To Whom Does this Apply?
Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, applies to:
- Faculty (9 month, 12 month, and part-time)
- EHRA staff members
- Research personnel involved in the design, conduct, or reporting of a funded research project, contract, sub-contract, or other agreement.
- Individuals responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of a Public Health Service (PHS) funded research project are also required to disclose sponsored travel and paid authorships.
Disclosures must include the Significant Financial Interests of family members (i.e., spouse and dependent children).
Subcontracts and Non-University Employees
Individuals responsible for the design, conduct, or reporting of a PHS funded research project may include non-university personnel, such as subcontractor employees, collaborators, or consultants. If the subrecipient’s home institution does not have a PHS compliant COI policy, then that subrecipient must agree to be subject to the UNC Greensboro COI policy.
Note: Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) grants are excluded from the PHS COI regulations. However, Phases II & III are not excluded from the PHS COI regulations.