Ohio State University's e-COI Process
Description of Ohio State University's e-COI Process & Link to e-COI Resources
University employees and researchers are subject to various conflicts of interest. The electronic Conflicts of Interest (e-COI) disclosure process serves as the single disclosure mechanism for three different potential types of conflicts:
1. Research-related conflicts that are reviewed by the Office of Research Compliance;
2. Ohio Ethics Law conflicts that are reviewed by the Office of University Compliance and Integrity and the Office of Medical Center Compliance; and
3. Physician-related conflicts reviewed by the Office of Medical Center Compliance.*
As a university employee, you may be required to submit an annual disclosure because of your research activities, your university administrative/fiduciary role, or both.
For frequently asked questions regarding our e-COI process, please visit our FAQ's page.
To learn more, visit e-COI disclosure.