The Vice President for Research is a university-wide post responsible for overseeing all aspects of research at Tulane University. Priorities for the office include fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and building the research portfolio in a manner compliant with government regulation.
The primary goal of the Tulane University Human Research Protection Office is to balance the protection of human subjects while promoting and facilitating the research enterprise, and to maintain an open and cooperative relationship with the research community.
All Tulane researchers must complete the CITI Training Program. CITI provides training on many different research topics including: Animal care and use, good clinical practice, information privacy and security, human subjects research, responsible conduct of research, and many more.
Your CITI Training Certificate must be completed and added to your IRBNet profile.
The bulk of the book provides practical advice on the development of essential skills and strategic approaches, covering questions such as: how to decide which topics to work on how to read and review literature how to develop theory how to approach research design how to write up your research, and how to secure the best sources of publication.