FASEB's Shared Research Resources Survey

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The goal of this survey is to collect data on research resources from both the perspective of users and providers located in the United States. The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) will use the results of this survey to establish baseline data and inform FASEB’s policy discussions and future activities pertaining to shared research resources.

This survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. The questions focus on the following topics: (1) resource utilization and unmet needs; (2) the role of facilities in providing access to resources; (3) sources of funding and support for resources; (4) careers in resource provision and development as well as training on best practices.  Basic demographic information will also be collected.
Position Demographics
1. Which of the following categories best describes your current position? *This question is required.
2. Which job title best describes your position?
2. Approximately how many years have you worked in and/or directed facilities?
2. Do you also hold a faculty appointment?
2. The survey questions are tailored to a respondent's reported position (Question 1). From which perspective, Facility Director or PI/Faculty, would you prefer to complete this survey? Please consider selecting the role with which you identify with most strongly or see yourself continuing in for much of your career.
2. Which job title best describes your position?
2. Which job title best describes your position?
2. What is the tenure status of your position?
2. How many years have elapsed since you completed either your terminal research degree or medical residency (whichever is more recent)?
Research Demographics
2. Of the following categories, which best describes your current research project(s)?
2. From which sponsors does your laboratory currently receive research funding? Please select all that apply.
Institutional Demographics
2. Which best describes the type of institution at which you primarily work?