Tulane's Research Compliance Office hosts Responsible Conduct of Research Fall 2013 Seminar Series

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Tulane's Research Compliance Office is pleased to announce that they will again hold their annual Responsible Conduct of Research Seminar Series.

There is no cost to attend the seminars.

For those who wish to register for this course and have it appear on their transcript, this seminar series is being offered through the School of Medicine’s Interdisciplinary Studies-Graduate Department.  The course ID is INTD-6010-01, CRN 70809, and you will receive 0.00 credit hours with a grade type of satisfactory/unsatisfactory.  You must attend six out of the eight seminars in order to obtain a satisfactory grade.

If you do not wish to register for this seminar series, you may still attend any of the seminars.  You will receive a certificate for each seminar that you attend.  Therefore, if you are not registering for the course, it is not necessary to attend a minimum number of seminars.

Contact the Research Compliance Officer, Brian Weimer, for further details or questions:  504.988.1147; bweimer1@tulane.edu.

The schedule will be as follows:

Date

Professor

Subject

Thursday, 9/05/13 at 3:30 PM

Kathy Kozar,
Tami Jenniskens, and Monique Rhodes

Introduction to conducting sponsored research

Thursday, 9/12/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Bruce Bunnell

Research misconduct and policies for handling misconduct

Thursday, 9/19/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Lucia Freytag &     Dr. Jill Daniel

Safe laboratory practices

Thursday, 9/26/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Georgina Dobek

Use of animals in research

Thursday, 10/3/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Robert Garry

Peer Review

Thursday, 10/17/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Geetha Bansal

Responsible authorship and publication

Thursday, 10/24/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Roy Weiner

Use of human subjects in research - Deadly Medicine

Thursday, 10/31/13 at 3:30 PM

Dr. Luis Navar

Data acquisition and laboratory tools; management sharing and ownership

 

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