TAG ARCHIVES FOR AER18

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Nov2018

Hello Ampersand readers! This is my first year serving as a member of the Blog Squad. I look forward to creating helpful and interesting posts for you as PRIM&R’s 2018 Advancing Ethical Research Conference (AER18) progresses. Trained as a basic scientist, I received a PhD in Molecular Endocrinology and Biochemistry from Purdue University, and completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Indiana University School of Medicine Center for Diabetes Research. I am currently a co-chair at Pearl IRB. Read more

2
Nov2018

My path has been anything but traditional: I came to the world of academia from a long career as a circus and stunt performer and world-record competitive formation skydiver. As a member of the esoteric, misunderstood communities of professional aerial acrobats, I’ve always felt personally connected to and passionate about fieldwork and research ethics. This month, I am starting a new position at BGSU, as the new Research Compliance Officer of our university. It is a thrilling challenge for me to take on this new level of responsibility and commitment, and it makes this particular PRIM&R meeting exceptionally crucial for me. As I stand on the edge of the transition from professor/board member to official compliance officer, I’m seeking mentors and resources that can help me in my highest dive ever, into a deeper understanding of the world of human subjects research protection. I’m honored to share my reflections on this journey through the PRIM&R Blog Squad! Read more

30
Oct2018

I am thrilled to attend my second PRIM&R Advancing Ethical Research Conference (AER18) and to share my experiences as a Blog Squad member! With so many recent and forthcoming regulatory changes—the revised Common Rule, NIH single IRB of record mandate, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), just to name a few—this is an exciting time for the human research projections community, and I am delighted to explore these topics with you! Read more

16
Oct2018

Not many children would tell you that they want to be an IRB administrator when they grow up—to this day, not many people, my family included, truly understand what my job entails. In the general population there is a lot of skepticism and misinformation about what it means to be involved in research; I want to be part of a future which changes that. Read more