New Resources Available on P.I. Program Website

New Resources Available on P.I. Program Website Two new handouts are available as free downloads on the P.I. Program website. The Lab Leadership and Management Best Practices Checklist is a tool for Principal Investigators who are responsible for managing lab operations and leading research staff. The checklist guides these investigators to identify areas of strength and…

Research Exemplars Selected and Interviewed

Research Exemplars Selected and Interviewed—Bios are Now Online! P.I. Program faculty, Drs. Alison Antes and James DuBois, sought to identify and study the habits of research exemplars—individuals who are doing high-impact, federally funded research while enjoying a reputation for research integrity. The project was supported by Dr. Antes’ NIH K01 award and the P.I. Program.…

Faculty Publish Article in Nature on Lessons Learned

Program Faculty Publish Article in Nature on Lessons Learned P.I. Program instructors published an article in Nature presenting lessons learned from conducting workshops with researchers over the past 3 years. The take home lesson: Most researchers could find themselves in trouble with compliance or research integrity if they are not careful. Most of our workshop…

P.I. Program Wins 2013 Human Research Protection Innovation Award

P.I. Program Wins 2013 Human Research Protection Innovation Award The Health Improvement Institute bestowed is Annual Award for Innovation on the Professionalism and Integrity in Research Program for its “P.I. Program Workshop”. Awards are given for demonstrated excellence in promoting the well-being of people who participate in research. Judges are drawn from academic, compliance, consulting,…

P.I. Program Receives Grant for Program Assessment

P.I. Program Receives Grant for Program Assessment James DuBois, P.I. Program Director, received a grant from the U.S. Office of Research Integrity to develop assessment instruments, validate the assessments with a diverse sample of 700 researchers working in the U.S., and use them for P.I. Program assessment. Within the P.I. Program, all assessment will be…