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Queen's University



TheTRAQ Awards module for the research community replaces the Data Summary and Signature (DSS) find it here!

Awards files now available via TRAQ Researcher Portal

Biohazard Permit application process is now available online!


The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) invite the Canadian research community to an information session on their recently announced Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications. The session will be an opportunity for the research community to learn more about the policy and its impacts on agency-funded research publications.  Please click here to view this information.

Helping people achieve excellence in research and scholarship

University Research Services (URS) provides advice and administrative support services for Queen's University researchers, including:

-grant and contract development and application processes,
-contract negotiation and research legal services, and
-certifications to ensure compliance with ethics, animal care and biohazard safety policies.

As well, URS staff contribute to the development of research policies, and provide outreach and education to faculty members on related topics. Our approach is client-centred and service-oriented, and our work flow is tied tightly to deadlines for submissions, negotiations and reporting to external agencies.

The three academic hospitals affiliated with Queen's University are: Kingston General Hospital (KGH), Hotel Dieu Hospital (HDH) and Providence Care (PC).The Office of Health Sciences Research at KGH exists to support and assist investigators with their Hospital-Based Research

TO: All Researchers Conducting Research Involving Humans

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000