Helpful Research Resources
Education and Training for Clinical Investigators:
- CIPP 907 - RESEARCH ETHICS
Various aspects of research ethics are examined, including data collection and ownership, issues in the use of human and animal subjects, responsibilities of authorship, identifying and handling conflicts of interest, scientific misconduct, the peer review system, collaborative research in academia and industry, mentor/mentee relationships, contemporary ethical issues, and the role of the scientist as a responsible member of society. Each session has a readings list assigned and involves in-depth small group discussions of relevant cases with faculty in small group discussions. Postdoctoral fellows, and students not needing the credit may sign up for the course informally, but are expected to participate fully in order to receive a letter of course completion. Grading is based on group participation and leadership of at least one group discussion. 1 Credit hours
- CIPP 909 - RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT/RESEARCH
Responsible Conduct of Research' is a campus-wide course that prepares students for the ethical responsibilities of research. Topics include scientific integrity; research ethics and the ethical decision-making process; data handling and management; authorship peer review; conflicts of interest; defining, identifying, and handling fraud and misconduct; animal and human research; genetics and reproduction; ownership of data and intellectual property; and the role of the scientist in society. The course includes lectures, seminar discussions, and class exercises. Grading is based on class participation and a written paper. 1 TO 2 Credit hours
- UMSOM Center for Innovative Biomedical Resources (CIBR) provides specialized expertise, cutting-edge technologies, and sophisticated scientific resources supporting a robust basic, clinical and translational biomedical research environment.
- Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Office Hours
- Tuesdays, 12:00 – 1:00pm
- 660 W. Redwood Street, Howard Hall, Suite 109
- The Division of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics will hold office hours. This is geared towards researchers from around campus who may be considering statistical needs, pilot studies, etc. Current faculty collaborators and students may continue to make appointments with the biostatisticians as necessary. To make an appointment, contact: Susan Holt at 410-706-8505 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Andrea Goldstein Shipper, MSLIS, Research, Education and Outreach Librarian Health Sciences and Human Services Library, UMB email@example.com
Tools for Identifying Collaborators/Mentors:
Identify Similar Funded Projects:
- Matchmaker Enter abstracts or other scientific text and Matchmaker will return a list of 100 similar projects from RePORTER.
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD):
UMB has an institutional membership to the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD).
The NCFDD is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community for graduate students, post-docs, and faculty members and are 100% dedicated to supporting academics in making successful transitions throughout their careers. As a member, you have access to their webinars and recordings and many other benefits.
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Getting Your Protocol Through the Institutional Review Board (IRB):
This seminar covered the basics of conducting human subjects research at UMB including an introduction to the Human Research Protections Program (HRPP), the basics of conducting research at UMB, including principal investigators' responsibilities, as well as a discussion of the Comprehensive Institutional Collaborative Evaluation of Research On-line (CICERO) program for submitting and reviewing human subjects research protocols. It also discussed upcoming changes to the federal regulations concerning human subjects research known as the “Common Rule”.
Speaker: Jon Mark Hirshon, MD, MPH, PhD Senior Vice Chair, IRB Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine; Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health