Responsible Conduct of Research Training: Day 1 (Virtual) Online
This 2-day workshop is created to meet the NIH mandate on Responsible Conduct of Research for trainees receiving NIH training grants. Attendance at both days and in all nine topics are required to satisfy the NIH requirement. These modules can also be extended to meet general university RCR requirements. Note: you must also register for Day 2 of this training in order to satisfy NIH mandates.
The training schedule for April 19 is as followed:
9:00 AM - 9:50 AM
Conflict of Interest (personal, professional, and financial – and conflict of commitment, in allocating time, effort, or other research resources)
Presented by Stacey Becker & Jana Kainerstorfer
Mentor/mentee responsibilities and relationships
Presented by Elizabeth Wayne, Biomedical Engineering
11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Research misconduct and policies for handling misconduct
Presented by Stacey Becker & Heather Bragg
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Secure and ethical data use
Presented by Mike Romac & Cindy Chepanoske
Policies regarding human subjects, live vertebrate animal subjects in research, and safe laboratory practices
Jen Koehrsen - IRB, Tony Noone - IACUC, Andrew Lawson - EHS
2:45 - 3:30 PM
Collaborative research, including collaborations with industry and investigators and institutions in other countries
Presented by Julia Sobol Dzurino and Shinji Watanabe
- Wednesday, April 19, 2023
- 9:00am - 3:30pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Virtual Workshop
- Open Science Working With Data Writing and Publishing
- This is a virtual event. A URL to participate will be sent via a reminder email 24 hours before the event.
Virtual Workshop Information:
- The link to join this event will be found in your reminder email 24 hours before the event.
- Please join a few minutes early to ensure that your audio setup is working correctly.
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