Research is fundamental to the University of California’s mission.  The David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM) at UCLA has a proud tradition of producing accomplished physician-scientists. Not only will you be given outstanding opportunities to contribute to scientific discovery, you will be exposed to our world-renowned faculty who's ever evolving innovations and groundbreaking research inform scientific and medical thought around the globe.  Below are resources shared by DGSOM to facilitate researcher needs:

Research Core

Core Technology Centers
Affordable and independent instrumentation and services suited to your research. See more >

Human Gene and Cell Therapy Facility (HGCTF)
Supports manufacturing of gene and cell therapy products for UCLA investigators as well as other academic and industry partners. See more >

Statistical Consulting
Advice and resources to enable you to develop and/or extend your statistical computing skills, helping you to independently use common statistical packages for the analysis of research data. See more >

Administrative Support

General Resources
See support resources including:

  • Policies and Procedures
  • Visa and Licensing Office
  • Office of Contract and Grant Administration (OCGA)
  • Extramural Fund Management (EFM)
  • Research Policy & Compliance.

These resources provide answers to your most pressing administrative needs, including information on policies and procedures, immigration assistance, contract guidance, financial reporting, and more. See more >

DGIT Research Enablement Team
Supports manufacturing of gene and cell therapy products for UCLA investigators as well as other academic and industry partners. See more >

CTSI Resources and Other Research Support

These support services, which touch on everything from study design to statistical analysis, bolster researcher endeavors at all levels, disciplines, and stages of completion.
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Research Safety

Helping researchers understand the regulatory and compliance requirements for research at UCLA and to promote open communication about and adoption of safe laboratory practices.
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