July 31 –Aug 6, Volume 8, Issue 31
Federal Regulations governing DEA registration provide an exemption from registrations fees ($390) for any individual practitioner who is required to obtain an individual registration in order to carry out his or her duties an as official of any state agency. The practitioners at the University of Florida qualify for this exemption.
When renewing your DEA registration using Form 224A online, question #7 asks for Certification for Fee Exemption. The form also asks for the name of the “Certifying Officer”. This would be your department chair.
Please note, that this is an exemption from paying registration fees. You are still required to register and to comply with any other requirements or duties prescribed by law.
The annual Bloodborne Pathogen Training is now available.
To complete training please log in to MyTraining at http://mytraining.hr.ufl.edu/
UF’s new indirect cost rates have been announced.
Effective 7/1/16 the new rate will be 52.5% on all grants, this is a 2.5% increase to the federally negotiated IDC rate.
Continuing projects will be subject to the rates in effect when the project was awarded.
Detailed information on the various rate changes available here:http://www.fa.ufl.edu/departments/cost-analysis/costing-guidelines-and-policies/indirect-cost-rates/
|Aug 1||Aug 2||Aug 3||Aug 4||Aug 5|
|12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Jaffee, Management of Dizziness, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Neurology Grand Rounds, Dr. Katharina Busl, “Defining Death – a Gray Area? Challenges with Determination of Brain Death”, MBI, LG-101, DeWeese Auditorium||12pm Noon Conference, Dr. Xia, Intro to EMG/NCS , MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Noon Conference – Motor pathway – Lesley Kaye, MD, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room||12pm Noon Conference, Sensory pathways – Amir Besharat, DO, MBI L3-101, Neurology Large Conference Room|
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