From funding to innovation, let the Office of Research be your guide!
Join the Office of Research as they launch a riveting book study covering the harm and controversies human beings face both historically and today in the name of research. As we read and discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta lacks by Rebecca Skloot, we'll cover racism, vulnerable populations, research ethics, patent rights, and so much more.
The IRB Book club will meet every Thursday from 4-5 PM from September 17th-November 19th.
Chapters & Content to be covered over the ten week period:
September 17 - Chapters 1-4: Consent to Participate in Research
September 24 - Chapters 5-8: Gender and Race Equality, Ethical Considerations
October 1 - Chapters 9-12: Segregation, Benevolent Deception, and Coercion
October 8 - Chapters 13-16: Benefits of Research, Publication and Authorship
October 15 - Chapters 17-20: Protecting Vulnerable Populations, Public Trust
October 22 - Chapters 21-24: HIPAA
October 29 - Chapters 25-28: Patent Law, Fiduciary & Financial Interests
November 5 - Chapters 29-32: Trust and Reporting your Research
November 12 - Chapters 33-35: Certificates of Confidentiality
November 19 - Chapters 36-38: Ethical Challenges and Considerations Moving Forward
Advance registration is required and will close at 2 hours prior to the event start time on the event date.
Upon completing the Eventbrite form for each individual event date, registrants will receive a confirmation email immediately with links to add the webinar to an online calendar of choice. Instructions for HOW TO JOIN the online event will be emailed to registrants 2 hours prior to the event start time on the event date.
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About our virtual platform:
This live event will be offered through Microsoft (MS) Teams. Attendees should be able to view the live stream video via any internet browser by copy/pasting the attendee link into the address bar; however, we do recommend installing the MS Teams app on your computer/smart device prior to the event for the best user experience.
Here is a list of helpful How-To's for MS Teams, including instructions for downloading and installing: https://utdallas.edu/oit/howto/microsoft-teams/. If you are affiliated with UT Dallas, you can also contact the UTD Help Desk via live chat, phone or email (contact info shown in the above-referenced How-To link).
Thursday, September 17 at 4:00pm to 5:00pmVirtual Event
Persons with disabilities may submit a request for accommodations to participate in this event at UT Dallas' ADA website. You may also call (972) 883-5331 for assistance or send an email to ADACoordinator@utdallas.edu. All requests should be received no later than 2 business days prior to the event.