As we wrap up Member Appreciation Month, PRIM&R would like to highlight some of our members—individuals who work daily to advance ethical research on a daily basis. Today, we highlight Connor Bryant, Research Coordinator at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. Mr. Bryant shared with us what has shaped his professional experience so far and how PRIM&R events and programs connect him to the larger research ethics community. Read more
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PRIM&R has long prided itself on its role as a convener of divergent opinions and viewpoints. One of the ways we fulfill this role is through the development and nurturing of a diverse membership community, hailing from all parts of the research enterprise, from institutions large and small, public and private, from across the country and around the world. Read more
While change is often perceived as something to fear, armed with the right mindset, the proper tools, and a strong network, professional change can be an opportunity for something great. This sentiment encapsulates my experience joining PRIM&R and attending IACUC17! Read more
The annual Workload and Salary Survey reports offer insight into workload trends, salaries, and staffing patterns for IRB and IACUC offices. By publishing these reports, PRIM&R provides its members, and the wider research oversight committee, a valuable tool to aid in resource management. In this blog, we’ll focus on the 2015 IRB Workload and Salary Survey results. Read more
Meet Katie Gillespie, research compliance manager at Middlebury College in Middlebury, VT, and one of the two new members of PRIM&R’s Membership Committee! She is highlighted this month as a research ethics professional who is making an impact on both her institution as well as the PRIM&R community at large.
PRIM&R: When and why did you join the field?
Katie Gillespie (KG): Like many, this was a career path I didn’[...] Read more