To provide face-to-face training for predoctoral students, postdoctoral fellows and early career investigators in the responsible conduct of research in order to promote ethical, rigorous and reproducible science. The following in person series dovetails to required CITI modules and provides an opportunity for investigators to discuss all aspects of these topics with an expert in the field. This series also fulfills the requirements of multiple funding agencies.
This is a one week (40-hour) intensive workshop with a focus on Biostatistics, Observational Epidemiology and Design of Clinical Trials.
- Introduction to Biostatistics
- Working with SPSS
- Selecting Statistical Test
- Introduction to Regression Analysis
- Study Design & Conducting Clinical Research
- Power & Sample Size
- EMR/EHR Cohort Discovery Research
Dates: TBD 2019 Dates
This workshop is geared towards both new and seasoned mentors involved in lab-based research to patient-oriented research. Those who are mentoring graduate & medical students, post-docs, and junior faculty colleagues are also encouraged to attend.
Each participant will develop, revise, and prepare to submit an F-, K-, or R-series NIH grant application, or equivalent over the course of this in-person workshop with constructive input from facilitators and participants. Participants will hone their grant writing skills through attending lectures on best practices for individual grant components and by giving and receiving constructive feedback from their peers.
Dates: Starting October 11, 2018
Deadline to Register: EXTENDED October 17, 2018
Register for the Grant Writing Workshop Series: http://j.mp/2wieyBd