The NIH requires that all graduate students and postdoctoral appointees receive continued instruction on the responsible conduct of research (RCR) throughout their training.  As part of ongoing efforts to satisfy this requirement, the University of Rochester sponsors periodic RCR lectures and workshops, including an annual lecture of biomedical and health science research ethics. 
In addition to completing the Ethics and Professional Integrity in Research Course (IND501/506), all graduate students and postdoctoral appointees are expected to attend the annual research ethics lecture.
The 10th Annual Lecture on Biomedical and Health Science Research Ethics will be given by David Fajgenbaum, MD, MBA, MSc, from Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania.
Title: “From Chasing My Cure to Chasing Our Cures: Lessons learned as a physician, patient, and researcher”
A Q&A session with Dr. Fajgenbaum will follow the lecture at 4:00pm.
All graduate students and postdoctoral appointees are required to attend this special lecture as a part of ongoing efforts for continued RCR instruction.

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