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SRA 2005 Symposium Awards Dr. Edward Gabriele 25 Oct 2005 20:02 EST


I am pleased to announce the Awards for Best Paper of the Year and
Best Poster of the Year from the 2005 Symposium of Society of
Research Administrators International held recently as part of the
SRA Annual Meeting in Milwaukee. The awards will be bestowed at the
Society’s annual meeting next October in Quebec City.

Best Paper of the Year

First Place:
Why do ethical scientists make unethical decisions?
Ms. Debra S. Schaller-Demers
Weill Medical College of Cornell University

Second Place (tie):
The Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Prospective
Research Monitoring Program.
Mr. Philip A. Cola, Dr. Carol Fedor, Ms. Louise Haffke
Center for Clinical Research
University Hospitals of Cleveland

Second Place (tie):
Contextual Difficulties in IRB Deliberations –
Principlist vs. Narrativist Ethical Frameworks.
Ms. Chris Asmann-Finch, PhD (cand)
Caspersen School of Graduate Studies
Drew University

Third Place:
The Utility of Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Reporting in Clinical
Trials as an Indicator of Distributive Justice.
Ms. Paula Bistak, Mr. Joseph Cosico
Atlantic Health System

Best Poster of the Year:

First Place:
A “Roadmap” to Reorganization.
Ms. Karen Wilson
Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy
National Optical Astronomy Observatory

Second Place:
The Role of a Research Administration Program in Adverse Event
Dr. Carol Fedor, Mr. Philip A. Cola, Ms. Louise Haffke, Dr. William
Center for Clinical Research
University Hospitals of Cleveland

Third Place:
Does Granting Permission To Retain DNA Samples For Future Genetic
Studies Identify A Biased Population?
Mr. Jess Dalton, Dr. Kjersti Aagaard-Tillery
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
University of Utah Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

The SRA Symposium adds to the ever growing body of knowledge of
research administration. It is an experience in which research
executives have the opportunity to consider scholarly and
professional horizons that fire the imagination for discovery and
invention. This Tradition was deepened this year. SRA will do it
again next year in Quebec under our 2006 Theme – “Learning the
Language of Leadership: Discovering New Worlds in Research

Note: Next year, the SRA Symposium will expand its scholarly and
professional opportunities with four types of entries: Contributed
Papers, Posters, Abstracts for Projects in Progress, and Milestones
of Accomplishment for Institutional Programs. Paper and Posters will
continue to be competed. We encourage anyone related to the
profession of research administration and any of its areas of
specialization to consider joining in the Symposium Tradition. For
more information, please contact me per below.

Dr. Edward Gabriele
SRA Symposium Program Director

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