Please contact your Research Services Coordinator (RSC) in order to process an outgoing subcontract request. The RSC will assist you in collecting the necessary information.
for Administrative Staff
RMS staff will assist you throughout the proposal submission process. Please contact your RSC in order to obtain information on preparing and submitting a proposal through RMS.
See 'Find my OSR staff' and enter your department(s) to find out which RSC and other OSR staff are assigned to you.
RMS staff will assist you throughout the proposal submission process for all federal and nonprofit grants. Government and Business Contracts (GBC) will guide you through proposal submission for contracts with federal, state, municipal or foreign governments.
For a detailed breakdown of which unit to contact for the type of proposal you are submitting, please see the Responsibility Matrix.
Please contact your OSR staff in order to obtain information on preparing and submitting a proposal through OSR.
The OSR staff member who assisted with your proposal submission will be able to answer questions about an award that is currently in-process. For information on a proposal that was submitted but not yet funded, please check with your RSC.
For proposals submitted through Innovation, Technology & Alliances (ITA), please contact your ITA professional.
Your RSC will gladly guide you through the process and answer questions about the steps necessary to make an administrative modification, and faculty or project staff will use iMedRIS or RIO to file or make changes.
For information and contacts for business contracts, visit the Business Contracts page.
The Office of Innovation, Technology & Alliances (ITA) works with investigators and industry sponsors to negotiate the contracts and budgets for all clinical research studies funded by a private, for-profit entity. To set up an industry-funded clinical trial, visit ITA.
For clinical trials funded by nonprofit or governmental entities, please contact your RSC.
According to the new Uniform Guidance [§ 200.463 (d) “Recruiting Costs”] you may charge visa application fees to your grant provided the postdoc/researcher is critical and necessary for the conduct of the project.
UCSF Funding statistics and information can be found on our Facts & Figures page.