Oct
30
8:00 AM08:00

Advances in Health and Aging Research Across the Translational Spectrum

This symposium includes faculty and trainee presentations, poster session, networking breakfast and lunch.

The event is presented jointly by the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University.

University of Michigan: Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research; Michigan Alzheimer’s Disease Center; East Ann Arbor Health and Geriatrics Center; Michigan Older Americans Independence Center
Michigan State University: College of Human Medicine
Wayne State University: Institute of Gerontology

Full details are available here. RSVP by October 16.

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Nov
7
2:00 PM14:00

Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT): Procedures Documentation for Clinical Trials

  • University Hospital, Floor 2, C108 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation, and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills. Participants will learn critical clinical research skills through a group learning environment and hands-on skills practice. Maximum benefit will be gained by attending all three sessions, but it is not required.

Brought to you by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) and the Clinical Trial Support Office (CTSO).

  • Procedures Documentation for Clinical Trials (November 7)

  • Monitoring for Clinical Trials (November 13)

  • ClinicalTrials.gov and Its Interaction with Protocols, Documents and Study Management (November 28)

Registration is required - register here.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Nov
9
2:00 PM14:00

ACRP: Research Ethics: "Disposable People"

Join Lee Booze-Battle IRB Consultant, St. John Hospital & Medical Center to learn more about research ethics. Unethical research on humans can have long-lasting effects for future races and cultures. Human subjects research is voluntary and is not designed to benefit the volunteer, but toward the quality of life for standard of care recipients in the future

Register here for this event. You do not need to be an ACRP chapter member to attend this free event.

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Nov
13
2:00 PM14:00

Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation, and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT): Monitoring for Clinical Trials

  • University Hospital, Floor 2, C108 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation, and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills. Participants will learn critical clinical research skills through a group learning environment and hands-on skills practice. Maximum benefit will be gained by attending all three sessions, but it is not required.

Brought to you by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) and the Clinical Trial Support Office (CTSO).

  • Procedures Documentation for Clinical Trials (November 7)

  • Monitoring for Clinical Trials (November 13)

  • ClinicalTrials.gov and Its Interaction with Protocols, Documents and Study Management (November 28)

Registration is required - register here.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Nov
13
5:30 PM17:30

K Writing Workshop

Are you preparing a career development grant application (NIH K or VA CDA) for submission in 2019?

The three-part MICHR K Writing Workshop series will help you get peer critique and feedback from senior faculty who are experienced in NIH study section thinking. The workshop only “works” if people have drafts to discuss, so participants will exchange drafts of their proposals.

If you are writing an application for a different award and would like feedback or editing services, check out the grant writing support services that we offer.

This workshop is presented by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research and takes place on November 13, November 27, and December 11, from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the North Campus Research Complex.

Registration is required, and there is a fee of $150 for U-M registrants and $195 for others. (MICHR will refund $100 to U-M registrants who attend all three sessions.)

Learn more or register

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Nov
27
5:30 PM17:30

K Writing Workshop

Are you preparing a career development grant application (NIH K or VA CDA) for submission in 2019?

The three-part MICHR K Writing Workshop series will help you get peer critique and feedback from senior faculty who are experienced in NIH study section thinking. The workshop only “works” if people have drafts to discuss, so participants will exchange drafts of their proposals.

If you are writing an application for a different award and would like feedback or editing services, check out the grant writing support services that we offer.

This workshop is presented by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research and takes place on November 13, November 27, and December 11, from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the North Campus Research Complex.

Registration is required, and there is a fee of $150 for U-M registrants and $195 for others. (MICHR will refund $100 to U-M registrants who attend all three sessions.)

Learn more or register

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Nov
28
2:00 PM14:00

Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation, and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT): ClinicalTrials.gov and Its Interaction with Protocols, Documents and Study Management

  • University Hospital, Floor 2, C108 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation, and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills. Participants will learn critical clinical research skills through a group learning environment and hands-on skills practice. Maximum benefit will be gained by attending all three sessions, but it is not required.

