What is your plan for meeting the NIH requirement for Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training for K awardees? There is a one-course solution uniquely tailored to your needs:
Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) for K Awardees
Over 7 weeks in Winter 2017, MICHR will once again offer the popular Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) for K Awardees, a seminar that is designed to meet the requirements of the NIH K-23, or any federal or non-federal career development grant.
The seminar is appropriate for postdoctoral researchers, T32 fellows, VA CDA recipients, and those with any mentored career development award. The 4-session (8 hour) seminar is mostly interactive, practice-based, and focused on addressing RCR issues (ethics, integrity, and regulatory matters) that have arisen in the course of your own funded research. It's relevant, hands-on, and includes mentoring from experienced faculty.
What you will get out of this seminar?
- 8 hours of face to face faculty-led RCR training
- Expert consultation on an ethics or integrity issue in your research
- Practice recognizing and addressing RCR issues
- Experience presenting to others how you addressed an RCR issue
- Certificate of completion
- Attendance at all four mandatory seminar sessions (8 hours total)
- A final presentation and report on your project (poster) on March 29, 2017
All sessions will take place at NCRC (late in day, ample Blue, Yellow and Visitor/Pay parking).
Schedule for 2017:
Session 1: Wednesday, February 15th 3 p.m - 5 p.m, NCRC 300 - Room #376
Session 2: Wednesday, March 1st, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., NCRC 300 - Room #376
Session 3: Wednesday, March 15th, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., NCRC 300 - Room #376
Session 4: Wednesday, March 29th, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., NCRC 300 - Room #376
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Clinical and translational training has never been more exciting or accessible than it is today at the University of Michigan. The mission of MICHR's Education & Training programs is to provide engaging and effective multidisciplinary education, career development, and mentoring programs aimed at increasing the number of high-quality clinical and translational researchers across a broad career continuum.