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NextGen Clinical Trial Investigator Training - Session 2, Sept. 28

The NextGen Clinical Trial Investigator Training is a five-session educational program designed for faculty who are either involved in clinical trials or who would like to become involved. The series includes lectures and panel discussions from leaders across the University of Missouri System, as well as Washington University in St. Louis, to define the regulatory, operational and ethical components of clinical trials, with the goal of developing a skilled workforce that provides the highest level of patient safety, teamwork and data quality. The program also covers institution-specific resources for investigators.

Timeframe: Five weeks, starting Sept. 21 through Oct. 19

  • 4:30 p.m. - dinner and networking opportunities
  • 5-6:30 p.m. - session program
  • additional videos to view to complete coursework

Follow the links below for speaker information at each session.

Sept. 21 - Session 1: What is a Clinical Trial & Patient Perspective
Sept. 28 - Session 2: Audit Ready Trials & Lessons Learned
Oct. 5 - Session 3: Patient Recruitment & Informed Consent
Oct. 12 - Session 4: Responsible Conduct of Research & Organizing Your Study Team
Oct. 19 - Session 5: Institutional Resources  

Session 2: Audit Ready Trials & Lessons Learned

Stacy Farr
Janette Berkley-Patton

Team Science—Stacey Farr, PhD, Research Assistant Professor; Director of CV Outcomes Research, St. Luke’s Health System

Community EngagementJannette Berkley-Patton, PhD, Professor, Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine

Richard Ma
Vicki Jones
  Audit Ready … No SweatRichard Ma, MD, Gregory L. and Ann L. Hummel Distinguished Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery and Division Chief of Sports Medicine, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, MU, and Vicki Jones, Med, Research Project Analyst, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, MU
Camila Manrique


  Lessons Learned while Building Research CapacityCamila Manrique, MD, Thomas W. Burns, MD, Distinguished Professor in Diabetes, Department of Medicine, MU
James Cook
  Lessons Learned while Building Research Capacity—James Cook, DVM, PhD, OTSC, Chair, Orthopaedic Surgery; Orthopaedic Research Division Chief; Director, Thompson Lab for Regenerative Orthopaedics, MU