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Monday, May 15 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Mitigating Risk: Designing your Research to Protect Human Subjects LIMITED

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Important research that informs positive social change can also include inherent risks for research participants. This session is a conversation, facilitated by current and former Institutional Review Board members, and focuses on thinking through different types of risks and building mitigation strategies into research design.  

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avatar for Gwendolyn Reece

Gwendolyn Reece

Associate University Librarian and Director of Research, Teaching and Learning, American University
Gwendolyn is the Associate University Librarian and Director of Research, Teaching and Learning in the University Library. Gwendolyn's scholarly research is primarily on Contemporary Paganism and she has an MA and was a doctoral candidate in Religious Studies at University of California at Santa Barbara. When her lead two professors left UCSB, she went to Simmons and became a librarian. Gwendolyn joined American University’s faculty in 1998... Read More →
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Cristel Russell

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing, American University
Cristel Antonia Russell is a leading researcher on the influence of television on youth, especially in the area of product placement.  Her publications addressing how brands embedded in the content of entertainment programs affect consumers’ attention, attitudes, and behaviors span business journals such as the Journal of Consumer Research or the Journal of Advertising as well as health and prevention-focused journals such as the... Read More →
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Dennis Stinchcomb

Assistant Director for Research, Center for Latin American & Latino Studies, American University
Dennis Stinchcomb is Assistant Director for Research at American University’s Center for Latin American & Latino Studies (CLALS). In this capacity, he coordinates several CLALS projects, including the Center's portfolio of research on migration-related issues and Central American gangs. He is the co-author, with Eric Hershberg, of a 2014 study addressing the drivers of increased migration to the U.S. of unaccompanied children and families... Read More →


Monday May 15, 2017 9:30am - 10:30am
Training and Events, Room 115

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