Resources for Researchers
The Greenfield Research Center
The Greenfield Research Center (GRC) was established in 1982 within the Department of Family and Community Medicine to support clinical research, clinical trials, educational research, and community-based research. We also provide education in research methodology to faculty and students. Dr. Marianna LaNoue is the Director of the Greenfield Research Center. Along with other research support staff, Dr. LaNoue assists in the development of grant proposals, IRB submissions, data management and analysis, and preparation of manuscripts.
The GRC hosts resources for DFCM researchers (see below).
|Research in the Department||Jefferson Medical Home Academic Center|
|Primary Care Clinical Trials|
|Service Level Agreement: DFCM PRE-APPROVAL FORM-- Complete and submit this form to begin the grant submission process.|
|Student Research||Resources for Students|
|Resident Research||Resources for Residents|
|Grant Management||Research Administration Center of Excellence (RACE) provides research administration support across TJU (login required). The RACE Grants Administrator for DFCM is Hanna Hopfinger ((215)-503-5286).|
|Funding Resources||The Office of Vice President for Research
provides services to enhance the academic research environment at TJU. Its site includes funding opportunities and other resources.
|Michael Kane, PhD is the Research Administration Center of Excellence Scientific Writer who provides editorial services for federal grant applications for TJU faculty.|
|NIH Grants Overview|
|NIH Funding Cycles and Deadlines|
|Current and Ongoing Grant Opportunities:
· Relevant Private Funders & Grants-- compiled by DFCM staff
· Relevant Federal, State and Local Government Funders & Grants --
compiled by DFCM staff
· Jefferson Medical College Non Federal Funding Opportunities --
List compiled by SKMC Office of Research, updated monthly
· Pivot at Jefferson--Extensive private and public funding opportunities
database, updated weekly
· Jefferson's Dean's Transformational Science Award (DTSA) funds
"transformational science initiatives driven by JMC faculty."
Applications are due the second Monday of January and July;
awards range from $25,000-50,000.
|Research With Human Participants||Jefferson Office of Human Research, Division of Human Subjects Protection|
|NIH Regulations and Ethical Guidelines|
|Submit an IRB application through DFCM|
|Publications & Dissemination||Jennifer Wilson is Thomas Jefferson University's Medical Writer/Editor at the Center for Teaching and Learning. She can provide feedback on manuscripts through individual appointments or at twice-weekly Writing Cafes.
|Publishing Family Medicine Research--General publication resources|
|Family Medicine Journals -- List of relevant journals with description of each journal's focus and impact factor|
|Jefferson Digital Commons--The Commons is a showcase for Jefferson books and journals, peer-reviewed scholarly publications, unique historical collections from the University archives, and teaching tools.|
|Jefferson Poster, Presentation, and Report Templates|
|Designing your Research Poster: Tips and Best Practices|
|Using Images in Conference Posters and Presentations: Best Practices Visualization Methods: Ideas for representing ideas visually|