OSP will be hosting a webinar in the Cambridge area. This webinar titled “Organizational Conflicts of Interests: What are they? And what to do with them?” will be streamed from 2:00pm-3:30pm at 1033 Mass Ave. For more information and how to register, please see the session description contained below.
Date: Tuesday, May 21st, 2019
Location: Cambridge, 1033 Mass Ave, Room M11
Presenters: Mary R. Lee, Director, University Conflicts of Interest Program, Stanford University
Kristy J. Hall, Director of Contracts & Interim Director of Grants & Contracts, University of Virginia
Description: Learn about common types of organizational conflicts that arise in academic research settings. Topics include regulatory framework, federal acquisition regulations, Uniform Guidance, and considerations for reviewing conflict at Pre-Proposal/Proposal/Just-In-Time Award Stages Topics will include:
- Differences between Organizational Conflict of Interest and other types of Conflict of Interest
- Regulatory framework (and other sources of obligations) for Organizational Conflicts of Interest
- Definition of Organizational Conflicts of Interest by the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Office of Management and Budget’s Uniform Guidance
- Process considerations for reviewing the conflict at the Pre-Proposal/Proposal/Just-In-Time/Award stages when Organizational Conflict of Interest is required to be reported to the sponsor
Please note this webinar will be live streamed and start promptly at 2:00pm.
Registration: Please register for this session through the OSP Training Calendar. Please note, space is limited, early registration is encouraged.