Internal courses and training Animal research: Critical, challenging & creative thinking
10-06-2021 Add to iCal
Participants will acquire the skills to critically review, plan, conduct, disseminate and communicate research involving the use of animals, animal derived materials and/or animal derived data in accordance with contemporary good practice.
About the course
This course is designed to support doctoral students, and young researchers to enhance the reproducibility of their research through the development of critical, challenging and creative thinking skills. Participants will be encouraged to review how they plan, conduct, analyze and communicate their research activities, as well as to reflect upon the contribution they make locally, nationally, or internationally within the scientific/academic community, and Society in general.
It is intended for individuals whose research involves the use of animals, animal derived material or animal derived data irrespective of whether the work requires licensed approval.
Prerequisites for admission
Previous education in how to plan, conduct, analyze and report scientific research involving the use of animals, animal derived material or animal derived data (ideally Function B or equivalent training, and some practical research experience e.g. Function A or equivalent).
The course is free for doctoral students and postdocs registered at Karolinska Institutet. For the rest of KI participants: 3 900 SEK (including INDI), and for externals: 5 900 SEK (excluding VAT).