The 2017 Research Ethics Week included IRB Training, A guest lecture by Dr. Laura Conour, DVM, DACLAM: Importance of the Role of Animals in Research, Coffee with a Touch of Compliance, and the Student Research Panel.
The Research Integrity & Compliance Program was pleased to include Global Compliance & Export Control in the annual meet-and-greet syle event, Coffee with a Touch of Compliance, for the first year.
For the first year during Research Ethics Week, IRB Training was held in the IRB's new home of the School of Nursing/Graduate School Building. The workshop was well-attended by existing and new faculty.
The Student Research Panel continued to highlight students who excel in research across the campus community.
The Research Integrity & Compliance Program is thankful to the division of Academic Affairs for their continued support.