CHME 5185: Design of Experiments and Ethical Research (DOEER)
Lecture - 4 credits
- Designed to provide a comprehensive approach to introducing interdisciplinary biochemical engineering research and design of experiments.
- Through immersion in a collaborative classroom, offers students an opportunity to develop the thought processes, skills, and strategies required for originating and performing high-impact research that broadens scientific knowledge.
- Emphasizes design of experiments, statistics, and considerations in conducting ethical research.
- Topics include case studies in conflict of interest, bioethics, laboratory safety, scientific misconduct, authorship and publication, literature and peer review, data visualization and integrity, statistical analysis, and contemporary issues.
- Students complete online and training modules in laboratory safety and apply their knowledge as they study applications for experiments, including power analysis and rigor, to design scientific aims with peer review.
- Meets NIH for RCR.
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