The fall session of Responsible Conduct of Research (“RCR”) is scheduled for Friday, August 24th, from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm in room 130 of Palko Hall. RCR training is beneficial for any person involved in research and should be taken no less than once every four years. TCU requires RCR training for any student (graduate and undergraduate) paid from grant funds and all postdoctoral researchers. Principal investigators/lead researchers are responsible for ensuring that their research team is properly trained. If you are a principal investigator/lead researcher and have anyone under your supervision who is required to take this training, please provide the following information:
The fall session of Responsible Conduct of Research (“RCR”) is scheduled for Friday, August 24th, from 1:00 pm until 4:00 pm in room 130 of Palko Hall.
The training will focus on ethical issues in research and be divided into two sessions.
The first session will be a presentation by Dr. Tim Barth, Interim Associate Provost for Research on important RCR topics including Conflict of Interest, Research Misconduct, Data Management and Authorship, and Human and Animal Subjects research.
The second session will offer an interactive case study on research misconduct and provide an overview of the various research committees. You are required to attend this training.
Please register by sending an email from your TCU email address to email@example.com.
If you have any questions, please contact Lorrie Branson, Director of Research Compliance and Training, at 817.257.4266 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Otherwise, the Office of Research looks forward to your attendance and participation.