Core Workshops

Below are the most recent CGHE-hosted workshops

 

Advocacy Run Biobank Directors:  Hosted by the Partnership Core February 13th - 14th, 2012
Kelly Edwards, in partnership with Genetic Alliance, lead this focused meeting to discuss how biobanking looks different when consumer groups are in charge.

 

Building Hawaiian Biobanks: Host by the IGA and Partnership Core February 21st - 24th, 2012
A  team of CGHE Investigators traveled to Honolulu to consult with Queen’s Hospital concerning governance and informed consent procedures for their biobank.

 

Native Research Ethics Workshop: Hosted by the IGA and Training Cores March 1st - 2nd, 2012
The Tribal and Urban Indian Research Ethics Workshop (TUIREW) was held on March 1 and 2, 2012, at the University of Washington (UW) Waterfront Activities Center. The focus was to bring key stakeholders together to share diverse perspectives on the regulatory processes and over-sight of research involving American Indians and Alaska Natives and their communities in the Northwest area.
 
Please click through to view the presentations or a copy of the final report.
 
 
2nd Native Careers Workshop: Hosted by the Training Core March 23rd - 24th, 2012
This workship hosted a diverse group of American Indian students attending college in Washington State. Presentations and discussions centered around navigation of financial barriers faced while pursuing a higher education degree, and understanding credit reports in context of balancing college and personal goals.

Please view our report from the first Native Careers workshop.