Introduction to Research 101 Fall 2019
LECTURE 1: Introduction to Research (Betty Weiss)
October 2, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 1: Introduction to Research (PDF)
- Introduction of ORS Team: Betty Weiss, Dana Coshenet, Shari Zeldin, Fay Osman and Jennifer Bonifas
- What is research—where do I begin?
- Types of research?
- Basic research, clinical research v. clinical trials
- New clinical trials definition
- Resources and information found in DOM, SMPH, or RSP?
- How do I get funding to start my project—where do I begin?
- Funding for your idea
- Internal/agency grants/federal grants
- How to search for opportunities (Including grants.gov)
- Other search tools
- What is DHHS? What is NIH?
- NIH structure/mission
- Funding opportunities
- Language of NIH
- Register in commons
- Types of grants
- What opportunities can I apply for in the different stages of my career?
- Career award opportunities
LECTURE 2: Grant Writing for Success (Betty Weiss)
October 9, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 2: Grant Writing for Success (PDF)
- Keys to success in Grant Writing
- 10 steps to success
- NIH RePORTer
- Where do I start writing?
- Plan ahead/create time/good grantsmanship
- Parts of a grant:
- Specific aims
- Research strategy
- Other sections
- Cover letter and new 398 assignment form
- Reviewer comments
- Study section information-video/scoring of applications
LECTURE 3: Budgets, More Admin Parts and How to Submit Your Grant (Betty Weiss)
October 16, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 3: Budgets, More Admin, Submit Grant (PDF)
- Budget basics: direct vs indirect costs
- Types of budgets
- Modular v. detailed
- What are allowable and unallowable costs?
- What is F&A and other frequently asked questions
- Rigor and reproducibility
- New-E-forms – effective Jan 25, 2018
- How do I submit a grant?
- UW approval requirements
- WISPER for internal routing
- Cayuse for federal submissions
LECTURE 4: HR Information (Patrick Hanson)
October 23, 2019 | Room MFCB 4114* | Handout - Lecture 4: HR (PDF)
- Recruitment and Selection (employment types, recruitment procedures,
- What is a PVL? How do I hire?
- Performance management
- What to do if someone is not working out in the lab?
LECTURE 5: Introduction to the IRB Process (Nichelle Cobb)
October 30, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 5: Intro to IRB (PDF)
- Regulations and policies
- Revised Common Rule
- New: NIH single IRB requirement
- Definition of human subjects research
- Common Rule
- Not HS research
- Exempt research
- How to start the IRB review process?
- Which IRB to use
- Training Requirements
- Conflict of Interest (COI)
- IRB review process
- After approval
- Funding issues
LECTURE 6: Conducting Human Subjects Research (Shari Zeldin)
November 6, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 6: Human Subjects Research (PDF)
- The ethical responsibility of conducting human subjects research
- Good clinical practice
- The protocol
- The difference between clinical care and clinical research
- Feasibility issues for IRB
LECTURE 7: Data Security (Jennifer Bonifas, Mike Masse and Adam Halstead)
November 13, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 (2 parts)
- What data storage is available and provided by DOM?
- How secure is this storage service?
- Will my research involve PHI?
- Who can help make sure the PHI will meet HIPAA compliance or other agency compliance?
- What can I do to protect research data?
- Who is responsible for access controls?
LECTURE 8: Writing Statistics for Grants (Fay Osman)
November 20, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 8: Statistics (PDF)
LECTURE 9 & 10: Post-award Management (Betty Weiss and Dana Coshenet) and Other Grant Management Issues (Betty Weiss)
December 11, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lectures 9 & 10: Post-Award Management, Other Issues (PDF)
Lecture 9 Outline
- Tour of post-award tools (Dana Coshenet)
- Responsibility/accountability lies with the PI
- How do I manage my accounts? Who is available to help me?
- How is post-award management handled?
- What are allowable costs?
- What can I see in WISDM?
- What are PI tools?
- DOM queries available
- Financial progress reports
- Financial grant close out
Lecture 10 Outline
- Roles and responsibility of NIH
- Role and responsibility at UW
- Effort reporting (ECRT)
- How does salary match up with effort reporting?
- NIH biosketch and other support
- PMCID numbers
- Other support pages
- PMCID numbers
- NoA and check in Commons
- What is JIT?
- Notice of Award (NoA)
- What’s needed for a progress report? How do I use RPPR?
- Account set-up
- Transferring grants to or from UW
- How do I request a no-cost extension?
- Final scientific report to close out/financial close out
LECTURE 11: Common Statistical Tests (Fay Osman)
December 18, 2019 | Room MFCB 4156 | Handout - Lecture 11: Common Statistical Tests (PDF)
- What are the common statistical tests in research
- How to use them
- What is considered good statistical practices
- What are some bad statistical practices