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Dec
1
Wed
2021
Communicating science training opportunity for Indiana CTSI researchers
Dec 1 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) communications team will be offering opportunities for Indiana CTSI-affiliated (which means all you have to do is work for IU, Purdue or the University of Notre Dame) researchers and staff to participate in a communicating science session each quarter of 2021.

The next session will be held on Wednesday, December 1 at 1 pm.

This hour-long event will be interactive, with opportunities to practice communicating research and research programs to a variety of audiences including colleagues, media and the public.

The training is free and open to any interested researchers, regardless of their communications experience level.

Registration information is available here.

Dec
2
Thu
2021
Health, Equity, Race, and Ethics Series: Public health ethics and adolescent reproductive health equity
Dec 2 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

On Thursday, December 2, from 12 -1 pm via Zoom, Mary Ott, MD, will apply public health ethics frameworks and the concept of least restrictive solutions to address the eroding reproductive rights of adolescents in the US, broadly, and Indiana, specifically. She will examine the marked inequities for Indiana adolescents, and discuss how policies created from public health ethics frameworks can improve sexual and reproductive health equity.

The Indiana University Center for Bioethics HERE! series examines health equity and racism through the use of diverse ethics frameworks. This will be the first seminar in the series.

Health, Equity, Race and Ethics (HERE) is a new series offered by the IU Center for Bioethics (IUCB) which features IUCB faculty and outside experts applying an ethics lens to issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Speakers will explore contemporary DEI topics in health and research using diverse ethical perspectives, including feminist ethics, narrative ethics, human rights frameworks, critical race theory, or other approaches. These talks are meant to be explorations of DEI that can broaden and deepen our understanding of methodology and theory in bioethics, and thus deepen our appreciation for problems and ways forward in equity and diversity.

Register here. 

Dec
3
Fri
2021
Fall ATP Technology Seminar Series: Biospecimen Collection and Biobanking Core
Dec 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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, December 3 from 12:00 pm – 1:00pm.

Seminar title: Overview of the newly created Biospecimen Collection and Banking Core

Speaker name and title: Anna Maria Storniolo, MD, Director, Biospecimen Collection and Banking Core

Speaker institution: Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center

Hosted by: Biospecimen Collection and Banking Core

The Biospecimen Collection and Banking Core has been created to house four separate biospecimen collection entities which were part of the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center. This talk will share which facilities are included and what services the Core will offer. Bring any questions you might have on the collection, processing and use of biospecimens in your research.

Register here. 

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.

Dec
17
Fri
2021
Fall ATP Technology Seminar Series: Flow Cytometry Core Facility
Dec 17 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

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, December 17 from 12:00 pm – 1:00pm.

Hosted by: Flow Cytometry Core Facility, Indiana University-Bloomington

Register here. 

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.

Jan
13
Thu
2022
Research Misconduct Webinar Series: The by-line and its impact
Jan 13 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Think Research Misconduct Allegations Can’t Happen to you? Think again!

Research misconduct allegations at IU 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 ongoing webinar series, IU Research Integrity Office (RIO) staff 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. 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.

Join us for the second session in the series: The by-line and its impact, which will be on Thursday, January 13, 2022 from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.

Learn how authorship decisions can lead to research misconduct allegations, and what to do about it. Research Integrity Office staff will highlight several examples from recent cases and faculty colleagues will share best practices for determining and documenting authorship, as well as strategies for avoiding authorship disputes.

Presenters:

  • Shelley Bizila, MS — Director & Research Integrity Officer, Research Integrity Office, IU Office of Research Compliance
  • Victoria L. Champion, PhD, RN, FAAN — Distinguished Professor, Edward and Sarah Stam Cullipher Endowed Chair, IU School of Nursing
  • Julie Manning Magid, JD — Executive & Academic Director, Randal L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence, Professor of Business Law, Kelley School of Business

With an introduction by:

  • Dr. Rick Van Kooten, Executive Dean and Professor of Physics, College of Arts & Sciences, IU Bloomington

The event is co-hosted by the Office of the Vice President for Research, Office of Research Compliance, and IU School of Medicine.

Register here and learn more about the series, including future sessions.

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