Thesis Track

Research courses (11 hours)

Theory of advanced statistical techniques; practical applications with actual data.

P: Graduate GPA of at least 3.0. Independent research conducted under the guidance of a graduate faculty member.

Offered each fall term, the GRDM G504 course satisfies the didactic portion of the NIH requirement for responsible conduct of research training. The course covers historical development of concern with ethics in science as well as practical information needed by students working in science today. Featuring both lecture and discussion components, this course is team-taught by faculty members of the Bioethics and Subject Advocacy Program (BSAP) of the Indiana CTSI. Students have the option of taking the course for either two or three credits.

The Grantsmanship course is designed to teach graduate students how to write an NIH application and to provide information on the review process. Students will complete an NIH, RO3 application by the end of the semester. All students will participate in a mock IRG-style review of each application at the end of the course. Class Notes: This class will meet in MS B15. Add Consent: Department Consent Required.