Education and Events
The SCCR Science Series is a 2-hour lecture held monthly or bi-monthly, covering various scientific and clinical topics with the specific aim to educate members of the clinical research community. We invite clinicians to discuss anatomy and physiology as well as pathophysiology of various therapeutic areas. Past topics include cardiac anatomy, basic ECG interpretation, infections and the immune system, the gastrointestinal system and common disorders, heart failure, fundamentals of psychiatry and pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in clinical research. Common clinical research assessments have also been covered including the physical exam, the biopsy process and conducting ECGs.
The Science Series is open to all members of the clinical research community in the School of Medicine.
Please view our Previously Recorded Science Series Trainings Here.
@TBD: "TBD". Stay Tuned for Details!
@TBD: "Gut Microbiome," Erica Sonnenburg, MD, PhD. Stay Tuned for Registeration!
The SCCR-hosted GCP workshops are scheduled quarterly and are supplemental materials to the Spectrum Clinical Research Operations Program.
@LKSC 304/305, 9 AM-12 PM: CANCELLED
@LKSC 209, 9 AM-12 PM: CANCELLED
@TBD, 9 AM-12 PM: “Monitoring of Investigator Initiated Studies,” Maya Berdicheski, DMD, and Joann Wu, PhD. Registration Coming Soon!
The SCCR-hosted Brown Bag workshops are scheduled quarterly and are intented to facilitate team building and open conversations among Research Coordinators about best practices on various topics and skills. At this time, SCCR Brown Bag meetings are offered to Department of Medicine coordinators.
CANCELLED due to COVID-19 - LKSC 308, 8:30 AM-10:30 AM: "Communication in Clinical Research", with Lori Panu, SCCR Clinical Research Manager & Danielle Oceguera, HR Talent Development Coordinator. Register HERE !
@ TBD, 11:30 AM-1:00 PM: "TBD" - Stay tuned for details!
@ TBD, 11:30 AM-1:00 PM: "Communication in Clinical Research", with Lori Panu, SCCR Clinical Research Manager & Danielle Oceguera, HR Talent Development Coordinator. Stay tuned for details!
Essentials of Clinical Research Course
This course, broken into two modules, provides a step-by-step model for how to design and conduct clinical research at Stanford. Certificate of Participation available based on attendance and post-course knowledge assessment.
For more information visit Spectrum.
Spectrum Clinical Research Operations Program
This Program offers classes specific to clinical research involving human subjects.
For more information visit Spectrum Here.