Seminar/Event Detail

Community IRB Training presented by Papa Ola Lokahi: Regulations and Community Safeguards Involving Genetic Studies

Date/Time: 30 March 2012, 8am - 12pm
Speaker: Jennie Joe, PhD
Speaker Affiliation: Papa Ola Lokahi
Venue: JABSOM Medical Education Building Auditorium (MEB 315)
For more info: To register or for additional information, feel free to contact Lehua Abrigo (labrigo@papaolalokahi.org) or Louise Fujisue (louisem@crc.hawaii.edu)

Description: We are pleased to inform you of an upcoming Community IRB Training offered by Papa Ola Lokahi which will take place on March 29-30 at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. The Papa Ola Lokahi IRB has invited Dr. Jennie Joe, an excellent trainer and former head of the Native American Research and Training Center at the University of Arizona, to lead the workshop which will focus on issues of concern to native communities.

Community IRB Training PowerPoint

Genetic Pro and Con

Additional Document:Click here to download

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