Instructors: Drs. Hargraves and Donaldson
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Working with a Mentor
Research Community and the Responsible Conduct of Research
How to Read a Scientific Article - Authorship
Research Questions and Hypothesis
Ever wondered what tools one needs to become a researcher?
The goal of this course is to provide you with the introductory skills to both evaluate and carry out biomedical research. We, the facilitators for this course, will introduce you to some of the basic skills and tools used in research in the biomedical sciences.
The primary text book for this course Scientific Integrity (fourth edition) by Francis L. Macrina. You may check out the e-version of this book from Cabell Library.
Upon completion of this course you will acquire skills in the following areas
Research Process Skills:
Please contact Dr. Teraya Donaldson at firstname.lastname@example.org, if there are problems with accessing course content.
Additional topic of interest:
Some of you may be engaging in basic human or animal related research, thus you may need to complete addition CITI modules as required by your research laboratory. Information the RCR CITI training can be found on the VCU Office of Research and Innovation Responsible Conduct of Research Page: http://www.research.vcu.edu/responsible_conduct/
If you have alreay completed the RCR CITI training then there is not need to complete the training again. For information about the CITI RCR course please visit the CITI website: https://about.citiprogram.org/en/series/responsible-conduct-of-research-rcr/
For information on registering for the on-line course follow the instructions for new subscribers. http://www.research.vcu.edu/human_research/new_subscribers.pdf
To access the actual training you will need your VCU eid and e-mail when you go to the CITI website. To access the CITI training modules you should go to the following CITI website: https://www.citiprogram.org/ .