A Research Training Opportunity for Faculty, Coordinators, Budget & Regulatory Staff

This program is designed for young investigators and research staff who are new to research (possibly within the first 2 months of starting in research). It provides an overview of how to implement a sponsored or investigator-initiated study, including key clinical, regulatory and financial requirements. The goals are to provide basic tools, familiarize attendees with research study terms, and help those new to research avoid common pitfalls. This is not an all-encompassing research program, but a primer to build upon.

At this time there is no cost for the program. It is offered the fourth Thursday of each month, and attendees may earn 4 AMAPRA Category 1 CME credits. The CCTS strongly encourages new faculty, coordinators, budget and regulatory staff to attend.   

WHEN: September 26, November 21, January 30, March 19, May 28 
TIME: 8am-12pm
WHERE: Pittman Center for Advanced Medical Studies (PCAMS) - 1924 7th Avenue South
REGISTER: Download the registration form. Save to your computer. Fill-out and then email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Registration is limited, so please register early. 


8:00 Overview 
8:20 Introduction and GCP
9:00 Roles and Responsibilities
9:40 Break
9:50 Pre Study
10:30 During the Study
11:00 Break
11:10 Post Study
11:45 Posttest and closing

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