Jean Monnet Educational Module on Comparative EU and US Law, Public Policy and Ethics in the Regulation of Research and Development in the Life Sciences
In September 2005, the European Union awarded the law school a grant to develop a Jean Monnet Module of Courses on Comparative EU and US Law, Public Policy and Ethics in the Regulation of Research and Development in the Life Sciences, funded by the European Union. This module is a collaboration with the law school's Center on International and Comparative Law and the Indiana University Center for Bioethics. The module will also draw on the resources of the law school's Center for Intellectual Property Law and Innovation.
Teaching Research Ethics
Each year Indiana University and the sponsors listed above offer the Teaching Research Ethics Workshop (TRE) to provide training for those involved in teaching research ethics or in administering research programs. The workshop emphasizes a variety of pedagogical approaches to teaching research ethics, through sessions on ethical theory, research ethics, trainee and authorship issues, assessment and evaluation, responsible data management, integrity in research, conflict of interest, and international research.
For more information, contact:
Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions
618 East Third Street, Bloomington IN 47405-3862
(812) 855-0261 | FAX: 855-3315
Scientists and Subjects: An Online Seminar on the Ethics of Research with Human Subjects
Scientists and Subjects is a unique and innovative Internet-based seminar designed for busy researchers and research administrators who are concerned with the responsible conduct of research with human subjects. The seminar is open to junior and senior researchers, members of Institutional Review Boards and other administrators, and college and university faculty members who teach future researchers.
For more information, contact: Kenneth D. Pimple, SAS Project Director, Poynter Center, Indiana University, 618 East Third Street, Bloomington, IN 47405-3602; (812) 856-4986; FAX 855-3315; firstname.lastname@example.org; http://poynter.indiana.edu/sas/.