Brought to you by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) and the Clinical Trial Support Office (CTSO).

  • Procedures Documentation for Clinical Trials (November 7)

  • Monitoring for Clinical Trials (November 13)

  • ClinicalTrials.gov and Its Interaction with Protocols, Documents and Study Management (November 28)

Registration is required - register here.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Nov
29
8:30 AM08:30

Mentoring Forum

The 2018 Mentoring Forum will feature a presentation on Culturally Aware Mentorship by Kelly A. Diggs-Andrews, PhD, CEO and Founder of Diggs-Andrews Consulting LLC; Master Facilitator, Mentor Training Core, National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN); and Certified Trainer, Facilitator and Mentor Training, Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER).

Culturally Aware Mentorship is an innovative initiative launched through NRMN to enhance mentors’ and trainees’ ability to effectively address cultural diversity matters in their research mentoring relationships. The CAM initiative and approach are supported by evidence which indicates that broader participation of culturally diverse groups enhances the quality of research and practice in the biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences.

Following Dr. Diggs-Andrews’ talk, seven faculty members who contribute enormously to the research environment at U-M will be honored with the 2018 Distinguished Clinical and Translational Research Mentor Award. The awards will be presented by George Mashour, MD, PhD. Dr. Mashour is Associate Dean for Clinical & Translational Research, Medical School; Executive Director of MICHR; and Executive Director for Translational Research, Office of Research.

Check-in and a light breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m., with Dr. Diggs-Andrews’ presentation starting at 9:00 a.m. with the awards ceremony immediately following. 

Know a great resource or piece of advice about mentoring? Tweet it at #MICHRmentoring.

Register here.

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Nov
30
8:00 AM08:00

Culturally Aware Mentorship Training

Kelly A. Diggs-Andrews, PhD, CEO and Founder of Diggs-Andrews Consulting LLC; Master Facilitator, Mentor Training Core, National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN); and Certified Trainer, Facilitator and Mentor Training, Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research (CIMER) will be co-facilitating the NRMN training, Culturally Aware Mentorship (CAM) with Melissa McDaniels, PhD, Assistant Dean of the Graduate School at Michigan State University, and Co-Director of the Master Facilitator Initiative for NRMN.

Culturally Aware Mentorship is an innovative initiative launched through NRMN to enhance mentors’ and trainees’ ability to effectively address cultural diversity matters in their research mentoring relationships. The CAM initiative and approach are supported by evidence which indicates that broader participation of culturally diverse groups enhances the quality of research and practice in the biomedical, behavioral, and clinical sciences.

CAM is a 6-hour intensive training designed for mentors who have already completed some form of mentor training. In this module, participants look inward and examine their own racial and ethnic identity, and use insights from these reflections to identify their personal assumptions, biases, and privileges that may operate in their research mentoring relationships. Through a combination of activities including group discussion, case studies, and role play, mentors learn and practice culturally aware mentoring skills in order to increase their capacity to respond better to cultural diversity matters in their research mentoring relationships.

Who can participate? CAM training sessions have been facilitated with mentors across career stages (faculty, staff, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students) and in a variety of training settings including academic science departments and medical schools as well as training programs sponsored by federal and private foundations. Curricula for trainees are currently under development.   

Know a great resource or piece of advice about mentoring? Tweet it at #MICHRmentoring.

Register here.

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Dec
10
1:00 PM13:00

Statistics From 32,000 Feet (Parachute Included): A Gentle Introduction to Data Analyses

  • 2901 Taubman Health Sciences Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you forgotten most of your stats training? Never understood it in the first place? Do you skip over the statistics sections when reading a journal article? Do you wish you could converse more effectively about statistics with your study team?

This seminar is designed for study team members who desire a reintroduction to basic statistical concepts for clinically-focused research. Presented in plain English with many illustrations, this session will cover foundational statistical concepts, including p-value, effect size, confidence intervals, sample size and power, and some common statistical tests. Whatever your background, this gentle reintroduction will increase your comfort and confidence when it comes to statistics.

