Ongoing regular care of animals is expected with only minor changes to the frequency of some non-essential processes. Animal Resources has well-developed plans to respond to a variety of curtailment or reduced staffing scenarios, and will communicate directly with relevant PIs if campus circumstances change. Find more information on animal research in the following Guidance FAQs.
Enterprise & Innovation
Services continue remotely. For MTAs and NDAs, contact Cara Baird, email@example.com.
For all other matters contact Ellen Purpus, firstname.lastname@example.org, (484) 318-9509, or the team member with whom you have been working.
Environmental Health & Safety
Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) continues to operate per normal work schedule and will maintain functions essential for support of research laboratories, which are chemical receiving and delivery, hazardous waste management, and laboratory safety. Most EH&S staff will be working remotely and can be contacted using their University email. EH&S can be contacted 24/7 at (775) 327-5040. All incidents (e.g., chemical spills, personnel exposures) should be reported to EH&S by calling (775) 327-5040. Find more information on specific services and research programs in the following Guidance FAQs.
The Innevation Center reopened to members-only on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 8 a.m. for normal member operations. All members have access to the facility but with a number of health and safety precautions including: the required use of face coverings, required completion of the University’s COVID-19 training, occupancy limits in each room, and no training provided on Makerspace equipment. The Innevation Center plans on extending access to the public on Monday, June 22, 2020. This and additional information has been communicated directly to Innevation Center members.
Nevada Center for Applied Research
The Nevada Center for Applied Research (NCAR) is operating both remotely and with some on-site support to current and new businesses working on campus. NCAR has also partially resumed the grant-supported programs for connected and autonomous vehicles. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Nevada Industry Excellence
Nevada Industry Excellence is continuing to work remotely through the week of June 8, 2020 and will start having limited office hours starting the week of June 15. Employee hours will be staggered until the Innevation Center is fully re-opened. Contact Mark Anderson, director, at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up meeting appointments, or contact your project manager directly. NVIE is now visiting client’s operations while maintaining proper social distancing, wearing all necessary PPE, and adhering to client safety guidelines.
Proposal Capture Team
Contact Carrie Busha, email@example.com, and Kate Dunkelburger, firstname.lastname@example.org, for proof reading, proposal external review, and proposal consultation services.
Research Core Facilities
The Nevada Proteomics Center and the Nevada Genomics Center continue to operate. For proteomics lab work contact David Quilici at email@example.com and for genomics contact Paul Hartley at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Nevada Center for Bioinformatics will be operating remotely and all meetings or consultation with its scientists will be conducted via Zoom.
Data Management and Curation:
Activities related to data management and curation, administration of ScholarWorks repository application will be performed remotely. Contact Rohit Patil, email@example.com.
The office has resumed work on campus. Reach out to us through email. We will also be available through Microsoft Teams and Zoom.
Most Sponsored Projects personnel are working remotely and will continue to provide proposal review, submission and advisory services, invoicing and reporting, and award setup and negotiation services. Some staff will be in the office on a rotating basis, but please continue to contact the department via phone or email. Sponsored Projects will also continue to meet proposal, invoicing and reporting deadlines, and appreciates your patience and understanding. Find more grant-related information in the following Guidance FAQs.
The primary, suggested means of contact for any staff, faculty, or sponsors needing assistance through Sponsored Projects is a shared inbox, firstname.lastname@example.org. The main office line will continue to be supported during business hours throughout this period: (775) 784-4040.
Conflict of Interest:
Conflict of Interest will continue operations on a remote basis. Contact Michele Dondanville, email@example.com.
Activities of the Undergraduate Research office will be conducted remotely. Active awardees can continue research on their extension if it can be completed remotely. For any questions contact Tanya Kelley, firstname.lastname@example.org.