Research Enterprise Solutions

Huron’s research enterprise and software solutions improve every aspect of research administration performance. We have built our expertise by working with more than 90 of the top 100 U.S. research universities, non-profit research institutions, academic medical centers nationwide, the nation’s top hospitals, and dozens of clients globally, bringing best practices and thought-leadership to the unique environment of research.

Our solutions and deep expertise enable clients to more effectively manage the business of research, optimize clinical research operations, improve financial management and cost reimbursement, improve service to faculty, and mitigate compliance risks.

Research Enterprise Solutions INSIGHTS
Report: Featured Article: From Stranger to Strategist: Building a Solid Partnership with an eRA Vendor to Propel Your Research
Huron’s Nathan Haines was recently quoted in NCURA Magazine’s article, “From Stranger to Strategist: Building a Solid Partnership with an eRA Vendor to Propel Your Research,” by Terri Hall. » MORE

Analysis: NIH Releases Draft Policy on the Use of a Single Institutional Review Board for Multi-Site Research
On December 3, 2014, NIH released draft policy stating that it expects all domestic sites of multi-site NIH-funded studies to use a single IRB of record. The purpose of this draft policy is to streamline the IRB review process and reduce inefficiencies and redundancies while maintaining, and possibly enhancing, protections for research participants.» MORE

Analysis: OMB Uniform Guidance: Impact on Subrecipient Monitoring and Management
Huron summarizes the major changes and analyzes the impact of the OMB Uniform Guidance. The focus of this update is the impact on subrecipient monitoring and management. » MORE

Proposed OMB Uniform Guidance
Proposed OMB Uniform Guidance: Cost Principles, Audit, and Administrative Requirements for Federal Awards.
This client communication provides an update on the proposal and an overview of the Uniform Guidance content and institutional implications. >>MORE