This session will be facilitated by Anna Kratz, PhD, Assistant Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Registration is required - register here.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Dec
11
5:30 PM17:30

K Writing Workshop

Are you preparing a career development grant application (NIH K or VA CDA) for submission in 2019?

The three-part MICHR K Writing Workshop series will help you get peer critique and feedback from senior faculty who are experienced in NIH study section thinking. The workshop only “works” if people have drafts to discuss, so participants will exchange drafts of their proposals.

If you are writing an application for a different award and would like feedback or editing services, check out the grant writing support services that we offer.

This workshop is presented by the Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research and takes place on November 13, November 27, and December 11, from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the North Campus Research Complex.

Registration is required, and there is a fee of $150 for U-M registrants and $195 for others. (MICHR will refund $100 to U-M registrants who attend all three sessions.)

Learn more or register

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Dec
13
8:00 AM08:00

Orientation for Clinical Investigators

  • 2903 Taubman Health Sciences Library (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Orientation for Clinical Investigators is designed for early career faculty or experienced researchers new to clinical research at U-M. This 3.5-hour session will provide participants with:

  • an orientation to information, resources, and tools necessary to navigate the university's research enterprise
  • a basic understanding of what is needed to comply with regulations related to clinical research

Participants will learn information about IRBMED, regulatory affairs, conflict of interest, audits and monitoring, ClinicalTrials.gov, and U-M resources for clinical trials research.

Register here for this event.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Jan
8
2:30 PM14:30

RCR4K Session 1

  • Biomedical Science Research Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you need responsible conduct of research training? The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR).

Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees (RCR4K) is a seminar series designed to guide participants in identifying and managing ethics and integrity issues. It offers structured exploration of common research ethics and integrity dilemmas, and regulation. Most sessions will consist of short didactic presentations alternating with small group activities. The program is designed to allow participants to identify and attend sessions most relevant to their own research.

Scholars may attend MICHR RCR4K sessions to fulfill some or all of the NIH training requirement. Participants should register only for the sessions they wish to attend; registration closes one month before each session. Once registration is full, interested K awardees may still register and will be put on a waiting list.

·         Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

·         Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 3–5 p.m.

·         Monday, January 28, 2019, 1-3 p.m.

·         Monday, February 11, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

·         Monday, February 25, 2019, 9–11 a.m.

All sessions will be held in the Biomedical Science Research Building.

Register here.

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Jan
16
3:00 PM15:00

RCR4K Session 2

  • Biomedical Science Research Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you need responsible conduct of research training? The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR).

Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees (RCR4K) is a seminar series designed to guide participants in identifying and managing ethics and integrity issues. It offers structured exploration of common research ethics and integrity dilemmas, and regulation. Most sessions will consist of short didactic presentations alternating with small group activities. The program is designed to allow participants to identify and attend sessions most relevant to their own research.

Scholars may attend MICHR RCR4K sessions to fulfill some or all of the NIH training requirement. Participants should register only for the sessions they wish to attend; registration closes one month before each session. Once registration is full, interested K awardees may still register and will be put on a waiting list.

·         Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

·         Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 3–5 p.m.

·         Monday, January 28, 2019, 1-3 p.m.

·         Monday, February 11, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

·         Monday, February 25, 2019, 9–11 a.m.

All sessions will be held in the Biomedical Science Research Building.

Register here.

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Jan
28
1:00 PM13:00

RCR4K Session 3

  • Biomedical Science Research Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you need responsible conduct of research training? The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR).

Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees (RCR4K) is a seminar series designed to guide participants in identifying and managing ethics and integrity issues. It offers structured exploration of common research ethics and integrity dilemmas, and regulation. Most sessions will consist of short didactic presentations alternating with small group activities. The program is designed to allow participants to identify and attend sessions most relevant to their own research.

Scholars may attend MICHR RCR4K sessions to fulfill some or all of the NIH training requirement. Participants should register only for the sessions they wish to attend; registration closes one month before each session. Once registration is full, interested K awardees may still register and will be put on a waiting list.

