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Event Protecting Sensitive Research Data (Vogt 311, from Sep 21, 2010 01:00 PM to Sep 21, 2010 02:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: This Webinar will provide a template for developing Technology Control Plans required for export controlled data that can be adapted for other purposes. Webinar hosted locally by Research Integrity. Attendees receive 1.5 RCR contact hours.
Event Expanded Access: Ethical and Regulatory Issues for Investigational Drugs and Devices (IRB Conference Room - Med Center One, Suite 200, from Sep 15, 2010 01:00 PM to Sep 15, 2010 02:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: The webinar will provide an overview of the complex policies that govern expanded access programs involving both investigational drugs and devices. All attendees will receive 1.5 Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity and Human Subject Protection Program Office
Event National Science Foundation Proposal Preparation Basics (Belknap, Shumaker Research Building, Room 139, from Sep 14, 2010 11:00 AM to Sep 14, 2010 03:30 PM)
This series of seminars sponsored by Society of Research Administrators, International and hosted locally by the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research will explore issues related to obtaining funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Lunch will be provided for those who RSVP (852-2454) by noon September 10, 2010.
Event Conflicting Interest and Conflicting Expectations: Challenges Presented by NIH’s New Rule (HSC: Instructional Building B, Room 302, from Oct 06, 2010 01:00 PM to Oct 06, 2010 02:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: The webinar will feature an overview of the challenges faced by institutions when dealing with financial conflicts of interest, especially in light of the anticipated US National Institutes of Health. Webinar hosted locally by Research Integrity. All attendees will receive 1.5 Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours.
Event Funding, Career and Collaboration Opportunities with the NIH (Conference Room 124, Clinical and Translational Research Building (505 South Hancock Street), from Oct 14, 2010 09:00 AM to Oct 14, 2010 10:00 AM)
Phuong Kim Pham, Ph.D. of the Office for Research on Disparities and Global Mental Health, National Institute of Mental Health, will present an informal discussion on funding opportunities to help you pursue your research career. RSVP IS REQUIRED.
Event Social Responsibility of Science Workshop (North Conference Room, Clincial and Translational Research Building (505 South Hancock Street), from Oct 14, 2010 01:00 PM to Oct 14, 2010 04:00 PM)
Social Responsibility of Science session at Research! Louisville.
Event Research!Louisville (Please see the event webpage for specifics, from Oct 11, 2010 08:00 AM to Oct 15, 2010 02:30 PM)
Research!Louisville is an annual celebration of health-related research.
Event Mad Scientist Mixer (Lobby of the Clinical and Translational Research Building, 505 S. Hancock St., from Oct 14, 2010 04:00 PM to Oct 14, 2010 05:30 PM)
Informal reception sponsored by The UofL Office of Technology Transfer and Research Integrity Program during Research!Louisville.
Event Genetic Research: Benefits, Risks and Ethical Issues (IRB Conference Room, Med Center One, enter through HSPPO Health Sciences Campus, from Oct 26, 2010 02:00 PM to Oct 26, 2010 03:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: This webinar provides an overview of the core ethical issues currently faced by scientists engaged in all areas of genetic research. Attendees will receive 6 months Human Subjects Training. Please RSVP to Research Integrity. The webinar will be capped at 35.
Event FFATA: The Impact of Openness and Transparency (HSC Nursing School, K2035, from Nov 16, 2010 12:00 PM to Nov 16, 2010 01:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series. This webinar will provide a summary of the regulatory framework and guidance related to FFATA reporting, identify key data elements that recipients and contractors must report, including how to determine if a sub-recipient must report on their to p-ten compensated employees, the projects that require reporting, registration and reporting website overviews and a discussion on institutional considerations when implementing systems or procedures to be compliant with this new reporting requirement. Learn what you need to know for the November 30 deadline. RSVP REQUIRED, capped at 35. All attendees will receive 1.5 Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours
Event When FDA Inspections Intersect IND/IDE Research: How to Prepare and What to Expect (IRB Conference room (Room 230 in Suite 200), Med Center One, 501 E. Broadway, from Nov 11, 2010 01:00 PM to Nov 11, 2010 02:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: This webinar will provide an overview about the latest FDA compliance rules, featuring Dr. Harvey Arbit, and brought to you by the UofL Research Integrity Program, Office of Industry Contracts and the Human Subjects Protection Program. All attendees will receive 1.5 contact hours of Responsible Conduct of Research training. Attendance is limited to 35. RSVP to ori@louisville.edu or call 852-1637.
