Clinical Research and Clinical Trials

Fund 214 Set-up

The myUFL fund 214 is used for non-federal clinical research projects that do NOT have any of the following:

  • Committed effort
  • Cost-reimbursable sponsor invoicing
  • Budget restrictions
  • Sponsor financial reporting.
Fund 214 is for non-federal clinical research studies that do not have 1) committed effort, 2) cost reimbursable sponsor invoicing, nor 3) budget restrictions or reporting.

The Office of Clinical Research (OCR) Financials team is responsible for creating the 214 projects and also depositing 214 accounts receivables. For fund 214 questions, please contact:

OnCore Set-up

All Human Subjects Research projects (including clinical research studies and clinical trials, regardless of sponsor) must be set up in OnCore, the UF clinical research management system, before the study starts enrolling subjects. This is done through the Office of Clinical Research (OCR). For more information, see OCR Submissions and the OnCore Support website.

Epic Set-up

Any Human Subjects Research project that involves UF Health patient-based services must be set up in Epic, the UF Health EMR (Electronic Medical Record) and billing system. This is done through the Office of Clinical Research (OCR). For more information, see OCR Submissions and Clinical Research Billing Compliance.

IDE Device Study Set-up

For any Human Subjects Research project that involves an FDA Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) and services that will be billed to patients or their insurance, Medicare pre-approval must be obtained and claims information set up prior to enrolling subjects. This is done through the UF Health Research Billing Office (RBO). For more information, see the Clinical Research Support Dashboard (gator login required).

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