Career Development Seminar Series

Career Development Seminars are periodic workshops and presentations open to all trainees, faculty and staff on professional development, best practices, resources and guidelines pertaining to research.

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Dissemination & Implementation Research Workshops

The goal of this two-day workshop is to help participants gain introductory knowledge and applied skills with D&I research as well as connect with other like-minded investigators!

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Genomics in Medicine Seminar

The Genomics in Medicine seminar series offers attendees a practical background in molecular biology and genetics, an introduction to genomics technologies and research, and an understanding of the clinical application of genomics knowledge.

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Necessary Elements

Necessary Elements in the Fundamentals of Human Subjects Research is a workshop introduction to clinical research at Washington University, offered twice a year by the Human Research Protection Office for newly hired clinical research staff. The course is intended to provide participants with information from as many regulatory and clinical areas involved in human subjects research as possible so that the attendees are exposed to the research enterprise that governs research as well as the various types of studies found under the umbrella of human subjects research. There is a small cost to take this course.

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SLeD (K Awards) Seminar Series

The Scientific Leadership and Development Seminars are targeted towards junior faculty conducting multidisciplinary clinical and translational research. We conduct multiple one-hour seminars throughout the academic year, focused on career development topics that are relevant to those who have an independent or career development K award.

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