Research Seminars 2021 - 2022

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Understanding and Navigating IRB Manager (Part-1 of a 3-part series) 9/21/2021

Tricia Mayhew-Noel
Director, Research Compliance & Ethics (RCE)

This 3-part seminar aimed specifically for CCNY Principal Investigators, Researchers, Advisors, administrative staff and students, who prepare or submit human subjects research applications for IRB review and determination.

The training will target the submission and application process within IRB Manager, and will include the following:

  • Logging in with your CUNYFirst credentials.
  • Creating New Submissions.
  • Submitting Amendments, Continuing Reviews, Proxy Submissions and Final Reports.
  • Reporting Events.
  • Copying Existing Applications for new Submissions

The dates and times are as followed with the varying Zoom meeting links:
September 21st, 1-2pm
September 29th, 1-2pm
October 4th, 1-2pm

See Internal Email Notices for Zoom Meeting Links

Understanding and Navigating IRB Manager (Part-2 of a 3-part series) 9/29/2021

Tricia Mayhew-Noel
Director, Research Compliance & Ethics (RCE)

This 3-part seminar aimed specifically for CCNY Principal Investigators, Researchers, Advisors, administrative staff and students, who prepare or submit human subjects research applications for IRB review and determination.

The training will target the submission and application process within IRB Manager, and will include the following:

  • Logging in with your CUNYFirst credentials.
  • Creating New Submissions.
  • Submitting Amendments, Continuing Reviews, Proxy Submissions and Final Reports.
  • Reporting Events.
  • Copying Existing Applications for new Submissions

The dates and times are as followed with the varying Zoom meeting links:
September 29th, 1-2pm
October 4th, 1-2pm

See Internal Email Notices for Zoom Meeting Links

Understanding and Navigating IRB Manager (Part-3 of a 3-part series) 10/4/2021

Tricia Mayhew-Noel
Director, Research Compliance & Ethics (RCE)

This 3-part seminar aimed specifically for CCNY Principal Investigators, Researchers, Advisors, administrative staff and students, who prepare or submit human subjects research applications for IRB review and determination.

The training will target the submission and application process within IRB Manager, and will include the following:

  • Logging in with your CUNYFirst credentials.
  • Creating New Submissions.
  • Submitting Amendments, Continuing Reviews, Proxy Submissions and Final Reports.
  • Reporting Events.
  • Copying Existing Applications for new Submissions

The date and time for this final part of a 3-part series seminar is as followed
October 4th, 1-2pm

See Internal Email Notices for Zoom Meeting Links

Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC)/Lab and Radiation Safety - 10/14/2021

Richard Belgrave
Director, Environmental Health & Occupational Safety (EHOS)

This seminar will provide details regarding the required NIH Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) and the Environmental Health and Occupation Safety (EHOS) lab and radiation safety guidelines and procedures. -- [Recording]

 

College-Wide Research Vision

The Office of Research of the City College of New York announces a competition for seed funding and invites the CCNY community to harness paradigm shifting fundamental research to address challenging real-world problems by connecting diverse disciplines, techniques, and ways of thinking.  To achieve these objectives, faculty from different disciplines must share knowledge, ask questions from multiple angles, collaborate on research, and tear down academic barriers. The College-wide Research Vision (CRV) aims to remove academic silos and foster research that addresses the toughest questions facing humanity and that has practical implications for New York City, the nation and the world.  CRV will support researchers as they form inter-divisional teams tasked with investigating urgent issues, the results of which will have direct impact.  We are looking for work that may portend solutions attainable in less than a decade.  These projects must be rooted in collaboration to produce practical solutions to social, environmental, economic, cultural, political and humanitarian challenges. The collaborative team must commit to seek funding to grow and sustain the effort during and after an initial three-year period of internal funding.

 

Timeline

  • CRV Announcement – October 1, 2021
  • College-wide CRV Town Hall – October 21, 2021 [Recording]
  • Deadline for submission of Concept papers – December 1, 2021
  • CRC Review of Concept Papers and potential teams – December 2021 - January 2022
  • Coordination/Facilitation of potential CRV Teams – January – March 2022
  • Presentation to CRC of the Select Concept Papers/teams – April 2022
  • College Coordination – May 2022
  • Final Selection of CRV Team – June 2022
  • Commencement of the CRV Project – July 2022
     

IRBManager Training

Tricia Mayhew-Noel
Director, Research Compliance & Ethics (RCE)

This training aimed specifically for CCNY Principal Investigators, Researchers, Advisors, administrative staff and students, who prepare or submit human subjects research applications for IRB review and determination.

The training will target the submission and application process within IRB Manager, and will include the following:

  • Logging in with your CUNYFirst credentials.
  • Creating New Submissions.
  • Submitting Amendments, Continuing Reviews, Proxy Submissions and Final Reports.
  • Reporting Events.
  • Copying Existing Applications for new Submissions

Links: [Power Point File] [Seminar Recording]

Last Updated: 11/15/2021 13:46