This website provides a means for the University of Toledo to comply with federal regulations regarding the disclosure of potential conflicts of interest by its researchers.
A conflict of interest occurs when a personal, professional or financial relationship compromises a researcher's objectivity, judgment, integrity or ability to perform research-related or institutional responsibilities.
Only those who are responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of research supported or proposed for support by any sponsor via a grant or Sponsored Program agreement are required to file a financial disclosure.
For detailed instructions on working through this web site please consult the Conflict of Interest Tutorial.
Researchers affiliated with a Public Health Service-sponsored proposal (e.g. NIH, AHRQ, HRSA) are required to undertake training in financial conflict of interest at the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative site: CITI Training for Financial Conflict of Interest. Training must be re-taken every four years for these researchers. However, the University of Toledo strongly recommends that all researchers undertake training as a proactive and anticipatory measure. To access the CITI training click on the link above, log in and fill out the registration. At your Main Menu page, click on the “Add a course or update learner group” link to access the training.
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