Welcome 

Photo by URI Chemistry graduate student Benjamin Cromwell, testing flame-retardant chemicals on cotton balls.

Welcome to the University of Rhode Island’s research website. For the first time in our history the Research website incorporates all aspects of URI research under one roof for faculty conducting researchstudents in research,  information about our  world class research facilities, connecting with our industry partners, and collaborating with the community

The Division of Research and Economic Development’s website includes information which will assist researchers in connecting with our staff as well as finding funding sources, preparing proposals, managing your awards, addressing research integrity issues, protecting and commercializing your intellectual property, and publicizing your research.

Please review the Division of Research and Economic Development’s Strategic Plan. And peruse the list of URI Research Centers and Institutes, as well as our list of URI CORE Facilities.

The Division of Research and Economic Development commissioned a Statewide Economic Impact Study to compare the impact of URI research on the economy of Rhode Island from 2002 to 2012 to 2019. This is a report the entire University an be proud of as it demonstrated our exemplary work and impact on the state of Rhode Island. 

Peter J. Snyder, Ph.D.
Vice President for Research and Economic Development

Carlotti Administration Building, 2nd Floor
75 Lower College Road
Kingston, RI 02881
Tel: (401) 874-4576
Fax: (401) 874-7832
E-mail: pjsnyder@uri.edu
Brief biography

Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program (INP)

Providence Journal article “URI Appoints Lifespan Neuroscientist Snyder to Oversee Research Programs“Welcome to the Division of Research and Economic Development’s website. We hope you find the information included within will assist you in connecting with our staff as well as finding funding sources, preparing proposals, managing your awards, addressing research integrity issues, protecting and commercializing your intellectual property, and publicizing your research.

An Alzheimer’s Disease Researcher and Master Sculptor Thrives on the Interplay of Science and Art

 

Division of Research and Economic Development Offices 

Division of Research and Economic Development Committees