Saint Louis University

Systems and Applications

SLU's Research Technology products: 

Electronic Research Services (eRS) - proposal submission, research compliance, grants management, and Conflict of Interest management system. 

Electronic Institutional Review Board (eIRB) - a web-based human subject research compliance system supporting the Institutional Review Board (IRB). For more information about eIRB's functionality, please visit the website of the Institutional Review Board, or contact 314-977-7744 or

eSirius - a web-based compliance management system for animal research supporting Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) and Comparative Medicine. 

Electronic Institutional Biosafety Committee (eIBC) - a web-based radiation and biosafety compliance management system supporting the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC). For more information, please visit the website of the Institutional Biosafety Committee

High Performance Computing (HPC) Cluster - a clustered computer infrastructure used to solve advanced, complex computation problems on large data sets.

REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) - a free turn-key web-based research survey and data management application and infrastructure that provides secure data capture for research studies and the ability to invite survey participants external to SLU. For more information, please click here

Inteum - a web-based intellectual property management system for technology transfer operations. 

Virtual Research Infrastructure with FISMA compliance - a foundation infrastructure environment to enable researchers to apply and effectively compete for grants and contracts requiring support for sensitive data (social security numbers, health info, etc.) and adherence to the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).

For technical questions about the systems above, please submit a request through ITS customer service:

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