D.C.Research Collaborative: A Regional Connections Event
The George Washington University and Children's National Health System
As part of an ongoing effort to foster collaboration within the D.C. research community, the George Washington University and Children's National Health System invite you to attend "D.C. Research Collaborative: A Regional Connections Event. "
This event is free to research compliance professionals, research coordinators, and investigators serving the greater D.C. metropolitan area. Morning sessions will focus on regulations such changes to the Common Rule and the single IRB mandate. Afternoon sessions will feature presenters on biobanking and conducting research with non-English speakers.
Featured speakers include:
- Misti Ault Anderson, Senior Advisor for Public Health Education, Division of Education and Development, HHS Office for Human Research Protections;
- Michelle A. Culp, BSN, MPH, Director of Clinical Operations, Division of Clinical Innovation, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences;
- Valery Gordon, PhD, MPH, Director, Clinical Research Policy Program, Office of Science Policy, Office of the Director, National Institutes of Health; and
- Sara Hull, PhD, Chair NHGRI Institutional Review Board, Director, NHGRI Bioethics Core, National Institutes of Health
Space is limited to 300 attendees, so please RSVP before April 24, 2017.
This event is made possible with funding by PRIM&R Regional Connections and support from the Clinical and Translational Science Institute at Children's National (CTSI-CN).
Continuing education credits for CIP and CCRC will be offered (3.5 hours).