Consultation: Doug Long

Doug Long, Senior Research Associate, has been working in the College of Health Sciences since 2007. He began his research career at the University of Kentucky by completing his Master’s thesis related to childhood obesity. Doug splits his time between the CHS Office of Research and Scholarship, Center for Muscle Biology, and Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) as an exercise physiologist within the Functional Assessment and Body Composition Core Lab (FABCC). Throughout his career, Doug has served on multiple projects ranging from student-driven projects and pilot studies to recently completing a large R01 clinical trial. He has been involved in all aspects of research from grant writing, clinical trial startup, database organization and compliance, and has become the go-to person related to IRB regulatory issues. Doug also serves as the college liaison for Oncore clinical trial tracking across campus. This puts him in a unique position to provide his expertise from experience and streamline processes for any type of investigator. Doug is available to help CHS faculty with:

  1. Grant or IRB Language
  2. eIRB submission or issues
  3. Clinical trial processes
  4. Data management/setting up a database
  5. Guidance on documentation, compliance, or regulatory oversight
  6. Recruitment/Scheduling
  7. Hands-on data collection

Please use the webform below to contact Doug for any support you might need related to your research.

Research Summary