Event NSF Cost Sharing Policy (Belknap: Shumaker Research Building, from Dec 07, 2010 01:00 PM to Dec 07, 2010 02:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: The objectives of this webinar are to learn the major NSB recommendations for changes to NSF cost sharing policy and learn how the new cost sharing policy is being implemented for proposals submitted or due on/after January 18, 2011. All attendees will receive 1.5 Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. RSVP to Research Integrity by noon on December 3. The webinar will be capped at 50.
Event Webinar: Prepare a More Competitive Major Research Instrumentation Grant Application for NSF (Belknap: Vogt 311, from Dec 08, 2010 02:00 PM to Dec 08, 2010 03:00 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: Dr Karin Markin will dig into the unique aspects of the MRI application and give you expert advice on how to optimize your application and make it stand out. All attendees will receive 1 hour of Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity.
Event WEBINAR: Strategy Behind Your Funding - Leveraging Multiple Sources (HSC- HB302, from Dec 15, 2010 02:00 PM to Dec 15, 2010 03:00 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: The webinar will discuss strategies for diversifying your funding sources. It will provide examples of successful funding plans that involved a variety of funders (government, private and corporate support). During this webinar, you will learn ways to think creatively about stakeholders and how they can help fund your projects. All attendees will receive 1 Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity.
Event FDANEWS WEBINAR ON MEDICAL DEVICE QUALITY AUDITS: A “HOW-TO GUIDE” FOR MEETING THE FDA’S 820.22 EXPECTATIONS (HSC: K-wing, room 2035, from Jan 13, 2011 01:30 PM to Jan 13, 2011 03:00 PM)
This FDANEWS webinar will guide you through setting up best practices and SOPs that will ensure your compliance with FDA record keeping requirements, and ease inspections. All attendees will receive 1.5 hours of RCR Credit.
Event NIH Grants: Window Shut, Now What? Submitting Error-free NIH Grant Applications (HSC: KWing Bldg 2035, from Feb 01, 2011 01:30 PM to Feb 01, 2011 03:00 PM)
This SRA webinar will review the new electronic application submission process. All attendees will receive 1.5 hours of Responsible Conduct of Research credit. Hosted locally by Research Integrity.
Event NIH Grants: eRA Commons: Post-submission Functionality—The Latest and Greatest (HSC: KWing Bldg 2035, from Feb 02, 2011 11:00 AM to Feb 02, 2011 12:30 PM)
This webinar will teach you the tools available on eRA Commons and how to use them. All attendees will receive 1.5 hours Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity.
Event International Research: Applying Ethical Principles and Research Guidelines in Global Settings (Belknap: Ekstrom W104, from Feb 16, 2011 01:00 PM to Feb 16, 2011 02:30 PM)
Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series: This webinar will provide an overview of some of the challenges in working with IRBs including informed consent, evaluating risks and benefits and ensuring equitable distribution of research findings. All attendees will receive 1.5 hours of Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity. Please RSVP to Research Integrity, space is limited.
Event WEBINAR: BEST PRACTICES FOR RESPECTFUL ENGAGEMENT WITH MINORITY COMMUNITIES (HSC: CTRB 124, from Mar 02, 2011 01:00 PM to Mar 02, 2011 02:30 PM)
The Research Integrity Program presents PRIM&R webinar, featuring Drs. Stephen B. Thomas and Sandra Crouse Quinn of the University of Maryland, as they discuss findings from their NIH funded study, National Bioethics Infrastructure Initiative: Building Trust Between Minorities and Researchers. Focus will be on best practices for community partnerships and the impact of community engagement on recruitment and retention. March 2, 1:00-2:30 p.m. on HSC, CTRB 124. Attendees receive 1.5 hours RCR credit.
Event Webinar: SBIR Proposal Structure for Academic Investigators (Belknap: Vogt 311, from Apr 20, 2011 01:00 PM to Apr 20, 2011 02:00 PM)
This webinar by Principal Investigators will give you knowledge of the various ways to tap into SBIR funding, information on the structure, how to chose a topic that aligns with your interests and much more! All participants will receive 1 RCR contact hour. Please RSVP. Hosted locally by Research Integrity.
Event SRA Webinar: Biobanking Basics: An Overview of Current Legal and Compliance Issues Related to Human Specimens Collected in Research (HSC: K building 2035, from Apr 05, 2011 01:00 PM to Apr 05, 2011 02:30 PM)
This SRA webinar will help you identify the differences between HHS and FDA Informed Consent requirements, describe the application of HIPAA, describe and discuss the applicability of case law and much more! All Attendees with receive 1.5 hours of Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity. RSVP Required.
