BMEN 8611: Professional Skills and Ethics for Biomedical Engineers

2 Credits

This course covers a number of practical aspects surrounding research, including: how to prepare a fellowship application (or more generally a proposal); how to write a manuscript; how to give a seminar; career advice for non-academic career paths; how to network with companies; research ethics; data management; research integrity. The format of the course will be a two hour meeting each week. The first hour will cover specific issues using historical literature references with the second hour devoted to a guest lecture presentation on topics relevant to the themes of the course. Students will be required to complete the online Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Core Curriculum for Engineering and Technology and pass the final assessment as part of this course.

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