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Across the research enterprise, understanding responsible conduct of research (RCR) is critical.  Colleges/Schools at the Unviersity of Utah, as well as the NIH and NSF require training about RCR. The Office of Research Education (REd) deliversclasses, either  in-person and/or online, designed for faculty, staff, and students to customize their RCR education. . REd classes are designed to meet or exceed all NIH and NSF requirements for RCR training. In addition, the Department of Philosophy offers a semester-long Research Ethics class for credit for students (click here for more information).  For more information about what NIH requires for these trainings, please click on this link:  https://www.training.nih.gov/rcr_and_applying_for_nih_training_grants

 


Please CLICK HERE to view all Research Education RCR training opportunities.

 

 

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PI  KNOWLEDGE ASSETS

The PIKA online classes are designed to be a resource for PI’s who conduct research at the University of Utah. Classes fall into one of two categories:
1) executive summaries for quick reference, and
2) longer, and more in-depth courses for more complex topics.

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RIGOR AND REPRODUCIBILITY

The NIH as well as many Colleges/Schools require research Rigor and Reproducibility education. The Research Education Department has many courses that are in-person and/or online that are designed for faculty and students to be able to customize their education in Rigor and Reproducibility.

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RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH

The NIH and NSF as well as many Colleges/Schools require education about the Responsible Conduct of Research. The Research Education Department has many courses that in-person and/or online and semester based that are designed for faculty and students to be able to customize their education in the Responsible Conduct of Research.

Last Updated: 9/1/20