There are many campus-wide and department-specific resources available to assist researchers with data management needs. See the list below for links. If you would like to add a resource to this list, please contact email@example.com
The office supports and advances research, scholarship and creative activity on campus by providing resources and support to researchers and innovators at the UI.
The DSP provides a wide range of services for faculty, staff and students seeking external funding for research, training, service, and scholarly and creative endeavors by assisting with the search for external funding sources, reviewing and approving grant application, and monitoring and advising on issues of regulatory compliance.
ITS provides a wide range of technologies, computing services and resources for students, faculty and staff at the UI.
The group provides a collaborative environment for access and usage of Institutional data, a forum to share techniques and best practices, a networking platform between institutional data stewards and users.
The scholarly publishing system includes the process of creating and evaluating scholarly content, disseminating it to the scholarly community, and preserving it for future use.
The Unit offers statistical support to the College of Dentistry. Primary researchers in the Unit have full experience with analysis of biomedical data including both clinical and basic science research, as well as economic and large database analysis.
The GRSC provides support for grant and research projects, training projects and services projects in the College of Education.
The library supported by non-state funding from the Iowa Measurement Research Foundation, serves the College of Education by providing services and collection on educational and psychological measurement, testing, assessment and evaluation.
The ECS as part of Engineering Technology Center provides and manages an effective, secure, reliable and innovative computing environments for the College of Engineering.
The OGS is a new research administrative support service to assist Engineering faculty, staff, and students in identifying promising research funding opportunities and preparing effective, competitive, and winning proposals.
The ISRC as a resource for interdisciplinary social science research, provides support on grant development, data collection and management, and access services to the university community.
The Public Policy Center (PPC) is an interdisciplinary academic research center in the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) that investigates the most important issues affecting our daily lives. Our research is focused on Iowa and beyond. We also assist researchers across campus with their studies and serve to bring the resources and expertise of the University to policy makers and the public.
The ICTS as a leading medical research institution is endeavoring to transform medical research and discoveries into actual treatments, engaging communities in clinical research efforts, and training new clinical and translational researchers.
The Bioinformatics Division of the Iowa Institute of Human Genetics (IIHG) helps researchers across the university analyze, reduce, and focus large data sets to further their research. They provide the expertise and equipment to carry out analysis of complex data sets, including training researchers who want to do their own analyses and providing the software needed to do so.
The office provides the research data storage service to meet the researchers’ need for low cost storage.
ONRS helps investigators to develop programs of research, identify sources of funding and prepare grant applications and also supports post-award management and research implementation and dissemination by providing assistance with research administration, data management and analysis, manuscript preparation and editing, and conference poster creation.
The Biostatistics Consulting Center is a unit providing biostatistical consulting to the Carver College of Medicine (CCOM) and other health science researchers at the UI College of Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy and Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Associated with the Department of Biostatistics in the College of Public Health at the UI, CTSDMC has provided leadership in study design, data management, project management, and statistical analysis.