seek research opportunities and collaborations. Although I might at times find myself scheduled to numerous meetings outside of my control, please know that my door is almost always open. I welcome your visit to my office in The University Research Center (URC). Susan Dominguez and I are in the first office on the left.
About research in the colleges
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WesternU Ventures/ Tech Transfer
- The transfer of intellectual property and business ventures at WesternUis an office that is in development and coming soon.
Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research
- learn about the conflicts of interest in research policy
The Office of the Vice President:
- Supervises the effective administration of sponsored programs
- Serves as the University’s advocate and spokesperson on research issues
- Facilitates strong programs for interdisciplinary research
- Oversees research compliance including appropriate standards for the protection of human and animal subjects
- Sponsors cooperative initiatives to enhance technology utilization
- Coordinates the transfer of University-developed technologies to commercialization, thereby providing benefits to researchers, the University and the community
- Communicates research accomplishments to the University and the community in collaboration with the office of public relations
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All of the research done at Western University of Health Sciences falls within five clusters…
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
“Nucleic Acid Replication in Viruses” presented by Ghalib Alkhatib, PhD. Alkhatib is with the Drug Discovery Division of the Southern Research Institute in Birmingham, Alabama.
Alkhatib, who is a faculty candidate, will be presenting via Eastmoreland, COMP Northwest. The seminar will be simulcast to Classroom A, HEC, in Pomona.
Time: 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Local deadline for Western Student Medical Research Forum (WSMRF) – Wed. Sept. 16 at 11:59 p.m. is the deadline to turn in an abstract for consideration (locally) for the meeting in January. Many students present research at the WSMRF meeting each year in Carmel, Ca. Check out the information about submitting your research to the committee. For more information, contact Bronwyn Weis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Need help getting around? Access the 3D map on your smartphone. Select campus map and the building you seek. Assistance to individuals may be available from The Accommodations and Resource Center (AARC).
Two visitor parking lots are listed on the map. If you are lost or need help with a visitor’s parking permit first call security at :+1 (909) 706-3000, who issues permits, or you may also contact our office at (909) 469-5619 for assistance.
We feature members of faculty on our Spotlight on Research, but exploring the individual colleges’ websites will reveal much more research than we can contain in these pages.
Site updated 8/26/2015