During the past year, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has instituted new requirements for studies that it funds involving clinical trials, as well as new requirements will go into effect for NIH application dates on or after January 25, 2018.
At the Quest for Research Excellence conference last month in Washington, D.C., the National Science Foundation (NSF) Inspector General, Allison Lerner, gave a presentation entitled, Research Integrity: Insights from the NSF Office of InspectorGeneral. In her presentation, Ms.
The UNH Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarly Activity (RCR) Committee announces the availability of training in the ethical and responsible conduct of research. This training meets the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s (NIFA) RCR training requirement, and is open to any member of the UNH community. While it is primarily directed at postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students, faculty and staff are invited to participate.
This training opportunity involves two components:
Seaweeds of the Northwest Atlantic by NH Agricultural Experiment Station researcher Arthur Mathieson, professor of marine plant biology at UNH, and Clinton Dawes, university research professor emeritus at the University of South Florida, documents more than 500 types of seaweed and represents more than 40 years of research on Northwest Atlantic seaweeds.
Our brothers and sisters shape who we are and how we relate to others. Corinna Jenkins Tucker, a professor in UNH's Human Development and Family Studies Department, aims to understand the role of conflict in these powerful, lasting relationships.
Long-time New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station researcher Dr. Stacia Sower, professor emeritus of molecular and biochemical neuroendocrinology, recently gave the prestigious Bargmann-Scharrer Lecture at the quadrennial meeting of the International Congress of Comparative Endocrinology.