e-Research Administration at the University of Washington
UW's Office of Animal Welfare director provides unique insight into how organizations can dramatically increase the likelihood for success when implementing Huron Research Suite.
"A variety of systems means added complexity to implementation, integration and communication across the different systems."
In part two of our e-research administration (eRA) podcast series, Huron's Monika Vishnubhakat is joined by Dr. Sally Thompson-Iritani, director of the Office of Animal Welfare at the University of Washington (UW). Dr. Thompson-Iritani's career has focused on working at the intersection of animal welfare,science and compliance, and evaluating how the various areas can work together for positive outcomes. She and her team at UW have established themselves as agents of positive change, both at the university and across the Huron Research Suite (formerly Click) community. Vishnubhakat is a technology manager at Huron, working in the research services practice.
In this edition, the two will discuss UW's experience managing eRA systems, focusing on the IRB and IACUC solutions of the Huron Research Suite. The university has a variety of systems implemented, and is moving toward having integrated systems to provide transparency to their researchers and cross-collaboration among research administrators.
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