Check back this Spring to register for the upcoming Summer session.
The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) gives you a front-row seat to the issues investigators can face and the best ways to handle them. During the last two years, more than 140 people have attended the course, which addresses everything from conflicts of interest to the ethical treatment of animals in research to intellectual property.
All those who receive support from a National Institutes of Health (NIH) and/or National Science Foundation (NSF) training grant are required to complete an RCR at the start of their training and again every four years. This requires eight hours of in-person training, so please note that the CITI requirement for IRB submission does not count.
The RCR course is held each summer and is free and open to everyone. Registration is required, and participants must attend six of the eight sessions to receive a certificate of completion.
While registration for Summer 2016 has not opened yet, you can get a taste for the lectures by viewing the below schedule and check back in the Spring to secure your spot.
Introduction to Scientific Integrity and the
Responsible Conduct of Research
Ethics of Clinical Research in Developing Countries
Conflicts of Interest: Research and Industry
Intellectual Property/Patents and Tech Transfer
Mentoring: What can you expect?
Ethics of Human Experimentation/IRB
Ethical Treatment of Animals in Research
Ethical Issues in Radiation and Radiation Oncology
Sola Olopade and Milda Saunders