Event PRIMR Webinar: No More Excuses: Building Trust and Capacity Through the Bioethics Research Infrastructure Initiative (HSC: K Building 2035, from Jun 14, 2011 01:00 PM to Jun 14, 2011 02:30 PM)
This PRIMIR webinar will introduce two curriculum initiatives, one aimed at minority communities and one at researchers. All attendees with receive 1.5 Responsible Conduct of Research contact hours. Hosted locally by Research Integrity. RSVP Required.
Event Webinar 1: Medicare Coverage Analysis: MCAs ‐ Clinical Research Considerations (HSC: K Building 2035, from Jul 19, 2011 01:00 PM to Jul 19, 2011 02:30 PM)
Series consists of five webinars . This session explores the fiscal compliance considerations for Medicare Coverage Analysis and clinical research. The ability to effectively comprehend the rules for qualifying a trial for Medicare Coverage and the development of a management process better equips research administrators. This session explores the challenges of managing billing compliance with clinical trials, will identify the evolution of Medicare Coverage Analysis and describes the processes for deeming a qualified trial.
Event Budgeting Your Research: Budget Strategies That Support Your NIH Proposal (HSC: K Building, Room 2035, from Jul 07, 2011 01:00 PM to Jul 07, 2011 02:00 PM)
This number-crunching Webinar will highlight the differences between modular and detailed budgets and reveal how to balance NIH wants and needs with your institution’s requirements. You’ll learn how to write budget justifications and estimate expenses. And find out the NIH rules on allowed amounts.
Event How to Increase Your Priority Score in a Revised NIH Proposal (HSC: K building, Room 2035, from Jul 21, 2011 01:00 PM to Jul 21, 2011 02:00 PM)
During this insightful Webinar, your expert presenter reveals how you should respond to the reviewers’ critique, the pros and cons of adding new data and aims, how to craft an effective introduction statement, recent changes in policy, common reasons for rejection by federal funders, and more. Walk away with timely and effective strategies you can implement right away.
Event The Art and Science of Writing K08 or K23 Career Development Grant Application (HSC: K Building, Room 2035, from Jul 27, 2011 01:00 PM to Jul 27, 2011 02:00 PM)
This uniquely focused webinar will cover the specifics of K08 and K23 awards, the reasons whyyou should apply, the importance of a good mentor, where you will need help, and what happens after you submit your application.
Event Webinar 2: Clinical Trials Contracts, Negotiation and Administration (HSC: K Building, Room 2035, from Jul 26, 2011 01:00 PM to Jul 26, 2011 02:30 PM)
Series consists of five webinars: This Webinar will provide attendees with insights and decision‐making steps for negotiating clinical trial contracts. The instructor will take you beyond the contract to discuss clinical trial management issues that must be considered and provided for in negotiating the clinical trial contract, in order to prepare the path for effective and accountable clinical trial administration. She will discuss important, special contract terms and conditions applicable to clinical trial contracts, share the tools and tips of the trade, and focus on potential problem areas.
Event Webinar 3: Implications of a Prospective Clinical Research Monitoring Program on IRB Operations (HSC: K Building, Room 2035, from Aug 02, 2011 01:00 PM to Aug 02, 2011 02:30 PM)
Series consists of five webinars. As part of a quality improvement (QI) initiative conducted by The Office of Research Compliance and Education and the IRB Administration Office, an analysis of common observations encountered during research compliance monitoring visits was reviewed to determine the impact on IRB administrative operations. The QI initiative focused on administrative improvement regarding the informed consent process, protocol consistency and managing potential noncompliance. This resulted in improvements in research administration processes which included the implementation of specialized education with the IRB committees, a protocol and contract reconciliation program, and revisions of management procedures for review of minor non‐compliance. The data has shown that there are many opportunities for collaboration between the IRB and ORC to continue to encourage and enhance the responsible conduct of research.
Event Webinar 4: A Strategic Approach to Clinical Trial Participation (HSC: K Building, Room 2035, from Aug 09, 2011 01:00 PM to Aug 09, 2011 02:30 PM)
Series consists of five webinars. Many organizations participate in clinical trials. Yet, as an example, over 20% of cancer center trials result in zero (0) accruals. What distinguishes those organizations that successfully enroll patients and meet their financial targets? This Webinar will present best practices for organizations that participate in or are considering participating in clinical trials. The instructor will discuss the role of proper planning and administration including key considerations in trial selection, patient accrual, and ways to effectively involve physicians and define their responsibilities. She will also offer methods and processes that administrators can use to monitor and continually improve their trial performance.
