(Including the Roessler, Banes, Bennett, and Watts Research Scholarships)
These awards are available to medical students for medical research performed under the guidance of the faculty of the College of Medicine. The goal is to engage medical students in biomedical discovery and scholarly inquiry and to encourage students to consider a future academic career in biomedical research. Please note each faculty member may only mentor two medical students through the MDSR program during each given funding period. Direct any application questions to Research.Education@osumc.edu.

Phase 1

*Download and save all documents prior to making edits, no handwritten items will be accepted.

Required documents:

*Mentor/Mentee Compacts: Each must be signed by both student and mentor then scanned and uploaded with the application.

IRB and IACUC Protocols: If your research involves human subjects or patient data, you will need to provide the Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocol approval/exemption number and provide the amendment documentation that you have been added as key personnel by Phase II of your submission. For research involving animals, you will need to provide the Institutional Lab Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) approval/exemption number. Approval by the appropriate regulatory body for these issues is the responsibility of the student’s mentor. These documents will be uploaded with Phase II, however, you will have to indicate where you are in the process with Phase I.

Additional information is available through the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at http://ehs.osu.edu/ and The Office of Responsible Research Practices http://orrp.osu.edu/irb/

Helpful documents:

Submit Phase 1 

Phase 2

*Download and save all documents prior to making edits, no handwritten items will be accepted.

Required documents:

IRB and IACUC Protocol Approval: If your research involves human subjects or patient data, you will need to provide the Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocol approval/exemption number and provide the amendment documentation that you have been added as key personnel by Phase II of your submission. For research involving animals, you will need to provide the Institutional Lab Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) approval/exemption number. Approval by the appropriate regulatory body for these issues is the responsibility of the student’s mentor.

Additional information is available through the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at http://ehs.osu.edu/ and The Office of Responsible Research Practices http://orrp.osu.edu/irb/

Helpful documents:

 

Submit Phase 2

 

Required Research Education & Training For MDSR Scholars 

All MDSR Scholars Complete longitudinal on-line learning below:

 
All Scholars select 6 on-line learning modules from 8 different categories listed below:

1. Science Communication
a. Talking Science: Designing and Delivering Successful Oral Presentations (1/11/2013)
b. Creating and Presenting Dynamic Posters (7/11/2013)


 2. Grants/Grant Writing
a. Grant Writing 101 (1/18/2013)
b. Introduction to Grant Writing I: Demystifying the NIH Grant Review  Process (6/29/2010)
c. Introduction to Grant Writing II: Strategies for Writing Effective Training and Research Plans (7/14/2010)


 3. Science Literacy
a. https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/know-science/make-sense-health-research
b. Science Literacy: Concepts, Contexts and Consequences  (Chapter 1-Introduction; Chapter 2-Science Literacy & Health Literacy...)
 

4. Data Management
a. Keeping a Laboratory Notebook
b. Data management and questions.... https://ori.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/data.pdf  
 

5. Clinical Research Ethics
a. What makes Clinical Research Ethical?

  b. 7 Principles of Ethical Clinical Research & Application to Study Example: https://bioethics.nih.gov/education/FNIH_BioethicsBrochure_WEB.PDF

 

6. Conduct of Retrospective Chart Reviews with Scientific Rigor

  a. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3853868/


7. Clinical Trials

a. https://about.citiprogram.org/en/series/good-clinical-practice-gcp/
 

8. Biostatistics

a.  http://streaming.yale.edu/ybmc/flash/imp-class/20080714/20080714.html - online course for biostatistics, little under 2 hours long
b.  https://biostats4you.umn.edu/ - Statistical resources for non-statisticians.

 

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