The CMCR's Administrative Unit (AU) provides centralized services that support the Center Director, project leaders, core directors and members in carrying out the Center's overall research mission. Services include: * Grants management and fiscal reporting * Managing meetings, events, and seminars *IACUC approval *Comprehensive reporting on the research activities of the Center's members and shared resource facilities * Data support services *Provide a central Interface between the Center and the various participating institutions and with Einstein administration *Oversee compliance with Institutional policies and sponsor requirements * Oversee development and implementation ofthe Center's plans: business plans, intellectual properties and collaboration and sponsorship with industry and reporting to NIAID. The responsibilities of tiie CMCR's administrative unit are to: * Provide centralized administrative services to the Director, Project Leaders, Core Directors and Shared Resources * Provide Grants management and oversight of CMCR budget, fiscal reporting and subcontracting * Coordinate, facilitate and provide administrative input in all CMCR planning and evaluation activities * Submit IACUC application and maintain approvals * Communication and organization of CMCR meetings, events, and seminars * Oversee operations of CMCR shared resources - Core facilities *Manage CMCR research administration informatics to support reporting and recordkeeping

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