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  • Animal Care and Use Committee - Animal Care Services (IACUC) facilitates the use of animals in research and teaching at Texas Tech University while assuring compliance with all applicable regulations.
  • Cancer Research Community Database - A convenient way to find researchers involved in various fields of cancer research.
  • Centers & Institutes - Texas Tech houses more than 50 recognized centers and institutes dedicated to enhancing research.
  • Core Facilities - A number of core facilities and other resources are available across the TTU and TTUHSC campuses to assist faculty members in their research.
  • Councils & Compliance Committees - The following is a list of councils and compliance committees overseen by the Office of the Vice President for Research.
  • Data Management - Provided by the TTU Libraries, includes resources for data management as well as updates on new requirements for NSF grants. Part of the web site for scholarly communications.
  • Environmental Health & Safety - The Institutional Biosafety & Hazardous Materials Committee assists biological and chemical research and compliance with applicable regulations.
  • Experts Guide - Search the TTU Experts Guide by name or keyword to find experts in a specific area of study.
  • Faculty Proposal Development Program (FPDP) - The Faculty Proposal Development Program (FPDP) is a nine-month program for faculty interested in writing successful grant proposals.
  • Financial Disclosure - Information and forms regarding discosure of any significant financial interests that may represent an actual or potential conflict of interest in relationship to externally sponsored projects.
  • Funding Resources - Find internal and external funding opportunities, including limited submissions and funding announcements.
  • Guide to Research - This document is a detailed guide through the research process from beginning to end.
  • TTU Health Sciences Center Research - Provides resources and information about research at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
  • TTU Health Sciences Center Faculty by Research Area - Provides research area-specific information for individuals at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
  • HRPP/IRB - The Institutional Review Board (IRB) protects the rights and welfare of human subjects who participate in research involving Texas Tech University personnel, resources and/or facilities by reviewing human research carried out at the university.
  • Obesity Research Cluster - A collaborative initiative between TTU and TTUHSC to develop interdisciplinary basic clinical and community translational research to prevent and treat Obesity along with its related complications.
  • Office of Research Services (ORS) - The Office of Research Services assists university faculty and staff in the development and submission of research proposals and in the management of sponsored projects.
  • Research in the Colleges - Find links to research areas in the various colleges at TTU.
  • Research Integrity & RCR - Find information on TTU policies and responsible conduct of research as well as other helpful resources regarding research integrity.
  • Sponsored Programs Accounting and Reporting (SPAR) - SPAR supports the teaching, learning, research and public service missions of TTU by providing financial administration, compliance, and other support services for sponsored project funds.
  • TTU Transdisciplinary Research Academy (TTUTRA) - A group designed to bring people with diverse interests together to explore questions that have a global impact and intersect with the strategic research themes established by the university.
  • Undergraduate Research - Looking for undergraduate research resources? Texas Tech offers several programs that can help students find the best opportunities to pursue their aspirations of becoming an undergraduate researcher.