Vice Provost and Dean of Research
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Non-Medical IRB Manager, Vice Provost and Dean of Research - Research Compliance
Current Role at StanfordIn my role as Social and Behavioral IRB Manager, I coordinate the IRB review process for all Human Subjects Research that is conducted anywhere in the University outside of the School of Medicine. I serve as the liaison between researchers and the IRB, and I am the primary IRB contact for researchers planning to conduct Human Subjects Research at Stanford.
I also give regular presentations to various groups on campus about the role of the IRB and Human Subjects Research ethics more generally. Please contact me if you are interested in inviting me to give a presentation to your class or other group.
Casual Employee, Vice Provost and Dean of Research
BioSara Bible is responsible for research administration policy, and leads various research administration initiatives at Stanford. She also oversees research administration training and communications, and the compliance programs for conflicts of interest and export controls in the Office of the Vice Provost and Dean of Research. In addition, Sara is responsible for Dean of Research operations including finance, human resources, facilities, research administration and information technology for 18 interdisciplinary research institutes, four service centers and several compliance offices. In a previous role at Stanford, Sara was responsible for facilities & administration and fringe benefits rate development and negotiation, and university-wide oversite for service centers. Sara is a member of the Council on Governmental Relations Board of Directors and Chairs the Research and Regulatory Reform Committee. She also serves on the Federal Demonstration Partnership Executive Committee and is the University Chair for the Financial, Audit and Costing Policy Committee and co-Chair of the Administrative Costs Working Group.
Assistant Director, Office of Science Outreach
Current Role at StanfordAssistant Director, Office of Science Outreach
The Office of Science Outreach (OSO) encourages and assists Stanford faculty and graduate students to engage in science outreach -- organized activities targeted at our nation's youth, school teachers, and general public that will increase their interest, understanding, and involvement in math, science, and engineering. These activities can be part of a Principal Investigator's Broader Impacts initiatives. We help PIs create outreach project ideas and proposals, identifying potential partners for them (both within Stanford as well as K-14 schools, science museums, etc), and facilitating information and resource sharing among all of the University's science outreach programs. In addition, the OSO directs several programs in which Stanford faculty and their students can participate. These include:
- An 8-week summer research fellowship program for science teachers
- RISE, a 7-week summer internship program for high school students
- Events and programs for undergraduates from other colleges to learn about research in Stanford labs
- Visits to the Stanford campus by K-12 student groups
- Participation in the Bay Area Science Festival