Technology (UNCST). Objective The objective of this paper is to demonstrate the feasi-bility of research compliance monitoring by research ethics committees and evaluate the effectiveness of the monitoring tool in a resource limited setting. Methods We undertook a retrospective review of research site monitoring reports covering a period of.
The National Science, Technology and Innovation Program (NSTIP) is a competitive research funding initiative supported by the Government of Uganda through the Uganda National Council for Science.
Research and development of genetically engineered (GE) crops in Uganda was initiated in 2003 with the launch of a national agricultural biotechnology center at Kawanda in central Uganda.
Other senior officials at the event included Dr. Roger Glass the Director of Fogarty International Centre of the NIH and Dr. Julius Ecuru, the Head of Research and Technology Management at UNCST.
UNCST Julius Ecuru Assistant Executive Secretary. Key note paper at the C-RISE Conference, 14 Oct 2011 in Kampala. Outline Introduce the topic Integrating science, technology and innovation into national development is a challenge BIOEARN, Bio-Innovate, MSI as examples. but focused primarily on research on.
In this paper we discuss a model for research site monitoring that may be cost effective and feasible in low resource settings. The model is one used in compliance monitoring by the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology for approved research projects.. In Uganda based on records available at the UNCST, about 50 research projects.
Researchers are required to produce research clearance papers from the UNCST; the staff will not accept the small red identification book as proof of clearance. In one case a staff member required that the letter from the UNCST be addressed specifically to the National Archives, but the Archivist was more flexible. After the formalities.
Meanwhile, Hellen Naluyima Opolot the assistant executive secretary at the Uganda National Council for Science and Technology (UNCST) says, most of the important research that is carried out in.