The next IU McKinney Hall Center for Law & Health: Virtual Grand Rounds event will be, “Governing Secondary Research Use of Health Data and Specimens,” a talk by Kayte Spector-Bagdady, JD, MBioethics, Associate Director of the Center for Bioethics & Social Sciences in Medicine and Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Michigan Medical School. This event will be on Tuesday, September 28 from 1 – 2 pm.
Some of the most promising recent advances in health research offer opportunities to improve diagnosis and therapy for millions of patients. They also require access to massive collections of health data and specimens. This need has generated an aggressive and lucrative push toward amassing troves of human data and biospecimens within academia and private industry. But the differences between the strict regulations that govern federally funded researchers in academic medical centers (AMCs) versus those that apply to the collection of health data and specimens by industry can entrench disparities. This presentation will discuss the value of secondary research with data and specimens and analyze why AMCs have been put at a disadvantage as compared to industry in amassing the large datasets that enable this work. It will explore the limitations of this current governance structure and propose that, moving forward, AMCs should set their own standards for commercialization of the data and specimens they generate in-house, the ability of their researchers to use industry data for their own work, and baseline informed consent standards for their own patients in order to ensure future data accessibility.
1.0 hour Indiana DE CLE credit
Research misconduct allegations at Indiana University continue to rise, and have a huge impact on the affected researchers, their colleagues, and their research. Falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism can happen in any discipline, on any campus, and often looks very different from the research misconduct cases in the headlines. In this new webinar series, IU Research Integrity Office (RIO) staff will join faculty members who adjudicate research misconduct cases to discuss the causes and consequences of research misconduct and share lessons learned from real cases right here at IU. You will learn what falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism look like in real life, how research misconduct allegations can affect you and your research, and approaches for preventing research misconduct, and research misconduct allegations, in your own labs and research teams.
The first session, “Small mistakes, big consequences,” will be on Wednesday, October 6, 2021 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm.
Many research misconduct allegations stem from sloppy mistakes or poor documentation practices. Research Integrity Office staff will highlight several examples from recent cases and faculty colleagues will offer potential solutions for ensuring protocol compliance.
- Shelley Bizila, MS, Director & Research Integrity Officer, Research Integrity Office, IU Office of Research Compliance
- Christopher M. Callahan, MD, MACP, Chief Research and Development Officer, Eskenazi Health; Professor, IU School of Medicine; Scientist, IU Center for Aging Research at Regenstrief Institute
- Matthew R. Allen, PhD, Assistant Dean, Faculty Affairs and Professional Development; Professor, Department of Anatomy, Cell Biology & Physiology; Chair, IU Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), IU School of Medicine; Co-Director, Workforce Development, Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI)
With introductions by:
- Fred Cate, Vice President for Research, IU, Distinguished Professor and C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law
- Tatiana Foroud, PhD, Executive Associate Dean for Research Affairs, Chair, Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics, IU School of Medicine
This series is intended for research faculty, research business administrators, research coordinators, research technicians, post docs and graduate students within IU to provide the opportunity to identify research misconduct and discuss approaches for preventing it.
Indiana University looks forward to hosting the Midwestern Universities for Global Health 8th annual conference that brings together faculty and students from more than 30 academic institutions across the US Midwest and their global partners to discuss global health issues, share best practices, and network with colleagues. The conference will be on Thursday, October 7 from 9 am – 12 pm (EDT). The theme will be, “Healthcare System Resiliency in the Face of Health Disasters.”
Keynote speaker: Dean Lukoye Atwoli, Aga Khan University Medical College, East Africa
Sessions will include:
- Reciprocal innovation
- Oral presentations followed by Q&A of top 3 poster presentations based on the “Healthcare System Resiliency” theme
- Midwest CUGH Partner Session including global partner representation
The Women in Global Health – Midwest Chapter’s Fall Meeting will be on Thursday, October 7 from 12 pm – 3 pm (EST). This event will highlight several Indiana University faculty members engaged in global health.
Women in Global Health (WGH) is an organization built on a global movement that brings together all genders and backgrounds to achieve gender equality in global health leadership. WGH creates a platform for discussions and collaborative space for leadership, facilitates specific education and training, garners support and commitment from the global community, and demands for Gender Transformative Leadership. Our specific chapter, WGH-Midwest, specifically focuses on bringing together Midwestern academic institutions to further advance gender equity and the role of women in global health.
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) Research Core Technology Seminar Series is resuming for the fall. The next event will be on Friday, October 8 from 12:00 pm – 1:00pm.
This event will be hosted by the Molecular Evolution, Protein Engineering, and Production Facility.
The purpose of this seminar series is to inform investigators about how existing or new technologies offered by the core facilities at Indiana University, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame could be useful in advancing their research.
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) and Indiana University Center for Global Health welcome Dr. Roger Glass, director of the Fogarty International Center and associate director for International Research at the National Institutes of Health as the keynote speaker for the 2021 Reciprocal Innovation Stakeholder Meeting. Join your colleagues to discuss the concept of reciprocal innovation and knowledge gained during the COVID-19 pandemic to strengthen health systems.
The keynote presentation by Dr. Glass will be followed by an interactive panel of global health leaders on Wednesday, October 13 from 8-10 a.m. (EDT)/ 3-5 p.m. (EAT).
For questions, contact Rish O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Indiana Life Sciences Summit drives conversations and provides content on important and timely topics with speakers from Indiana’s life sciences community. Coming out of a global pandemic, this year’s virtual conference will focus on opportunities for the life sciences sector based on lessons learned, what needs to change and how to innovate moving forward.
Local and national thought leaders will provide their insights and perspectives; BioCrossroads will present their annual Watanabe Life Science Champion of the Year award; and they hope to have some surprises, too.
Keynote speaker line up:
- Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, former Chief Patient Officer and Executive Vice President of Pfizer, Inc.
- Dennis Murphy, President and CEO, IU Health
- Dr. Virginia A. Caine, Director, Marion County Public Health Department
- Dr. Anthony Philppakis, Chief Data Scientist, Broad Institute
- Dr. Peter Kim, Director, Therapeutics Research Program, Division of AIDS, NIAID, NIH
- Dr. Richard DiMarchi, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Gill Chair in Biomolecular Sciences, Indiana University
WHEN: Wednesday, October 13, 2021 From 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
WHERE: Online VIRTUAL Event
InJAC meets monthly on the second Thursday of every month.
The Indiana Joint Asthma Coalition (InJAC) develops and promotes Indiana’s statewide strategic plan, in collaboration with health departments, and stakeholders, and partner agencies in rural and urban communities to: improve quality of care, reduce environmental triggers, provide asthma-related trainings and presentations to healthcare professionals, schools, non-profit organizations, hospitals, local health departments, and partner agencies, and increase public awareness of asthma as a serious chronic disease and improve the knowledge and skills of patients regarding detection, treatment, and control of asthma, particularly among high-risk populations.
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Meeting ID: 842 2420 9731