The Research Services Medical Sciences team has organised a training session/masterclass on the implications of the Human Tissue Act (2004) for research.
Date: Thursday 18 November 3.30-5pm All places now filled
Location: Meeting Room, Grey Institute for Radiation Oncology & Biology, Old Road Campus Research Building
Although the session is aimed at research administration staff, it is open to anyone from any department, and you are welcome to attend even if you have not yet had a lot of experience in this area. The training session will include presentations from Richard Liwicki/Alice McKay Hill from Research Services, Rachel Mager from NDCLS (Biobank Manager, Oxford Radcliffe Biobank), and Marion Watson from Clinical Trials and Research Governance (within RS), and will cover various legal, ethical and practical issues, including the reasons behind the introduction of the Act, how it has been implemented and the University’s obligations in order to comply with the Act.
Sophie Chaopradith, Office Administrator and PA to Dr Richard Liwicki & Gill Rowe
Tel: +44 (0)1865 287950
Fax:+44 (0)1865 287951