BWH Introduction to Clinical Research

Registration is required

Thursday, September 10, 2015 from 8:30am-6:00pm
One Brigham Circle, Room 4-002B

Schedule : Thursday, September 8th from 8:30am - 5:00pm

The Center for Clinical Investigation is pleased to announce the dates for the 13th Annual BWH Introduction to Clinical Research Course. This intensive daylong course of lectures and small breakout group discussions covers the fundamentals of clinical research and is for junior faculty, advanced residents, fellows and postdocs who would like to be better prepared to design and conduct their own research at BWH. This is a unique opportunity to learn from and meet with experienced clinical researchers at BWH who will provide you with the tools and resources to facilitate your research at this institution.

Breakfast refreshments and lunch will be provided.


Lectures Include:
   What it Takes to be a Successful Clinical Investigator at BWH
   How to Apply for a K23 Award
   What Does the IRB Really Want?
   How to Add a Genetic Component to Your Project
   Getting Funded
   The Nuts and Bolts of Clinical Trials
   Next Steps for Clinical Research Education
   Resource Overview

CME credit is pending approval.

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
1) Understand the correct conduct and practices of clinical research, as well as comply with new policies, practices, etc.
2) Recognize the various roles and responsibilities of the research team in the conduct of clinical research.
3) Identify the clinical research resources available within the hospital and greater research community.

Course director:
Danny Pallin, MD, MPH
Course Planner:
Stacey Brown, MS

Audience: Investigator
Contact info:, 617-525-7654
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