Texas A&M researchers who need forms associated with compliance in research with human subjects, animals, select agents, and recombinant DNA can find links to the forms they need in the "Compliance-Related" section. Forms involved in the research funding process are located in the "Research Funding" section, while staff members should see the "Staff/Administrative" section for forms they frequently use.
The online submission program, iRIS, is now live and ready for use:
- For instructions on how to log in, go to the iRIS Portal.
- If you need help the iRIS system, call the support line at 979.845.4969, during normal business hours.
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee documents.
|Other forms relating to conduct of research involving biohazards, recombinant DNA and select agents.
Online submission system: iRIS
Used by any person listed on an Animal Use Protocol or an Institutional Biosafety Committee permit (BL2 or BL3) OR anyone who has been identified, in a BOHP Exposure Assessment, as having a known or potential exposure to 1) human body fluids, human tissues or wastes; 2) animals, animal tissues or wastes; or 3) human disease-causing microorganisms.
|Financial Conflict of Interest Information|
|Online submission system: iRIS|
|Annual Report Codes||Used with Internal Review/Approval documents.|
|Executive Signature Review Form||To request approval signatures for proposals or letters of recommendation from the Chancellor, President, Provost, or other appropriate executive staff.|
|To be used in requesting funding from the Vice President for Research in order to advance or benefit research at Texas A&M University. These guidelines should not be used for requesting new faculty start up or for proposal matching.|
|To request a waiver of indirect cost for a project. It must be approved by the PI, department head, dean, and VPR.|
|To request a waiver of intellectual property rights for a project. Form must be approved by the PI, department head, dean, and VPR.|
|Completed by the PI and evaluated in Texas A&M Research Administration to determine if the transfer is allowed and where it should be processed.|
|To assist Texas A&M investigators in coordinating matching funds for a grant application when multiple departments, colleges, or other administrative units are participating.|
|PESCA No-Cost Extension Form||To request and justify a single 90-day extension of the granting period during which funds may be expended. Only one no-cost extension will be granted per project. The PESCA final report is due at the end of the extended period.|
|PESCA Final Reporting Form||To summarize the accomplishments realized due to the granting of PESCA funds. It is due no later than 30 days after either the conclusion of the standard 12-month granting period, or after a 90-day no-cost extension should one be granted.|
|Voluntary Committed Cost Sharing Request||
Cost contribution not required by the sponsor but voluntarily offered in the proposal as a condition of the award. When in its best interest, the university may commit to share in the cost of sponsored activities. Voluntary committed cost sharing requires the approval of the VPR.
|Comparative Medicine Program Forms||
Required by the Comparative Medicine Program (CMP) for investigators approved to conduct animal research by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (Texas A&M IACUC).
|Designed as a guide in the process of creating a research position or modifying a position (increases, reclassification, and promotions for research personnel) - with relevant forms and samples.|
|Visiting Scholars||Explains the difference between Visiting Scholars and Visiting Scientists and provides a link to the Texas A&M Rule governing this subject - with relevant form.|
|Division of Research Intranet||Contains forms, reference information and other materials for internal staff use.|