Click the year to view slides and recordings of past NRP education sessions. (NOTE: Recordings are hosted on various platforms depending on how each session was recorded.)
Kaitlin Morrison, PhD takes you through all of the major responsibilities of holding an Investigational New Drug (IND) application. She takes you through errors made in the past, so you can make sure that you don’t make them on your study.
J. Kaitlin Morrison, PhD – Director of UNC Lineberger Sponsored Clinical Research
In this interactive session, well-being scholar/practitioner Dr. Suzie Carmack will facilitate a knowledge sharing session on realistic work/life well-being solutions — with a particular focus on sharing the science of compassion and the the quadratic model of well-being (Eisel, 2020).
Suzanne Carmack, PhD, MFA, MEd, ERYT, NBC-HWC – Assistant Professor, Department of Global and Community Health Senior Scholar, Center for the Advancement of Well-Being
A framework for understanding how inequality affects individual outcomes based on people’s tendency to judge their own needs in comparison to others.
Keith Payne, PhD – Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience
Provides an overview of approaches, resources, and projects conducted at the UNC Kidney Center to educate and involve stakeholders throughout research processes.
Adeline Dorough, MPH — UNC Kidney Center
Deena Horowitz — Manager, Institutions Partnership at WIRB
Myron Cohen, MD – Director, Institute for Global Health and Infectious Diseases
Bradley Staats, Associate Dean of MBA Programs
Marie Rape, RN, BSN
Presenters from the Investigational Drug Services (IDS) Pharmacy discuss their new billing models.
Andrew Thorne, PharmD, MS, System Clinical Manager, IDS Pharmacy
Justin Davis, Reimbursement Analyst
Presenters from the UNC Office of Human Research Ethics help attendees better understand the relationship between assays and investigational devices.
Cassie Myers, CIP, Director, UNC OHRE
Mike Matamoros, MS, CIP, IRB Quality Improvement/Assurance Manager, UNC OHRE