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Due to ongoing system problems, the Human Ethics module will continue to be unavailable while the team investigates and resolves the issues.
Because we value your time, we are taking immediate action to ensure the Research Ethics process can continue as seamlessly as possible. Rather than having you wait for system issues to be resolved, we have reinstated the manual process using Word forms for protocol submissions and management.
The necessary documents are now available on the Human Ethics website.
If you currently have a submission under review, you need take no action – your submission will be reviewed as usual, and you will be contacted by the Ethics Office.
We ask for your patience as we work to support you during this period.
Please note that ResearchLink Ethics training is on hold while the system is unavailable.

ResearchLink News

The University of Guelph's research e-system
Formerly known as RAIMS (research administration and information management system)

 

A contract has been signed between the University of Guelph and InfoEd Global to implement a proven, innovative and technically advanced research administration and information management system  to be known as ResearchLink.  ResearchLink will change research administration across the university by automating and integrating business processes.

The system will be implemented in phases and will include the following elements;

  • Human Ethics
  • Grants and Contracts
  • Animal Ethics
  • Biosafety and Radiation Safety
  • Reporting

The Government of Canada's Research Support Fund has made the implementation of this research administration and information management system possible.

About ResearchLink

Learn what ResearchLink is and how it benefits the research enterprise here at the University of Guelph.

Project Information

How we are going about the implementation of ResearchLink and who is involved.

Training

Want to learn how to use ResearchLink? Look no further.

ResearchLink Contacts

Need to contact somebody about ResearchLink?  Here's how you can do that.