Research Ethics Series - Session 4: Data Security


Location: William J. Shaw Center for Children and Families, 1602 N. Ironwood

The Shaw Center is hosting a new workshop series on how to conduct human subjects research with vulnerable populations. The series is coordinated by Jen Burke Lefever, Ph.D., managing director of the Shaw Center and vice chair of the University’s Human Subjects Institutional Review Board.
This fourth session will cover data management and dissemination with a focus on security and transparency.
All researchers (faculty, staff, and graduate students) who conduct human subjects research with vulnerable populations are welcome to attend. An RSVP is not required, but is appreciated. Let us know you are coming with this Google Form:
Content will include presentations, activities, and discussions of the day’s topic. The final 30 minutes will be allocated for discussion and feedback on issues with which researchers are currently grappling.
This session will be held in the Shaw Center conference room and snacks will be provided.