Participants in this program will learn how to better coach and counsel other less-experienced mentors as well as enhance their own interpersonal skills for mutually beneficial mentor-mentee interactions. Applications are due September 16.
Starting in September, MICHR will offer Research Basics training online. Research Basics is currently a three-part series for Study Team members who work in health-related research. The new online portions of this training will soon be freely available, anytime, anywhere with internet access and will be replacing parts of the in-person training.
Study team members are invited to apply to a new working group, intended to allow them to share knowledge, experience, and skills related to study team training and education at the University of Michigan.
DataDirect Recruitment Mode is a new resource available to clinical researchers to view upcoming clinic schedules for more targeted recruitment efforts.
MICHR has established a Applied Biostatistical Sciences (ABS) Network that catalyzes a campus-wide community of biostatisticians and develops novel resources. The next event is scheduled for June 21 with Regina Nuzzo, PhD, Stats Professor at Gallaudet University and Freelance Journalist, presenting on Statistics and Data Science Communication: Tips and Tricks for a New Model of Engagement.