About the Research Office

Paul Creative Arts Center

A center for the creation, study, and enjoyment of the arts that houses a 688-seat proscenium theater, a flexible-seating black box theater, a recital room, and a 4,500 square foot art museum

Health, Behavioral & Social Sciences

Research in the areas of health, behavioral, and social sciences at UNH focuses on exploring the human condition - physical, psychological, and social - as individuals, as families, and as communities.

Health research helps people live full, healthy lives. Discovering the cellular basis for diseases, defining and promoting active, healthy lifestyles, developing assistive technology, and delivering innovative therapeutic services are all parts of the equation.

Introducing the UNH Scientific Instrumentation Inventory (SII)

Introducing the UNH Scientific Instrumentation Inventory (SII).  SII is a new tool to manage and search the extensive collection of instruments at UNH.  It was developed by Research Computing and Instrumentation to provide a complete and accurate inventory of UNH’s scientific equipment and instruments for many purposes, including:

Scientific Instrumentation Inventory (SII)

The UNH Scientific Instrumentation Inventory (SII) is a new tool to manage and search the extensive collection of instruments at UNH.

It has been developed by Research Computing and Instrumentation staff to provide a complete and accurate inventory of UNH’s scientific equipment and instruments for many purposes, including:

Effort Certification Reminder

To:  Principal Investigators and Project Directors, UNH Sponsored Programs Community

This is a reminder that all effort reports for FY12 activity must be reviewed, certified, and received in Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA) by September 30. Please return the completed certifications to your effort certification coordinator/BSC contact, clearly indicating any needed revisions. 

NH Charitable Foundation Announces Changes to its Competitive Grant Programs

Dear UNH Research Community, 

Research Involving Humans, Vertebrate Animals, & Biological Materials

Humans

What’s essential

Federal regulation (Common Rule 45 CFR 46) and UNH policy require that all UNH research activities proposing to involve human subjects must be reviewed and receive written, unconditional approval from the UNH Institutional Review Board (IRB) for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research before commencing.  This applies to all research

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