Events

Understanding My Data Management Role: How to Comply with the NIH Policy

Course Objective Data management responsibilities extend beyond just the PI or researcher who created or collected the data. Various parties are involved in the research process and may play a role in ensuring good quality data stewardship. It is essential that the roles and responsibilities of data management are clearly defined and assigned, rather than […]

Do Right by Your Data: Defeating Bias(es) in the Multiverse of Research

Course Objective Join this panel as they address: Diverse sources of bias, and how current experimental design, data management, and statistical practices attenuate their potential to confound research Ethical considerations when researchers make choices about the acquisition, use, analysis, and interpretation of data How different data management and data sharing practices can support or undermine […]

Oops! (I Did It Again): Issues with Human Subjects Research Data

Course Objective What happens when something goes wrong with human subjects research data? Is it an IRB or regulatory issue? What corrective actions need to happen, if any? When do I have to notify my participants? Expert(s): Kim Serpico, MEd, CIP, Associate Director of IRB Operations, Office of Regulatory Affairs and Research Compliance, Harvard T.H. […]

Ask an Expert: NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy

HMS Longwood Campus 25 Shattuck St, Boston, MA

So, you want to write an NIH grant and need to know more about their new policy on Data Management & Sharing Plans? Stop by the Countway Library to learn […]

Research Management with Open Science Framework

The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open-source project management tool to help scholars manage their workflow, organize their materials, and share all or part of a project with […]