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Faculty and Staff Research Services and Resources

Direct any questions related to research services and resources to the Office of Research and Grants.

Bioinformatics Consultation

The Office of Research and Grants offers bioinformatics support services for faculty, staff and students of the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Analyses offered include but are not limited to RNAseq analysis and microbiome analysis, as well as management of large datasets. For assistance, contact Jonathan Young, PhD

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Watermark Faculty Success (formerly Digital Measures)

Ohio University requires the use of Faculty Success as a mechanism to capture research and scholarly activities of faculty and staff in a central, accessible location. The Heritage College Office of Research and Grants uses this information for many required reports. As such, the Office of Research and Grants assists faculty and staff with this requirement by offering to enter CV data into Faculty Success on their behalf. 

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ORCiD Profile 

ORCiD provides a persistent digital identifier that you own and control and distinguishes you from every other researcher. You can connect your iD with your professional information – affiliations, grants, publications, peer review and more. You can use your iD to share your information with other systems, ensuring you get recognition for all your contributions, saving you time and hassle and reducing the risk of errors. OHIO University Libraries has created a short educational video on ORCiD profiles. The Office of Research and Grants strongly encourages all faculty and staff to register for ORCiD and use your iD whenever possible. 

Register for ORCiD

Heritage College Office of Faculty Learning and Advancement Medical Education Research

Staff members within the Office of Faculty Learning and Advancement lead and support innovative medical education research initiatives, projects, and grants related to teaching effectiveness and student outcomes. They also provide and support resources and inclusive programs to assist faculty members in gaining, honing, or refining medical education research skills so all faculty members who want to engage in medical education research will feel confident to do so as educator-researchers.

Medical Education Research

ARRIVE Guidelines 2.0

The ARRIVE guidelines checklist (Animal Research: Reporting of In Vivo Experiments) details information to include in publications which describe animal research to ensure thorough and transparent reporting. 

ARRIVE Guidelines


Faculty are also encouraged to consider using SciENcv, a researcher profile system for all individuals who apply for, receive or are associated with research investments from federal agencies. This system allows easy formatting outputs for CV/Biosketches for different organizations such as NIH, NSF, etc.  

SciENcv Information

Helpful Information from Nature

The journal Nature provides information and resources for researchers at all levels of their career.

Careers Toolkit

Business of Science

Share Research Successes with the Office of Research and Grants  

We are always excited to share in the research successes of our faculty and staff. Please share your achievements with us for consideration for inclusion in our monthly newsletter. 

Share Successes