OHRP New Lecture series
The Division of Education and Development has launched its new Luminaries Lecture Series, featuring talks by esteemed individuals with thought-provoking insights on human subjects research protections. The series is intended to be of broad interest to investigators and IRB professionals, as well as anyone involved in human subjects research.
Some of the featured lectures include:
- Dr. Celia Fisher on “Ethics and Social Justice in Health Research Involving Vulnerable Adolescents” and
- Dr. Richard Gorman considering the question “How Do You Know What You Think You Know?”
To view the current Luminaries Lectures available, visit: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/education-and-outreach/luminaries-lecture-series/index.html.
For training and assistance, you may call, e-mail, or visit the IRB office.
Please see the contact information below:
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm
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Kristen Katopol Contact Information
Director of the Human Subjects Protection Program (IRB)
For eRIC related issues please contact eRIC help at the following:
These training sessions will include specific topics relevant to the Georgetown University research community as well as broader topics providing information on the rules, regulations, and ethical principles governing research involving human subjects.
Please contact the IRB directly at email@example.com for IRB member training dates/times.
Statistical and Bio-information Consultation Services
Free statistical and bioinformatics consultation services are offered every Monday from 1:00-2:00 pm by appointment only for all members of the GU community.
Contact: Lindsay Seindenberg
Phone: (202) 687-0824
For more information please visit http://biostatistics.georgetown.edu/consulting/#Free_consults