Data Management

JHU Grant Support Services

JHU Research Administration Offices

The University has a number of offices that support researchers in the grant proposal process. There are three divisional offices:

Commercial and Government Program Office (CGPO)

Whiting School of Engineering has a Commercial and Government Program Office that support faculty who are interested in pursuing large-scale grants and help researchers identify projects fall outside the scope of traditional sponsored research.

Manage and Organize Literature

Academic Liaisons of the Sheridan Libraries

The Academic Liaison librarians serve specific academic departments and programs by providing research support to faculty and students; instructing in the use of library resources; collecting library materials; and serving as liaisons between the libraries and their departments. You can find the librarian specific to your subject on their website.

 

Informationists of the Welch Medical Library

The embedded informationist service model comprises customized information services – delivered where you are, at your points of research, teaching and clinical care. They conduct expert searches for various types of information (literature, funding, data, etc) to support research proposals and grants, clinical practice decisions, education instruction and article publication (find your informationist). They also participate as guest instructors for formal and informal courses and act as on-site Informationists, providing input to discussions at departmental seminars, committees, case conferences and journal clubs (register a Welch class). They provide office hours in department space, collaborate on systematic review teams and offer information management instruction. Please see their main website for more information.

 

Reference and Citation Tools

This Sheridan Libraries’ LibGuide: Citing Resources suggests 12 citation management tools. Currently, RefWorks is free for all JHU users and librarians at the Sheridan Libraries provide support for JHU users. Zotero and Mendeley are another two popular citation management tools.