Dr. Pancrazio

Vice President for Research

On June 1, 2018, Dr. Joseph Pancrazio was appointed Vice President for Research. He brings expertise in conducting and overseeing interdisciplinary collaboration, one of the hallmarks of the UT Dallas research enterprise. This includes research funding, grants and contracts; campus research facilities and information systems, technology commercialization and licensing; compliance and safety; and the institutional review board, which approves research involving human subjects.

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We have an opportunity to engage in research development, such as fostering interdepartmental, interschool and even cross-institution collaborations. Collaborative research is an important approach to catalyze our efforts going forward.

Research Spotlight

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If you’re a creative type, you’re probably familiar with the phrase, “The Muse is visiting.” If you’re unfamiliar with the Muses, they are the nine daughters of Zeus; goddesses who are regarded for inspiring creativity in the arts, literary forms, and science. If you’ve ever dropped by Senior Lecturer Kara Oropallo’s office in ATEC, you’ll […]

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About UT Dallas Research

The Office of Research fosters the advancement of cutting-edge research discoveries and technology at the University of Texas at Dallas, an innovative institution in the heart of North Texas on the path to achieving Tier One national research status.

Our departmental resources provide faculty and staff with a variety of specialized information and training to help efficiently navigate funding opportunities, proposal development, post-award fiscal and effort advising, as well as guidance in facilitating commercial partnerships. Inventors and entrepreneurs benefit from specialized commercialization support with industry knowledge to assist with startup incubation, negotiations, and licensing.

Leadership at UT Dallas understands that the most fertile areas of research often lie at the intersections of traditional disciplines, where the insights of people approaching problems from different perspectives can produce surprising and valuable results that impact society.

The University of Texas at Dallas
Office of Research
800 W. Campbell Road
Richardson, Texas 75080-3021
972-883-2111