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Data Doesn’t End at Death: Pathology as a Mission Critical Specialty for Reproducibility and Rigor in Translational Research

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Thursday, May 27, 2021
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2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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Jeffrey Everitt, DVM
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RCR-200 Roundtable

Join an interactive event organized by DOSI-ASIST. This talk will discuss the importance of pathology to the generation of high-quality reproducible data in preclinical studies with animal models. Best practices for bio-sampling in animal studies will be discussed, concentrating on ways to minimize bias and control variability in animal model experiments. It will review the important component items that should be considered in the pathology section of a research protocol and focus on factors that impact the quality of pathology study data. Lessons learned from the world of toxicologic pathology in pharmaceutical safety assessment will be used as exemplars for how the practice of pathology can be improved in academic research. Speaker: Prof. Jeffrey Everitt, DVM, Department of Pathology, Duke University School of Medicine, U.S.

Attending this event fulfills the RCR-200 requirement for Faculty and Staff.

Registration is required. Registrants will receive Zoom information and related materials by email one week as well as one day prior the event.

NOTE: Please register ahead of the event. Registrants who submit the registration link with less than 3 hours before the event start time may not be able to join.

Register here: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_24YOkR1MBwYezga

For more information contact:
asist@duke.edu

Contact: DOSI-ASIST