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The Research and Graduate Studies Office provides the following services to all NOSM University faculty, staff, students, and residents involved in research endeavours:

  • Grant application review and budget development support
  • Guidance on Research Ethics Board and Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2)
  • Support with informed consent and conflict of interest
  • Research consultations
  • Hiring of additional personnel on grants
  • Financial stewardship of awarded grants

The Research and Graduate Studies Office is committed to ensuring that all researchers have access to the guidance they need to be successful.

Please contact us at with any questions, and we would be happy to serve you.

Need assistance with Research Data Analysis?

The Research and Graduate Studies Office at NOSM U has resources available to assist you with data collection and analysis for research. For general questions, or to book an appointment with a research coordinator, email us at

Research Courses (N2)

The Research Office is pleased to be part of the Network of Networks (N2), a not-for-profit incorporated organization and an alliance of Canadian research networks and organizations working to enhance national clinical research capability and capacity. NOSM University researchers (PIs, Faculty, HQP, and staff) are encouraged to sign-up and explore a variety of free courses, offered via CITI Program, to enhance their research endeavours:

  • Canada Good Clinical Practice
  • Health Canada Division 5
  • Responsible Conduct of Research
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods TDG IATA

Review the N2_CITI Course Offerings Guidance Document for additional information. Please contact for questions or additional information.

Research Support Available from the Health Sciences Library

The Health Sciences Library offers an array of services in support of research, including literature and systematic review search services, guidance/instruction on citation management tools, and individualized research consultations.  To learn more about the research support services available through the Health Science Library send an email to You can also visit the Health Sciences Library website for more information.