University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Advanced Topics in Research 201

Advanced Topics in Research 201 Spring 2019

LECTURE 1: Everything Effort—Salary, Effort Reporting and MOUs (Betty Weiss)

March 14, 2019 | Room 3114 | Handout - Lecture 1: Everything Effort

Outline

  • How to calculate effort/salary for a grant
  • Why and how to do effort reporting
  • How to calculate salary when FTE is below 100% and an MOU is needed

LECTURE 2: How is Power and Sample Size Achieved? (Fay Osman)

March 28, 2019 | Room 6114 | Handout - Lecture 2: How is Power and Sample Size Achieved? (PDF)

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LECTURE 3: Tips and Suggestions for Quality Manuscripts and Publications (Fay Osman)

LECTURE 4: Subcontracts—Collaborations vs Vendors (Betty Weiss)

April 25, 2019 | Room 6114 | Handout - Lecture 4: Subcontracts—Collaborations vs Vendors

Outline

  • What is the difference between a subcontract and a vendor?
  • What paperwork is needed for a subK and what’s needed in WISPER?
  • Process to complete a vendor/PO in business services

LECTURE 5: Data Collection, Storage and Transmission (Shari Zeldin and Jennifer Bonifas)

May 9, 2019 | Room 6114 | Handout - Lecture 5: Data Collection, Storage and Transmission (PDF)

Outline

  • Data Use Agreements (DUAs)
  • How to write up data handling in your IRB applications
  • Methods to securely store and transmit data

LECTURE 6: Protocol Feasibility (Shari Zeldin)

May 23, 2019 | Room 6114 | Handout - Lecture 6: Protocol Feasibility (PDF)

Outline

  • Explain the ICTR SMPH initiative
  • What it means for individual research teams/PIs
  • How it impacts your IRB submission
  • How it is completed