SGPGI-NIH Workshops on ‘Scientific paper writing’, ‘Biostatistics’ and ‘Observational Studies’

As part of an Indo-US Collaboration, the National Institutes of Health, USA has sponsored a series of workshops since 2006 on various aspects of clinical research (with an emphasis on clinical trials), including biostatistics, study design and randomization issues, data management, research ethics, and regulatory aspects. As a continuation of this series, three workshops are planned at SGPGI, Lucknow during 2013 as follows: (i) Workshop on ‘Scientific Paper Writing’ on April 19-21, 2013, (ii) Workshop on ‘Basic Biostatistics’ on July 25-28, 2013, and (iii) Workshop on ‘Observational Studies’ on September 29 to October 2, 2013.

 

All the workshops are aimed at active biomedical researchers who hold faculty positions. Investigators involved in clinical research, who are in a position to lead clinical research studies, should find this workshop useful. This email is to seek your help in dissemination of information about the workshop. I request you to kindly circulate this information in your institution, particularly among those who have appropriate expertise and experience to benefit from the workshop.

 

Only a limited number of applicants will be accepted for each workshop. Applicants should download an application format (asks for summary of their experience and expertise in clinical research in a structured format) from https://sites.google.com/site/sgpginihcourses/ and email it as an email attachment to sgpgi.courses@gmail.com. 

Download: SGPGI-NIH Courses Application Form

The last date for applications for the three courses are March 3, May 31 and July 31, respectively. A selection committee will notify the successful applicants of acceptance about 4 weeks before each course.

A limited number of scholarships for travel and lodging are available for qualified applicants whose institution cannot cover their expenses.

SGPGI-JHU Research Training

The Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow, India and the Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Balitmore, USA will be conducting a training program and evaluation of on-line and on-site courses in Ethical Issues in Human Subject Research and Biostatistics for Health Research. This is a free program with scholarship support for travel and per diem provided for all the selected candidates. Please click here for more information about this unique opportunity.