Step by step guide to externally funded projects

Here you can find the routines for externally funded projects at UiO MED and OUS.  

Project phases

Each phase in the life cycle of an externally funded project must follow the routines at the host institution(s). Below is a stepwise guide to each phase. The Principal Investigator (PI) is responsible for the progress during the project life cycle.

Support service

If you can’t find the relevant support service in the stepwise guide above, contact the external funding support teams:
UiO MED: med-funding@medisin.uio.no
OUS: grants@ous-hf.no

Institution routines

In addition to the local routines found on these web pages, there is general information on the institution routines:
UiO: PI responsibility, externally funded projects (Norwegian)
OUS: External funding guidelines, OUS

What is an externally funded project?

Externally funded projects include all projects that are fully or partly funded by an external body, e.g. the EU or the Research Council of Norway. A project funded by the institution's basic funding is not an externally funded project.

In contract research (Norwegian) (OUS) and commissioned projects (UiO), the institution undertakes research on behalf of a commissioning party.  Special legal regulations apply.

 

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Published Jan. 24, 2017 10:06 AM - Last modified June 16, 2017 1:23 PM