The Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) interactive instructor-led sessions combine lectures and discussions to promote ethical research practices based on regulatory standards and professional guidelines.
Faculty and administrators facilitate case study discussions, panel presentations, and roundtable exercises to review best practices related to ethical research conduct.
All research trainees and early career investigators are required to complete this formal in-person training. Additional information on the RCR Training Requirement can be found on the RCR Web site.
Update: There are a few spaces for November 29th. The January 30th, and March 16th sessions are currently filled to capacity. We encourage you to check back regularly as spaces may become available due to cancellations.
Spaces are available in the following 2018 RCR sessions: April 17th, and May 23rd.
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