University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Introduction to Research Course

Introduction to Research—add PDFs and video

FALL 2019-Wednesdays 12:00 to 1:15

 

Introduction of ORS Team:

Betty Weiss, Dana Coshenet, Shari Zeldin, Fay Osman and Jennifer Bonifas

 

LECTURE 1: 10/2/19; Room MFCB 4156

Introduction to Research -Betty Weiss

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:  10/09/19; Room MFCB 4156

Grant Writing for Success - Betty Weiss

                        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:

                        Abstract/summary

                        Specific Aims

                        Research Strategy

                        Other sections

                        Cover letter and new 398 assignment form

            Reviewer comments

            Study section information-video/Scoring of applications

 

LECTURE 3:  10/16/19; Room MFCB 4156

Budgets, more admin parts and how to submit your grant. – Betty Weiss

                        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

D-forms         

            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: 10/23/2019; Room MFCB 4114*

HR Information -- Patrick Hanson

Recruitment and Selection (employment types, recruitment procedures,

interviewing)

What is a PVL? How do I hire?

Performance Management

            What to do if someone is not working out in the lab? 

 

 

LECTURE 5:  10/30/19; Room MFCB 4156

Introduction to the IRB Process --Nichelle Cobb

            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:  11/6/19; Room MFCB 4156

Conducting Human Subjects Research –Shari Zeldin

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 –Shari Zeldin

 

 

LECTURE 7:  11/13/19; Room MFCB 4156 –2 parts

Data Security -– Jennifer Bonifas, Mike Masse and Adam Halsted

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: 11/20/19; Room MFCB 4156

Writing statistics for grants -– Fay Osman

 

 

**No Class on November 27, 2019 due to Thanksgiving

 

 

LECTURE 9: 12/04/19  Room MFCB 4156

Post Award Management – Betty Weiss and Dana Coshenet

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: 12/11/19; Room MFCB 4156

Other Grant Management issues – Betty Weiss

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: 12/18/19; Room MFCB 4156

Common Statistical tests – Fay Osman

  • What are the common statistical tests in research
  • How to use them
  • What is considered good statistical practices

                        What are some bad statistical practices

 

Intro to Research

Research Course 201 – Spring 2019

 

LECTURE 1: March 14, 2019  Room 3114

Everything Effort: salary, effort reporting and MOU’s – Betty Weiss

            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: March 28, 2019  Room 6114

How is power and sample size achieved?  - Fay Osman

 

LECTURE 3: April 11, 2019  Room 6114

Tips and suggestions for quality Manuscripts and Publications – Fay Osman

 

LECTURE 4: April 25, 2019  Room 6114

SubContracts: Collaborations vs Vendors – Betty Weiss

          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: May 9, 2019  Room 6114

Data collection, storage & transmission – Shari Zeldin and Jennifer Bonifas

Data Use Agreements (DUAs)

How to write up data handling in your IRB applications

Methods to securely store and transmit data

 

LECTURE 6: May 23, 2019  Room 6114

 Protocol Feasibility – Shari Zeldin

Explain the ICTR SMPH initiative

What it means for individual research teams/PIs

How it impacts your IRB submission

                        How it is completed

 

 

Introduction to Research

FALL 2018-Wednesdays 12:00 to 1:15

 

Introduction of ORS Team:

Betty Weiss, Dana Coshenet, Shari Zeldin and Fay Osman 

 

LECTURE 1: October 10, 2018  Room MFCB 3114 **

HR Information -- Patrick Hanson and Jena Yohann

Recruitment and Selection (employment types, recruitment procedures,

interviewing)

What is a PVL? How do I hire?

Performance Management

            What to do if someone is not working out in the lab? 

 

LECTURE 2: October 17, 2018 Room MFCB 4156

Introduction to Research -Betty Weiss

 

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 3: October 24, 2018  Room MFCB 4156

Grant Writing for Success - Betty Weiss

           

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:

                        Abstract/summary

                        Specific Aims

                        Research Strategy

                        Other sections

                        Cover letter and new 398 assignment form

            Reviewer comments

            Study section information-video/Scoring of applications

           

 

LECTURE 4: October 31, 2018 Room MFCB 4156

Introduction to Human Subjects Research --Nichelle Cobb and Faye Lux

           

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 5: November 7, 2018  Room MFCB 4156

Conducting Human Subjects Research –Shari Zeldin

 

The ethical responsibility of conducting human subjects research

Good Clinical Practice

The Protocol

The difference between Clinical Care and Clinical Research

 

LECTURE 6: November 14, 2018 Room MFCB 4156 –2 parts

Data Security -– Jennifer Bonifas, Mike Masse and Adam Halsted

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?

 

Feasibility issues for IRB –Shari Zeldin

 

     

**No Class on November 21, 2018 due to Thanksgiving

 

 

LECTURE 7: November 28, 2018 Room MFCB 4156

Budgets, more admin parts and how to submit your grant. – Betty Weiss

                        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

D-forms         

            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

 

Combined with:

LECTURE 8: November 28, 2018 Room MFCB 4156

Post Award Management – Betty Weiss and 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 9: December 5, 2018 Room MFCB 4156

Other Grant Management issues – Betty Weiss

Tour of Post award tools – Dana Coshenet

 

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

 

Course review