Animal Care works closely with the Rutgers Institutional Animal Care and Use Committees to provide the highest quality animal care and veterinary oversight of our research animals in support of a shared commitment to humane animal research.
The Core Services team supports, builds and coordinates university-wide specialized laboratories which offer state-of-the-art equipment, unique instrumentation and shared services managed by scientists with the technical expertise and experience to help other researchers at Rutgers and beyond.
Entrepreneurship Partnerships supports entrepreneurs across the Rutgers community by bringing visibility to their startups, making connections into the university and to the broader entrepreneurial ecosystem in New Jersey and beyond. The team is focused on expanding the Rutgers Entrepreneurs network - including alumni, students, faculty, investors, mentors, industry and community members - in order to help Rutgers Entrepreneurs find the resources and connections they need to build and grow their businesses.
The Finance and Administration team manages the overall business administration and ensures the fiscal responsibility of the Office for Research, supporting the financial and strategic objectives of the office and its respective units. The unit also includes Human Resources, Research Analytics & Systems, Research IT and Research Communications.
Innovation Ventures aims to partner with the Rutgers community to encourage deliberate innovation, protect and leverage Rutgers intellectual property, foster collaboration with industry, and enable entrepreneurship.
The Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) is the university’s centralized research computing and data science resource, providing Rutgers researchers with essential computing, networking, storage, and data-handling capabilities. Reporting to both Rutgers IT and the Office for Research, OARC also provides students with necessary exposure and training through centralized resources, services, and education.
James Barr von Oehsen
Associate Vice President, Office of Advanced Research Computing
The Research & Sponsored Programs team provides a range of services to faculty and staff seeking funding from public and private not-for-profit sponsors, navigating through the proposal review, submission and award setup process, issuing subawards, and providing educational programs for faculty and staff.
Executive Director, Research and Sponsored Programs
Research Contract Services supports the research community with expert contract management services to grow the University’s research enterprise and establish and strengthen strategic alliances with its sponsors. Our team reviews, drafts, negotiates, and executes research and sponsored program agreements, as well as material transfer agreements, data use agreements, and nondisclosure agreements on behalf of University researchers.
Research Financial Services performs central financial accounting for sponsored research, and provides post-award administration support services for the university’s sponsored programs and other restricted funds, including the coordination of effort certification processes.
Research Regulatory Affairs helps research faculty, administrators and staff comply with local, state and national laws and regulations, and promotes the responsible conduct of research and the integrity of the scientific record through education, training and certification.
Assistant Vice President, Research Regulatory Affairs
Research Communications aims to raise the visibility and profile of Rutgers research and bring its impact to life for key audiences through internal and external communications, media relations, digital channels, advertising and marketing. The team also partners with thousands of investigators across the university to shine light on their brilliant and innovative ideas across campus and beyond.
Assistant Director of Communications, Marketing and Public Relations
The Research Development team designs programming and training opportunities for researchers across the institution to identify funding for new research ideas, engage with new collaborators, and strengthen external proposal submissions.