There are many resources for the research community, both at the faculty and institutional levels. These pages bring together a wealth of information to support you in your grant applications, research fund management, and dissemination projects.

Life cycle of research project management

The life cycle of research project management begins when your research project requires funding from a granting agency or any other funder, whether public or private, and a research application or contract must be submitted, negotiated or signed. It ends when your last invoice is paid and your account is closed. It is important to note that this interdependent process requires the participation of several key players within different departments at the University.

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Research management services

Policies and resources to manage research funds

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Research toolbox

Discover internal resources for uOttawa’s research community

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Policies, practices, and responsibilities

This section provides detailed information in regards to the various policies and regulations that play a role in the conduct of research.

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Financial management

This section describes the financial management of a research project. Once all the documentation is in place, funds can be released and research can start!

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Template, student salaries, postdoctoral fellow employees and travel costs.

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Eligible expenses

Learn what are authorized, legitimate and reasonable expenses.