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Partners Research Management


The Partners Research Management internet was designed with the research community in mind, currently focusing on the administration of grants and contracts and features news and information about the Partners Research Management department.

 

MGH Research Intranet


http://mghresearch.partners.org/
MGH has the largest hospital-based research program in the United States. The MGH Research Intranet brings together many resources that can help investigators, including:
   » Grant funding information
   » Pre- and post-award forms and resources
   » Research policies and procedures
   » Links to many external resources

 

Research Navigator

http://navigator.partners.org/
The Research Navigator is a robust collection of content to guide you through the research administrative process. The Research Navigator covers answers to the following questions:
   » Preparing or submitting a proposal?
   » Managing an award?
   » Collaborating through subcontracts or contracts?
   » Accounting for a grant or contract?

Logging into Partners Research Navigator:
  1. Navigate to the public site at http://navigator.partners.org/ and click on Employee Login.
  2. On the Office 365 Login page, enter your primary email address (e.g. jdoe@mgh.harvard.edu).
    If you’re not sure what your primary email is, it can be found in Outlook properties preceded by ‘SMTP’ in capital letters. You can also find your primary email by logging into myprofile.partners.org
  3. You will then be directed to a Partners login page, and asked first for your user ID, followed by a page for your password.

 

Partners Human Research Committee


http://healthcare.partners.org/phsirb/
The Partners Human Research Committee (PHRC) is the Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Partners Research Management. The PHRC must approve all human-subject research conducted by a Partners-affiliated investigator. Human-subject research is a systematic investigation designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge where an investigator obtains data on individuals either through direct intervention/interaction or through the use of identifiable private information (medical records) or specimens.

 

 

 

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