Course for K awardees focuses on responsible conduct of research

November 11, 2016  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research is offering a course for current K-grant awardees focusing on responsible conduct of research — or RCR.

The interactive, practice-based series will help participants identify and address RCR issues in their own K-funded research and will satisfy related requirements of the NIH K23 application. Participants will receive mentoring from faculty experienced in RCR areas.

The seminar is appropriate for postdoctoral researchers, T32 fellows, VA CDA recipients, and those with any mentored career development award.

The four-part series begins Feb. 15, with registration closing on Jan. 16. Click here to register.

Once registration is full, interested K awardees may still register and will be put on a waiting list.

 

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/responsible-conduct-of-research-rcr-for-k-awardees-registration-28788604491

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