The goal of Research Administration at Cedars-Sinai is to support faculty as they transform medicine through research. We help create the ideal environment for exploring hypotheses, advancing medical science, and ultimately delivering the right treatment to patients at the right time, wherever they may be.
Cedars-Sinai is ranked 10th among non-university hospitals that receive NIH funding.
DOLLARS IN FEDERAL AWARDS
EXTERNALLY FUNDED PROJECTS
Statistics are as of June, 2018
Message from the Associate Dean of Research
The Research Administration team works with research faculty, vice deans, department chairs, and directors to coordinate and plan new research initiatives and provide research core facilities, space, and support systems. We develop and submit grant proposals and manage the entire grant lifecycle. The team also manages contracts, oversees the Cedars-Sinai research funding portfolio, and helps disseminate project results and ensures that important work is published.
- Nicole Leonard, JD, MBA
Vice President and Associate Dean, Research
The Office of Research Compliance & Quality Improvement is the designated administrator of the Human Research Protection Program, which is the institution-wide program responsible for protecting the rights and welfare of human subjects involved in studies conducted at Cedars-Sinai.
The Office of Research Administration helps physician-scientists through the sponsored research and funds administration lifecycle, from developing proposals to managing post-award activities.
Facilitating effective, transparent and principled working relationships between all entities that provide goods or services to the institution to ensure potential conflict of interests are identified.
There are more than 500 full-time faculty members at Cedars-Sinai. The medical staff comprises more than 2,600 specialty board-certified or board-qualified physicians and represents every medical specialty and subspecialty.