The Office of Research & Engagement’s Faculty Development Team is offering several training opportunities during the fall semester. These workshops range from finding funding to successful collaborations and proposal development basics. Participants develop the skills and knowledge they need to seek funding, craft proposals and advance their careers.
iMedRIS Open for Submissions
As of Monday, August 11, researchers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville can now submit their protocols electronically to the IRB office for review.
On September 1, 2014, the UT campus will complete its transition from paper to digital submissions for IRB protocols. Prior to that date, researchers may either choose to submit paper forms to the IRB office or they may log into the iMedRIS system and submit electronically.
After September 1st, new paper submissions will no longer be accepted.
iMedRIS Informational Sessions Open for Registration
Learn about the new research compliance software being implemented this fall through the Office of Research & Engagement at one of several sessions available around campus. These sessions, beginning Monday, August 4th in the Communications Building, will be an hour long and offered at various times of the day for to ensure that everyone has a chance to attend.
Online training modules available through ORE
The Office of Research & Engagement offers online-self-paced training modules for Institutional Review Board/human subjects research, the responsible conduct of research, conflicts of interest, and export control. Many of these training courses are mandatory depending on the research project and the discipline. Contact. Phone: 865-974-9310. Details