Responsible Conduct of Research for K Scholars (MICHR)
Virtual (link will be provided after registration and closer to session)
In order to ensure a safe virtual series, MICHR will offer the popular Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) for K Awardees this fall, a seminar that is designed to meet the requirements of the NIH K-23, or any federal or non-federal career development grant.
The 4-session (8-hour) series 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.
Participants should register only for the sessions they wish to attend. It’s open to U-M faculty and staff.
When: November and December 2021
Time: Times vary, see registration for details
Where: This session will be held online, and the organizers will be in touch with more information after you register.
Responsible Conduct of Research for K Scholars (MICHR-education & mentoring)