Addressing the protection of human and animal subjects is crucial in your grant proposal—so much so that the NIH will not release funds until this section of your grant is approved. Join us for May’s Funding Focus, Managing the Compliance Sections of Your Proposal, and we’ll discuss tips for writing better grants with regard to protecting human and animal subjects. We’ll also discuss what to do when you are not sure whether your research involves human subjects (for example, tumor samples), as well as how to make good decisions regarding the protocol-funding relationship (e.g. managing the JIT). The seminar will be held from 12 to 1 p.m. on Thursday, May 12 in Mac Hall 2201.
Presenters include, among others, fabulous experts from OHSU’s Office of Research Integrity:
- Susan Bankowski, MS, JD, Institutional Review Board (IRB) Chair (human subjects research)
- Bill Dale, PhD, Research Integrity Officer (animal research)
This presentation is one of a series of workshops that Research Funding and Development Services (RFDS) offers throughout the year, designed to share advice, tips, and general information on funding for the OHSU research community. It’s open to all faculty, researchers, students, and research administrators at OHSU.
If you are unable to attend, we will post a recorded video of the presentation as well as any handouts on our website no later than the following Monday. For more information about this and other events please visit the RFDS website. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.