Research design is an iterative process that continues to evolve as you work on your literature review. Identify resources that you have for each step of the process in refining your research design. Write down actions you will take to produce scholarly output.
Resources are available from the Office of the Vice President for Research to provide faculty with information on GW research opportunities and training, applying to research funding opportunities, or managing extramural grants.
(Health Sciences Master's & Certificate Programs)
The Clinical and Translational Research programs calls upon researchers to develop their work with broader, more holistic worldviews. This training equips professionals with enhanced research and leadership skills, preparing them to work collaboratively with researchers, patients, and leaders in health care.
The Office of Human Research (OHR) is the administrative support office for The George Washington University Institutional Review Boards (IRBs). The IRB is responsible for the review of all research activities that involve human subjects in accordance with federal regulations. The OHR assists the IRB with reviewing research projects that involve human subjects to ensure that two broad standards are upheld: first, that subjects are not placed at undue risk; second, that they give uncoerced, informed consent to their participation.