Event Webinar 5: Survivor's Guide to Setting Up Clinical Trials and Managing Multi‐Institutional Research Initiatives (HSC: K Building, Room 2035, from Aug 16, 2011 01:00 PM to Aug 16, 2011 02:30 PM)
Series consists of five webinars. Research administrators are at the forefront of clinical and translational science. The role of these professionals is continuously evolving and increasing as a result of complicated regulatory systems, increased bureaucracy, and limited infrastructure and funding support. Assisting in the task of effectively and efficiently taking research from bench to bedside is a goal that research administrators are challenged with. With some creative 'out of the box' thinking this goal can be easier to attain. This instructional Webinar will teach research administrators how to identify creative ways to engage potential collaborators in the context of limited resources, and give them the tools needed to work with clinicians to utilize research results in their everyday practice.
Event The Art and Science of Writing K08 or K23 Career Development Grant Application 1 (HSC: KWING 2035, from Jul 27, 2011 01:00 PM to Jul 27, 2011 02:00 PM)
RSVP required: This uniquely focused webinar will cover the specifics of K08 and K23 awards, the reasons why you should apply, the importance of a good mentor, where you will need help, and what happens after you submit your application. 1 RCR Contact Hour
Event Video Workshop: The Fiscal Aspects of Human Subjects Compliance (HSC, CTRB 124, from Sep 08, 2011 08:00 AM to Sep 08, 2011 12:00 PM)
Three hour video workshop that covers the fiscal aspects of Human Subjects Compliance. RSVP IS REQUIRED.
Event Traditional Works: But They Have IP Issues Too! (HSC, CTRB 101/102, from Oct 13, 2011 09:00 AM to Oct 13, 2011 10:00 AM)
Session on Copyrights from Dwayne K. Buttler, J.D. RSVP Required.
Event University Developed Innovations and Intellectual Property 101 (HSC, CTRB 101/102, from Oct 13, 2011 10:00 AM to Oct 13, 2011 11:00 AM)
Informational session on intellectual property.
Event Collaborative Authorship, Peer Review and YOUR Science (HSC, CTRB 101/102, from Oct 13, 2011 01:00 PM to Oct 13, 2011 02:15 PM)
Dr. Shambrook will provide a seminar on authorship, peer review, publishing and how it all ties back into grants and independent research. This seminar is MANDATORY for postdocs and research fellows.
Event Academia and Industry: A Collaboration of Clashing Cultures(...and how to make it work for you!) (HSC, CTRB 101/102, from Oct 13, 2011 02:20 PM to Oct 13, 2011 03:05 PM)
This seminar will cover science within academia versus industry.
Event Confessions of Faculty Entrepreneurs: True Tales from Your Colleagues (HSC, CTRB 101/102, from Oct 13, 2011 03:15 PM to Oct 13, 2011 04:00 PM)
Drs. Bates and Robert Keynton will address how to be a faculty entrepreneur.
Event Q&A with Speakers (HSC: CTRB, 101/102, from Oct 13, 2011 04:00 PM to Oct 13, 2011 04:30 PM)
Q&A with speakers.
Event Mad Scientist Mixer (HSC: CTRB Lobby, from Oct 13, 2011 04:30 PM to Oct 13, 2011 06:00 PM)
Annual Mad Scientist Mixer with spirited drinks and tasty treats. Please RSVP to OTT.
Event High Risk, High Reward: What Your R21 Should Be (HSC, K wing 2035, from Sep 15, 2011 01:00 PM to Sep 15, 2011 02:00 PM)
The Sponsored Programs Development Office, the Research Integrity Program and the HSC Research Office will host a webinar titled High Risk, High Reward: What Your R21 Should Be. The presentation conducted by the Principal Investigators Association, is designed to provide you with the tools to recognize the differences between the R01 and the R21, and provide you with the strategies that will help you successfully compete for NIH funding. Please RSVP to Research Integrity http://louisville.edu/research/researchintegrity
Event Dean Marcia Hern at the Mentoring Masters Academy (University Club, Mary Bingham Room, from Sep 12, 2011 11:30 AM to Sep 12, 2011 01:00 PM)
 
Event When the Stakes are High: Managing Communication and Public Opinion in Research Settings (HSC, K Wing 2035, from Oct 18, 2011 01:00 PM to Oct 18, 2011 02:30 PM)
This PRIMR webinar is intended to provide those working in the research field with how-tos as they relate to managing a research crisis and communicating about animal research.
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