Research Project Lifecycle seminar series coming Oct. 16

September 25, 2018  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, Oct. 16, when the U-M Medical School Office of Research will sponsor a seminar series highlighting the different stages of the Research Project Lifecycle at U-M.

The special event will run from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. in the south atrium of NCRC Building 10.

It is being hosted in collaboration with the annual NCRC Expo, and attendees will receive free breakfast and lunch.

Sessions include:

9 a.m.       
Mind Your P’s & U’s: Faculty Support for Large-Scale Grants

Guest Speaker: Beth LaPensee, Ph.D., project manager, MICHR
Continental breakfast provided

10 a.m.     
10 in 60: Ten Partnerships for Human Research Regulatory Review

Guest Speaker: Ray-Nitra Reynolds, M.L.I.S., C.I.P., education coordinator, IRBMED

11 a.m.            
Hiring the Leaders & Best: How to Recruit, Interview and Hire Top Team Members for Your Lab

Guest Speaker: Tarnisha McLaughlin-Grayson, training specialist, Michigan Medicine Human Resources

12:30 p.m.     
What’s Old is New Again: Subcloning in the Vector Core

Guest Speaker: Tom Lanigan, Ph.D., director, Vector Core
Lunch provided

1:30 p.m.        
Design Thinking for Medical Innovation

Guest Speakers:
Michelle Larkin, M.S.E., biomedical innovation specialist, Fast Forward Medical Innovation
Grace Murphy, commercialization education coordinator, Fast Forward Medical Innovation

Click here for more information and register here.

Questions? Contact Ann Curtis at