Clinical Research Seminar


Clinical Research Seminars are sponsored by the CRRO (which receives support from the Clinical Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Office of Human Research Affairs (OHRA).

The purpose of the monthly seminars is to enhance attendees’ knowledge regarding important ethical, regulatory, and operational clinical/human research topics.

Seminars take place from 12 to 1 p.m., typically on the second Wednesday of the month. Come and enjoy lunch, earn some CMEs, and get updated on clinical research!

Seminar Schedule 2016 – 2017

Wed., September 14, 2016 — L-110:

IRB Makeover: Top Ten Recent Changes
Fanny Ennever, PhD, CIP, Manager, Regulatory Policy Development, Office of Human


Wed., October 26, 2016 — R103:

Topic:  The Protocol and Other IRB Templates
John F. Ennever, MD, PhD, Director, Office of the Institutional Review Board and Human Subjects Protection

Wed., November 9, 2016 — L-110:

Topic: Research Data Security
Thomas Moore, MD, Associate Provost, Medical Campus, and Executive Director, Office of Human Research Affairs
Bobby Sprinkle, MS, Assistant Vice President, Research and Medical Campus Technology Services
Arthur Harvey, MS, Chief Information Officer, Boston Medical Center

Wed., December 14, 2016 — L-110

Topic:  Launching the BMC/BU Medical Campus Research Coordinators Network
Panel Presentation, TBA

Wed., January 11, 2017 — L-110

Topic:  Clinical Research Billing Compliance
Joyce S. Samet, JD, CHRC, Research Compliance Officer, Boston Medical Center

Wed., February 8, 2017 — L-110

Wed., March 8, 2017 — L-110

Wed., April 12, 2017 — L-110

Wed., May 10, 2017 — L-110

Wed, June 14, 2017 — L-110

Past Seminars

See slides, videos, and/or audiofiles for past seminars.

CME information:
CMEs are available for this seminar. Boston University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Boston University School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.