Office of Research Administration


The Office of Research Administration partners with Grady’s Research Oversight Committee and Research personnel to protect the rights, welfare, and well-being of human subjects involved in research within Grady Health System.

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The Office of Research Administration has the responsibility of adhering to and abiding by all regulatory requirements including those from the Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP), the Institutional Review Boards of the affiliated institutions (IRBs) and The Joint Commission.

The Office of Research Administration provides Oversight and support for the initiation and execution of research within Grady Health System.  ORA consists of Administrative and Financial units.

The Office of Research Administration has the responsibility of maintenance for various systems required for providing management reports.  Those services include:

  1. Review all research protocols and required documents in order to support Grady’s Research Oversight Committee in determining risks and benefits to patients.
  2. Serve as liaisons for but not limited to Grady’s Research Oversight Committee, Compliance, Information Security, Information Technology, Legal and On-Boarding/Training departments

Additionally, we share a strong affiliation with Grady’s Office of Grants Administration.

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Team Members

Howard A. Mosby, Vice President
Faculty Contracts Administration, Division of Medical Affairs

Chadrick Anderson, Director
Office of Research Administration and Grady Clinical Research Center

Shirley Marshall, Research Administration Specialist
Office of Research Administration

Yvette Benjamin, Sr. Research Financial Analysist
Office of Research Administration-Finance

Grady Hospital
80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE,
Room #3A020
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

ORA Administrative Email:  [email protected]

ORA Finance Email:  [email protected]

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Conduct of Research Forms & Tip Sheets

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Research Interest

Research Interest
As one of the nation’s elite teaching hospitals, our trauma clinicians have been involved in countless studies aimed at finding better, more effective treatments for patients of traumatic injuries. In fact, research done at Grady has helped to redefine the way doctors around the world treat trauma patients. This commitment to research means that Grady offers the best standard trauma care – and the best emerging care available.

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