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RCR Seminar Series Events

This page lists events that are offered by Research Integrity on the Responsible Conduct of Research.

If you missed a webinar, and are a University of Louisville employee/affiliate, Research Integrity can email you the handouts.  Please submit a request.

2013 Events

 

 

February 2013:

 

February 14 2013 at Belknap Campus - Shumaker 139 1pm- 3pm

and again on

February 19 2013  at HSC - CTR 124  11am-1pm

 RCR 101

Will provide two contact hours for post doc and the NIH requirement. 

Will be briefly covering all areas of Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) including:  Animal Welfare Biological and Environmental Safety; HIPAA relating to research and human subjects; Conflicts of Interest; Fiscal Responsibility; Authorship and Publication; Collaboration; Data management and Stewardship; Mentor/Mentee Relationships; Peer Review; Social Responsibility in Science; and Research Misconduct.

Presented by Research Integrity Staff.  

 

 

February 26 2013 at the Chao Auditorium 11am-12pm

 Being Secure in the Cloud and on Tablets

Will provide one contact hour for post doc and the NIH requirement.

Presented by Matt Witten.

 

 

 

March 2013:

 

March 5th Ekstrom W210 10am-11am

and again on

March 15 in K2036 8:30am-9:30am

 Conflict of Interest - Objectivity in Research

Will provide one contact hour for post doc and NIH requirement.  Also fulfills the COI training requirement.

Information on regulatory environments; disclosing conflicts; faculty consultant vs university investigator.

Presented by Robin Wilcox and Dr. Allison Ratterman.

 

 

 

April 2013:

 

April 12 2013 at Belknap Campus - Shumaker 139 9am-11am

and again on

April 30 2013  at HSC - CTR 124  11am-1pm

 RCR 101

Will provide two contact hours for post doc and the NIH requirement. 

Will be briefly covering all areas of Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) including:  Animal Welfare Biological and Environmental Safety; HIPAA relating to research and human subjects; Conflicts of Interest; Fiscal Responsibility; Authorship and Publication; Collaboration; Data management and Stewardship; Mentor/Mentee Relationships; Peer Review; Social Responsibility in Science; and Research Misconduct.

Presented by Research Integrity Staff. 

 

 

 

July 2013:

 

July 18 2013 at Belknap Campus - Shumaker 139 1pm- 3pm

 RCR 101

Will provide two contact hours for post doc and the NIH requirement. 

Will be briefly covering all areas of Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) including:  Animal Welfare Biological and Environmental Safety; HIPAA relating to research and human subjects; Conflicts of Interest; Fiscal Responsibility; Authorship and Publication; Collaboration; Data management and Stewardship; Mentor/Mentee Relationships; Peer Review; Social Responsibility in Science; and Research Misconduct.

Presented by Research Integrity Staff. 

 

 

August 2013:

 

August 1 2013  at HSC - CTR 124  9am-11am

 RCR 101

Will provide two contact hours for post doc and the NIH requirement. 

Will be briefly covering all areas of Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) including:  Animal Welfare Biological and Environmental Safety; HIPAA relating to research and human subjects; Conflicts of Interest; Fiscal Responsibility; Authorship and Publication; Collaboration; Data management and Stewardship; Mentor/Mentee Relationships; Peer Review; Social Responsibility in Science; and Research Misconduct.

Presented by Research Integrity Staff. 

 

 

October 2013:

 

October 22 2013 at Belknap Campus - Shumaker 139 9am-11am

and again on

October 31 2013  at HSC - CTR 124  9am-11am

 RCR 101

Will provide two contact hours for post doc and the NIH requirement. 

Will be briefly covering all areas of Responsible Conduct in Research (RCR) including:  Animal Welfare Biological and Environmental Safety; HIPAA relating to research and human subjects; Conflicts of Interest; Fiscal Responsibility; Authorship and Publication; Collaboration; Data management and Stewardship; Mentor/Mentee Relationships; Peer Review; Social Responsibility in Science; and Research Misconduct.

Presented by Research Integrity Staff. 






Past Events

2010

November 16:  FFATA:  The Impact of Openness and Transparency

December 7:  NSF Cost Sharing Policy

December 8:  Prepare a More Competitive Major Research Instrumentation Grant Application for NSF

2011

 

January 13: FDANEWS WEBINAR ON MEDICAL DEVICE QUALITY AUDITS: A “HOW-TO GUIDE” FOR MEETING THE FDA’S 820.22 EXPECTATIONS

February 1: NIH Grants: Window Shut, Now What? Submitting Error-free NIH Grant Applications

February 2: NIH Grants: eRA Commons: Post-submission Functionality—The Latest and Greatest

February 16:  International Research: Applying Ethical Principles and Research Guidelines in Global Settings

March 02:  Best Practices for Respectful Engagement with Minority Communities

April 05:  SRA Webinar: Biobanking Basics: An Overview of Current Legal and Compliance Issues Related to Human Specimens Collected in Research

April 20:  SBIR Proposal Structure for Academic Investigators

June 14:  No More Excuses:  Building Trust and Capacity Through the Bioethics Research Infrastructure Initiative

July 7:  Budgeting You Research:  Budget Strategies That Support Your NIH Proposal.

July 19:  Webinar 1: Medicare Coverage Analysis: MCAs ‐ Clinical Research Considerations

July 21:  How to Increase Your Priority Score in a Revised NIH Proposal

July 26:  Webinar 2: Clinical Trials Contracts, Negotiation and Administration

July 27:  The Art and Science of Writing K08 or K23 Career Development Grant Application 1

August 2:  Webinar 3: Implications of a Prospective Clinical Research Monitoring Program on IRB Operations

August 9:  Webinar 4: A Strategic Approach to Clinical Trial Participation

August 16:  Webinar 5: Survivor's Guide to Setting Up Clinical Trials and Managing Multi‐Institutional Research Initiatives

September 8:  Video Workshop: The Fiscal Aspects of Human Subjects Compliance

September 15:  High Risk, High Reward: What Your R21 Should Be

October 13:  Traditional Works:  But They Have IP Issues Too!

October 13:  Collaborative Authorship, Peer Review and YOUR Science

October 18:  When the Stakes are High:  Managing Communication and Public Opinion in Research Settings

 

Upcoming events:

 

Please see the Upcoming Events section in the right hand side of the Research Integrity Homepage.

 

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