PHS Agencies

Public Health Services Agencies that follow the Heath and Human Services Regulations on Conflicts of Interest:

1. Office of Global Affairs (OG)

2. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH)

3. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR)

4. Agency for Health Care Research & Quality (AHRQ)

5. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)

6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

7. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

8. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)

9. Indian Health Service (IHS)

10. National Institutes of Health (NIH)

11. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

Training

Online research compliance training is available through the CITI Program; contact the Office of Resource Administration or HR to request access to the training courses:
 

COI

  • Financial Conflicts of Interest: Overview, Investigator Responsibilities, and COI Rules (COI-Basic) (ID: 15070)
  • Institutional Responsibilities as They Affect Investigators (COI-Basic) (ID: 15072)

Export Compliance

  • Introduction to Export Compliance (ID: 16800)
  • Export Compliance for Researchers: Part I (ID: 16801)
  • Export Compliance for Researchers: Part II (ID: 16802)
  • Export Compliance and Collaborations (ID: 16810)

Research Involving Human Subjects

  • Basic Institutional Review Board (IRB) Regulations and Review Process (ID: 2)
  • Records-Based Research (ID: 5)
  • FDA-Regulated Research (ID: 12)
  • Research and HIPAA Privacy Protections (ID: 14)
  • Conflicts of Interest in Research Involving Human Subjects (ID: 488)
  • Defining Research with Human Subjects - SBE (ID: 491)
  • History and Ethics of Human Subjects Research (ID: 498)
  • The Federal Regulations - SBE (ID: 502)
  • Internet-Based Research - SBE (ID: 510)
  • International Studies (ID: 971)
  • Belmont Report and CITI Course Introduction (ID: 1127)
  • Unanticipated Problems and Reporting Requirements in Social and Behavioral Research (ID: 14928)

Information Privacy and Security

  • Basics of Information Security, Part 1 (ID: 1423)
  • Basics of Information Security, Part 2 (ID: 1424)
  • Protecting Your Portable Devices (ID: 1427)
  • Safer Emailing and Messaging: Part 1 (ID: 1429)
  • Security for Work/Workers Off-Site (ID: 1433)
  • Safer Emailing and Messaging: Part 2 (ID: 1430)

Responsible Conduct of Research

  • Introduction to RCR (RCR-Basic)- New (ID: 17009)
  • Research Misconduct (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16604)
  • Peer Review (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16603)
  • Mentoring (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16602)
  • Data Management (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16600)
  • Conflicts of Interest (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16599)
  • Collaborative Research (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16598)
  • Authorship (RCR-Basic) (ID: 16597)
  • Plagiarism (RCR-Basic) (ID: 15156)
  • Research Involving Human Subjects (RCR-Basic) (ID: 13566)
  • Using Animal Subjects in Research (RCR-Basic) (ID: 13301)

Internal Information

 

HR

Employee Manual

Employee Benefits

Shared Costs for Premiums

Medical Coverage

Unum Voluntary Supplemental (medical) Insurance for Accident and Critical Illnesses

You must carry health insurance to carry Supplemental medical insurance but it does not have to be our group coverage. Availalbe only at Open Enrollment in January for February 1 effective date.

Dental Coverage

Life Insurance

Short-Term Disability Coverage

Retirement Plan

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Eligible Full-time employees with an appointment of more than 1 year can contribute PRE-TAX to a Dependent Care Account and/or a Medical Flexible Spending Account. Regardless of your contribution, NMC will contribute $500 per family (to either or both FSAs) if you enroll. You can decline the benefit if you would not have any eligible expenses or have already contributed your limit to another FSA in the same year. If you already contribute to an HSA you can contribute to a Limited Medical FSA.  This employer contribution does not reduce your contribution limits for the Medical FSA ($2650 per family per year, but the limit for the balance of 2018 is $1325.) It does reduce the limit on the Dependent Care FSA from $5,000 to $4,500.
The FSA (Flexible Spending Account) includes Medical expenses and Dependent Care expenses, if you enrolled. If you have an HSA (Health Saving Account) through another employer, you must use only the Limited FSA, which includes reimbursement for Dental and Vision expenses only, not Medical, and the Dependent Care if you enrolled.

Employee Assistance Program

YMCA Gym Membership

Full YMCA Gym and YMCA Express privileges in Los Alamos and participating YMCA Gyms nationwide; $10 off monthly membership dues. NOTE this is not a payroll deduction, your monthly fee is set up as a direct payment from your checking account.
 
If you have any questions, would like more specific information about employee benefits, or would like to schedule an appointment to discuss your benefits in greater detail, please contact our Human Resources Manager, Lynn Strauss, at lstrauss@newmexicoconsortium.org or 505-412-4198.

 

 
 

 

Biolab Equipment Calendars

 

Photo Bioreactors

 

Gene gun

 

Microscope

 

Cell Sorter

 

Flow Cytometer

 

Growth Chambers

 

Internal Information (2)

 

HR

Employee Manual

Employee Benefits

Shared Costs for Premiums

Medical Coverage

Dental Coverage

Life Insurance

Short-Term Disability Coverage

Retirement Plan

Employee Assistance Program

If you have any questions, would like more specific information about employee benefits, or would like to schedule an appointment to discuss your benefits in greater detail, please contact our Human Resources Manager, Lynn Strauss, at lstrauss@newmexicoconsortium.org or 505-412-4198.

 

 
 

 

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