Research Resources: COVID-19 Pandemic
Resources for University of Minnesota research activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, updated when new information becomes available.
This guidance was updated on January 6, 2021. Latest updates are highlighted.
|Clinical Affairs/Medical School|
|Graduate Students||Guidance from UMN Graduate School: COVID-19 & Graduate Education FAQs|
|IACUC/RAR (Research with Animals)|
|IBC/OBAO (Research with biological agents)||
|IRB (Research with Human Participants)||IRB Guidance for Research Involving Human Participants:
|Laboratories and Other Research Facilities||
Resources for University research facilities operating during COVID-19 pandemic:
|Sponsored Projects: Federal Agency Guidance||
COGR members across the country—including UMN—are monitoring federal guidance and collecting FAQs and Resources on COVID-19 Impacts to Federal Awards.
You can view specific agency’s guidance on the COGR Institutional and Agency Responses to COVID-19 and Additional Resources website with these links (opens in a new tab/window):
|Sponsored Projects: UMN Guidance||Information about how COVID-19 Impacts sponsored research projects:
Instructions for Creating COVID-Related Charges in Peoplesoft:
|UMN Advocacy||UMN is part of national organizations advocating for our research community by seeking administrative flexibility from and additional resources for key research agencies.
|Undergraduate Research||COVID-19 Updates for Undergraduate Research|