Office of Research and Grant Support
The Office of Research and Grant Support (ORGS) facilitates the design, implementation and dissemination of faculty research in the School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences. ORGS also provides assistance to Nursing and Health Sciences faculty working on curriculum development, career/fellowship, workforce development/training and equipment/resource grants. ORGS encourages the appointment of student researchers to work with faculty.
ORGS serves as a “catalyst for discovery” by providing:
- Grant writing and budgeting assistance, including mock reviews
- Specialized computers and software
- Statistical consultation
- Concept paper (letter of intent) development and review
- Research design and measurement consultation
- Program planning and evaluation consultation
- Assistance with finding appropriate funding mechanisms, including enrollment in alert systems for funding opportunities
- Preparing applications for electronic submission
- IRB pre-review
- Consultation on implementation and quality control
- Assistance with project management and operations, including field site operations
- Progress report preparation assistance
- Publication and dissemination assistance
- Career assessment and planning
- Personal abstract alert system of recent findings in your area(s) of interest
ORGS also provides financial support to faculty through a set of award mechanisms.
Research Day May 8, 2013
HBSON Partnership with the CTSC
This past Spring Semester, the ORGS/CNR was able to support Nursing Professor Lorie S. Goshin, PhD, MSN, RN, as she participated in "Clinical Trials, Design & Analysis"--a course offered by the Clinical & Translational Science Center (CTSC) at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Grand Opening of the New
ORGS/CNR Conference Room!
Dean McCain and Prof. Roye (above) along with Hunter faculty and staff celebrated the completion of the new ORGS/CNR conference room with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 5th, 2012. The renovated space in room W405 now houses a host of multimedia tools including a flat screen HDTV, a computer, a DVD/VHS system, and multiple web conferencing platforms.
6th Annual Research Day Conference 2012 - Summary and Wrap-up
CNR/ORGS will host the 6th annual SHP-SON-SHS Brookdale Campus Research Day on May 2, 2012. CHMP's Daliah Heller, PhD, MPH will give a presentation on "Health care provider perspectives on caring for patients with substance use" in the cafeteria at 5pm.
6th Annual Research Day Photos
The Center for Nursing Research (CNR) and ORGS has merged following the move of the School of Public Health to the new uptown campus. The CNR/ORGS will continue providing research support and resources to the Health Professions and all programs currently housed at the Brookdale Campus.
November 2011 Grant Update:
The ORGS would like to congratulate the following faculty on funded grants:
KENYA BEARD, How Nursing Faculty view their Role in Educating Minority Nursing Students & Practices they Use.
DAVID KEEPNEWS, Development & Impact of Immigrant Nursing Organizations.
VIDETTE TODARO-FRANCESCHI, Enhancing Perceptions of Preparedness and Ability to Care for the Dying & Transforming Professional Quality of Life.
PAMELA MAHON, Becoming Excellent Students in Nursing (BESt).
GAIL McCAIN, Clinical & Translational Science Center.
KATHLEEN NOKES, Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship Program.
JOYCE GRIFFIN-SOBEL, New York City Education Consortium in Technology.
Research Conference 2011
ORGS will host the 5th annual SHP-SON-SHS Brookdale Campus Research Day on May 11, 2011.
New software has been installed in the ORGS. Camtasia Studio 7 is now available on computer #6.
New Software Installations
The newest version of the screen capture software Snagit 10, has been installed on computer #6.
New Statistical Consultant for Fall 2009, Spring 2010
Dr. Makram Talih will be available Thursdays from 12:30-2:30pm in the ORGS PC Lab on the Mezzanine Level.
Dr. Talih can be reached at his new number, 212-481-4433, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.