·         Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

·         Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 3–5 p.m.

·         Monday, January 28, 2019, 1-3 p.m.

·         Monday, February 11, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

·         Monday, February 25, 2019, 9–11 a.m.

All sessions will be held in the Biomedical Science Research Building.

Register here.

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Feb
11
10:00 AM10:00

RCR4K Session 4

  • Biomedical Science Research Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you need responsible conduct of research training? The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR).

Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees (RCR4K) is a seminar series designed to guide participants in identifying and managing ethics and integrity issues. It offers structured exploration of common research ethics and integrity dilemmas, and regulation. Most sessions will consist of short didactic presentations alternating with small group activities. The program is designed to allow participants to identify and attend sessions most relevant to their own research.

Scholars may attend MICHR RCR4K sessions to fulfill some or all of the NIH training requirement. Participants should register only for the sessions they wish to attend; registration closes one month before each session. Once registration is full, interested K awardees may still register and will be put on a waiting list.

·         Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

·         Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 3–5 p.m.

·         Monday, January 28, 2019, 1-3 p.m.

·         Monday, February 11, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

·         Monday, February 25, 2019, 9–11 a.m.

All sessions will be held in the Biomedical Science Research Building.

Register here.

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Feb
25
9:00 AM09:00

RCR4K Session 5

  • Biomedical Science Research Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Do you need responsible conduct of research training? The Michigan Institute for Clinical & Health Research (MICHR) is offering a free course for current K-grant awardees, focusing on responsible conduct of research (RCR).

Responsible Conduct of Research for K Awardees (RCR4K) is a seminar series designed to guide participants in identifying and managing ethics and integrity issues. It offers structured exploration of common research ethics and integrity dilemmas, and regulation. Most sessions will consist of short didactic presentations alternating with small group activities. The program is designed to allow participants to identify and attend sessions most relevant to their own research.

Scholars may attend MICHR RCR4K sessions to fulfill some or all of the NIH training requirement. Participants should register only for the sessions they wish to attend; registration closes one month before each session. Once registration is full, interested K awardees may still register and will be put on a waiting list.

·         Tuesday, January 8, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m.

·         Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 3–5 p.m.

·         Monday, January 28, 2019, 1-3 p.m.

·         Monday, February 11, 2019, 10 a.m. to noon

·         Monday, February 25, 2019, 9–11 a.m.

All sessions will be held in the Biomedical Science Research Building.

Register here.

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Oct
10
8:30 AM08:30

Research Development at U-M

  • Rackham Amphitheater & Assembly Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This free half-day conference is for all staff, faculty and leadership who support research across campus. Learn more about Research Development strategies to help your investigators increase their competitiveness in today’s research funding climate.

Learn more or register.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Oct
5
8:00 AM08:00

Orientation for Clinical Investigations

  • University Hospital Room UH 2C224 (near the cashiers office) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Orientation for Clinical Investigators is designed for early career faculty or experienced researchers new to clinical research at U-M. This 3.5-hour session will provide participants with:

  • an orientation to information, resources, and tools necessary to navigate the university's research enterprise
  • a basic understanding of what is needed to comply with regulations related to clinical research

Participants will learn information about IRBMED, regulatory affairs, conflict of interest, audits and monitoring, ClinicalTrials.gov, and U-M resources for clinical trials research.

Register here for this event.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Sep
27
5:30 PM17:30

Mock Study Section

Are you writing a career development or R01 grant? Register now for this mock study section, which will help you understand how NIH grant reviewers think.
 
As one of nine grant reviewers, you will discuss actual twelve-page K and R grants (already submitted in some version to the NIH). You will learn what happens behind the closed doors in a real K or R grant review. It’s a true-to-life simulation guaranteed to raise your score.
 
This event is ideal for fellows and early career faculty who are writing career development and R01 grants. It simulates an NIH study section in every detail (including the work expected). Participants will be assigned a grant to review in either clinical and translational research or health services research.
 
