Taking Responsibility for Responsible Conduct of Research
Target Audience: Postdoctoral Fellows and Junior Faculty
This course is for postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty who are recipients of NIH or other training awards that require training in Responsible Conduct of Research. The course will cover the principles and expectations for conducting biomedical research ethically and responsibly, but will go one step further to guide participants in teaching others for whom they are responsible.
Leadership for this course is provided by co-course directors, Rick McGee, PhD; Lewis J. Smith, MD; and David Schneeweis, PhD.
Topics for this course include: Research misconduct and expected behaviors; Mentoring; Data acquisition, management, sharing and ownership; Conflicting interests – recognizing, acknowledging, managing, minimizing; Peer review; Publication practices and responsible authorship; Research with animals; Research with human subjects; Collaboration in science; International science; Leading a research team to ensure responsible research conduct.
- Dates: Wednesdays from September 25, 2013 through December 4, 2013 (No Session on November 27, 2013)
- Time: 3:30pm - 5:00pm
- Class Location (Chicago Campus): Ward Building, Room 5-230, 303 E. Chicago Avenue
- Minimum Attendance Requirement for Completion: 8 of 10 sessions
- GENERAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 10, 2013
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
- To REGISTER please complete the form through the link below.
- Registration confirmations will be provided within 1 business day.
- Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Space for this course is limited.
- Due to high program interest, participants MUST receive a confirmation email to be considered REGISTERED to participate
Registrants who exceed course capacity will be given an opportunity to pre-register for the March 2014 session. The March 2014 session will be offered on both the Chicago and Evanston campuses.
Need more information? Contact one of our RESEARCH NAVIGATORS.