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NUgrant training opportunities
Training sessions to help faculty and staff get up to speed with various modules in NUgrant, UNL’s electronic research administration system, are scheduled for February through May.
All sessions will be in room 201 of the Alexander West building, 312 N. 14th St. Each workshop is offered at least twice. Register online for one or all of the sessions. Session titles, dates, times, descriptions and instructors are:
NUgrant Basics: Feb. 24, March 31, April 28 or May 26, 1-2:30 p.m. This session is for anyone who uses NUgrant and covers logging on, submitting and routing a proposal and using basic reporting features. It's taught by Mike Behne, associate director of sponsored programs.
Filing IRB Protocols/Submitting Interest Reporting Forms: March 31 or May 26, 2:30-4 p.m. These sessions are for faculty and others who use human subjects in research and teaching. Part 1 covers submitting new IRB protocols, applying for continuing review and requesting approval for modifications. Part 2 explains UNL's interest reporting requirements and the process for submitting the IRF through NUgrant. Instructors will be Becky Freeman, IRB and research compliance coordinator, and Sara Conrad, research compliance services manager.
Filing IBC Protocols: Feb. 24 or April 28, 2:30-3:30 p.m. This is for faculty and staff who engage in any clinical/diagnostic, research and teaching activities that involve the use or study of recombinant nucleic acids; human, animal and plant pathogens; bloodborne pathogens; and certain transgenic animals and plants that are subject to UNL biosafety guidelines. It covers Institutional Biosafety Committee requirements and how to file IBC protocols electronically through NUgrant. The instructor is Matt Anderson, UNL’s biosafety officer.
For more information contact Liz Banset, learning and development coordinator, email@example.com or 472-7003.
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