Learning objectives:
• To review and critique the quality of a scientific grant application in a formal review meeting
• To apply the guidelines for peer review as developed by the NIH
• To discuss the common weaknesses of scientific grant proposals
 
The mock study section workshop takes place on Thursday, September 27 from 5:30 – 8 p.m. at the North Campus Research Complex. The cost is $50 for U-M registrants and $65 for non-U-M registrants.
 
Learn more or register.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Sep
17
2:00 PM14:00

Research Basics: Conducting and Obtaining Valid Informed Consent

The Research Basics workshop series is designed to present basic, introductory-level material covering concepts in clinical or health research. It is open to all study team members who are new to clinical or health research at U-M or new to any of the topics listed below.

In September 2018, Research Basics: The Fundamentals of Data Management will be available online, while the other two sessions will remain in-person. There is no registration required for the Data Management session, which will be available in September (date to be determined), in My LINC.

Topics include:

  • Fundamentals of Data Management (Online TBD September)
  • Essential Documents and Good Clinical Practice (September 10)
  • Conducting and Obtaining Valid Informed Consent (September 17)

Register here for this event.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Sep
10
2:00 PM14:00

Research Basics: Essential Documents and Good Clinical Practice

The Research Basics workshop series is designed to present basic, introductory-level material covering concepts in clinical or health research. It is open to all study team members who are new to clinical or health research at U-M or new to any of the topics listed below.

In September 2018, Research Basics: The Fundamentals of Data Management will be available online, while the other two sessions will remain in-person. There is no registration required for the Data Management session, which will be available on a TBD date in September, in My LINC.

Topics include:

  • Fundamentals of Data Management (Online TBD September)
  • Essential Documents and Good Clinical Practice (September 10)
  • Conducting and Obtaining Valid Informed Consent (September 17)

Register here for this event.

Our aim is to provide an outstanding experience for all attendees. If you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend, please find additional information on the registration page about how to request these.

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Sep
6
7:30 AM07:30

LGBTQ Inclusion as Researchers & In Research: Symposium for U-M Faculty, Staff & Students

By attending this symposium, participants will:

Learn about the range of LGBTQ research/scholarship at the University of Michigan and special issues with research/scholarship related to LGBTQ people.

Understand special issues that may affect researchers/scholars in any field who identify as LGBTQ and how to address these issues in developing a career in research. 

Learn more or register here.

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Aug
7
2:30 PM14:30

Beyond the Admin Shell: Proposal Editing 101

In this workshop, you will learn how to help researchers improve the scientific portions of their grant proposals using specific editing strategies. We will cover topics like clarity, organization, conciseness, consistency, formatting, grammar, punctuation, and spelling. At the end of the workshop, you will have a proposal editing checklist, an understanding of the editing strengths you already have, a resource sheet to guide you in filling editing gaps, and experience practicing the editing strategies on a Specific Aims page.

FREE and open to anyone!

Questions? Contact editing-workshop@umich.edu

RSVP here.

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May
31
2:30 PM14:30

Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) Workshop: Session 3 - ClinicalTrials.gov and Its Interaction with Protocols, Documents and Study Management

Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills.

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May
17
2:30 PM14:30

Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) Workshop: Session 2 - Procedures Documentation for Clinical Trials

Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills.

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May
10
2:30 PM14:30

Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) Workshop: Session 1 • Monitoring for Clinical Trials

Have you completed basic instruction in clinical research but are looking for more? The Instruction in Monitoring, Procedures Documentation and ClinicalTrials.gov (IMPACT) workshop series is designed for study team members who are ready for an intermediate level of training for clinical trials skills.

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Dec
7
1:00 PM13:00

Statistics from 32,000 Feet (Parachute Included): A Gentle Introduction to Data Analyses

  • Rachel Upjohn Building Garden Level Auditorium (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This seminar is designed for study team members who desire a reintroduction to basic statistical concepts for clinically-focused research. Presented in plain English with many illustrations, this session will cover foundational statistical concepts.

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