Who's Afraid of the IRB?
How the Institutional Review Board stepped into the research culture gap

Bolstering the Infrastructure

"If you look at the exponential growth in the amount of research dollars at Emory in 1990 as compared to 2005–06, it’s clear that we hadn’t invested in the overall infrastructure to keep pace with the volume of research and research dollars flowing through the institution."

"The granting organizations aren’t stupid. They’re going to go where they think can get a trial done fastest. If we’re slow, they’ll know about it and go somewhere else. When people approach me about doing clinical trials, they ask me how fast our IRB is. It’s one of their first questions."


Biography Redux
New interest in an old standard


Keeping Cultural DNA Intact
The Italian Virtual Class Chiavi di lettura method


Mixed Messages
Ten years after the Emory Commission on Teaching


Encouraging Words
Suggestions from the Manuscript Development Program

Reading to help you write


Emory Indicators


Endnotes

 

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Voices in This Issue

John Boli, Sociology
J. Douglas Bremner, Psychiatry and Radiology
Amy Benson Brown, Manuscript Development Program
Samuel Dudley, Cardiology
Dana Greene, Oxford
David Kleinbaum, Epidemiology
Earl Lewis, Provost
Bobby Paul, Dean of Emory College
Judith Raggi-Moore, Italian Studies

Mark Risjord, Philosophy
Christine Ristaino, Italian Studies
Claire Sterk, Vice Provost, Academic Planning and Faculty Development
Daniel Teodorescu, Institutional Research


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Atlanta, GA 2006

Apr/May 06
Vol 8 No 5