Event Title

Instilling Awareness of Ethical Research Practices

Presentation Type

Poster Session

Location

Burnett Honors College

Start Date

14-10-2011 5:30 PM

End Date

14-10-2011 7:00 PM

Description/Abstract

Practicing the responsible conduct of research (RCR) is important in the development of a scientist. Upon entering the MARC and RISE programs, students receive 20 hours of RCR training. Pertinent areas discussed include values in science, research as a profession, elements of responsible conduct, conflict of interest, research misconduct, IACUC certification, and IRB guidelines. Principles are reinforced in the Biomedical Ethics and Seminar courses. Students practice RCR in the classroom, the teaching labs, and the research labs as they carry out mentored research. Students build on their experiences to become responsible professionals. Supported by NIH MARC and RISE Grants, Barry University.

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Oct 14th, 5:30 PM Oct 14th, 7:00 PM

Instilling Awareness of Ethical Research Practices

Burnett Honors College

Practicing the responsible conduct of research (RCR) is important in the development of a scientist. Upon entering the MARC and RISE programs, students receive 20 hours of RCR training. Pertinent areas discussed include values in science, research as a profession, elements of responsible conduct, conflict of interest, research misconduct, IACUC certification, and IRB guidelines. Principles are reinforced in the Biomedical Ethics and Seminar courses. Students practice RCR in the classroom, the teaching labs, and the research labs as they carry out mentored research. Students build on their experiences to become responsible professionals. Supported by NIH MARC and RISE Grants, Barry University.