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Office of Sponsored Research and Scholarly Activity

Welcome to the Office of Sponsored Research & Scholarly Activity (OSRSA).

Our mission is to encourage, assist and support all Life University constituencies in their research and scholarly endeavors; to assist in the identification, procurement, management and administration of funding for these activities; and to ensure compliance with Federal, University and private sponsor regulations, terms and conditions.

In order to fulfill this mission, the OSRSA delivers a broad range of services, including:

  • Provision of research laboratory space
  • Tailored research training programs
  • Research funding
  • Administration of the Life University human subjects protection program

Research Directions – Events Calendar

But it’s more than that. Excellence in research is at the core of Life University’s mission, and service through research allows our Life University community to contribute to the clinical, athletic, educational and basic science knowledge bases of the global community. We invite you to explore our website and discover for yourself all the exciting research opportunities and resources here at Life University.

Olivia Scriven, Ph.D.
Director of OSRSA

Conducting Research with Life University

There are many opportunities to conduct research with Life University. You can be a LIFE faculty member, a student in any of our programs, a staff member, a field practitioner or a researcher interested in collaborating with Life University. You are welcome to view our website and speak with the faculty researchers in your area of interest. Also, please take time to visit the campus and make an appointment to meet with the Office of Sponsored Research and Scholarly Activity (OSRSA). We can add you to our mailing list so you can receive our Research eNewsletter.