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High quality animal care at an affordable cost to the faculty, consistent with the standards established by the “Guide for the Care & Use of Laboratory Animals” and all pertinent local, state, and federal laws.

Encompasses export controls; conflict of interest; guidance-foreign influence in research; principal investigator-eligibility on sponsored agreements, proposals, and projects; responsible conduct of research; and visiting scholars.

$86 million, 102,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art, nationally distinct facility and core laboratory serving as a System-wide resource to combat emerging disease threats.

A mechanism for attracting world-class talent to the University, driven by nominations of researchers that align with existing strengths and ambitions of the University.

Provides computing resources for cutting-edge collaborative and transformative research; promotes emerging computing technology to researchers and assists them in using it for research and discovery.

Core user facility that provides current and emerging technologies for teaching and research involving microscopy and imaging in life and physical sciences.

Responsible for the comprehensive oversight of research administration at Texas A&M, Texas A&M Health, Texas A&M-Galveston, and Texas A&M-Qatar.

Supports the Division and its units by promoting and enhancing the public image, identity, and reputation of the Texas A&M research enterprise, which includes Texas A&M and its branch campuses, as well as agencies and initiatives of The Texas A&M University System.

Information and guidance in areas such as biosafety, animal use and care, human research protection, biosafety occupational health, and research misconduct.

Proposal development and consulting services, proposal resources and templates, proposal development training opportunities, and supports and administers internal and international grant programs.

Research administration services to Texas A&M System members headquartered in Brazos County, as well as the Galveston and Qatar campuses. SRS also supports pre-award and/or post-award services for some of the System’s regional campuses.