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Welcome to On behalf of the entire planning committee, it is our pleasure to welcome you to the 46th Annual Meeting of the Society of Research Administrators International. We have a great week ahead and hope you take away not only the memories of this energetic and culturally rich city, but knowledge for personal and professional development! Sincerely from your Annual Meeting Co-chairs,

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GENERAL INFORMATION EDUCATION CREDIT SRA International offers education credit for all workshops and sessions. Registrants are required to track their own record of course attendance. Letters verifying attendance can be obtained by e-mailing a list of all the courses you attended to SRA’s Education Coordinator, Nora Potter, at npotter@srainternational.org. CRAs: RACC accepts credit for all workshops, sessions and plenaries that you attend during the meeting. One contact hour is equal to one credit hour (1 hour 15 minute sessions = 1.25 hours). CPEs: Pick up a tracking sheet for Certified Public Accountants continuing education credit at the Information Desk near registration. SRA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.

SRA INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATES Tracking Booklets are available at the Information Desk. The tracking booklet allows members to easily record their progress. You can obtain a sticker at the conclusion of each workshop or session OR write in the name of the meeting and the year. Once all coursework has been completed, turn in your documentation to the Registration Desk at the end of the meeting to pick up your certificate.

INTERNET ACCESS

The Exhibit Hall features Internet Kiosks sponsored by University of Central Florida, Master of Research Administration Program. Internet will not be available in the meeting rooms. Wireless access is available in the Sheraton lobby, using “srawifi” as the guest code. Complimentary internet access is available to guests in their sleeping room.

RENEW CHARTER SCHOOLS – A COMMUNITY INITIATIVE Giving back to the New Orleans community is no sweat! Just drop off donated school supplies at the Information Desk.

SESSION PRESENTATIONS & PARTICIPANT LIST Looking for a PowerPoint presentation? The majority of concurrent session materials will be available at www.sra2013nola.org/presentations or on the conference app.

SPEAKER READY ROOM Located in Maurepas, 3rd Floor, this room is available for all speakers previewing their material prior to presenting.

SPECIAL MEALS If you ordered a special meal, please alert a hotel server to your needs before you are seated. As with any problem you encounter, please see an SRA staff person if difficulty arises in getting the meal you requested.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION Members play an integral part at our meeting. If you have time and are interested in volunteering, please visit the volunteer board near the Information Desk. Whether you are interested in volunteering for a day, an hour or over the course of a few days, this is a great opportunity to meet new people in an informal setting.

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NETWORKING INFORMATION FIRST TIME ATTENDEES Welcome to your first SRA INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL MEETING Welcome and Introduction Sunday, October 27, 5:30 – 6:30 PM Grand Ballroom DE, 5th Floor Please stop by the Ribbon table to pick up a Newcomers Ribbon. If you have any questions, look for SRA members with a red Ambassador pin. Feel free to ask an Ambassador or SRA staff for help at any time. The SRA Ambassador program was established to help first-time attendees navigate and obtain the most from the meeting. If an Ambassador doesn’t have the answer, you will be directed to the right person.

OPENING RECEPTION

Sunday, October 27, 7:30 – 11:00 PM Napoleon Ballroom, 3rd Floor Join us, if you dare, for a frightfully spellbinding night in a city known for its mystery and mystique. Have a howling good time haunting our cemetery, walking amongst the living dead, and listening to Dr. Spanky and the Key Personnel. In fête of the Day of the Dead in New Orleans, there will be a costume contest, however, costumes are not required!

GHOSTS, VAMPIRES, BEIGNETS, Oh MY! Explore New Orleans

Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Interested in getting a taste and feel of New Orleans? Sign up to join colleagues for great networking opportunities over dinners, haunted tours, city excursions, and Sunday brunch groups! Dinner and Brunch Groups, sign up at the Information Desk. Participants are responsible for their own expenses. Daytime and Evening Tour tickets are available for purchase at the Registration Desk. Space is limited.

FAREWELL TO NEW ORLEANS

Wednesday, October 30, 10:45 – 11:15 AM Napoleon Ballroom AB, 3rd Floor

SRA International “Open House” Borgne, 3rd Floor Attend an SRA International “Open House” for a chance to meet fellow volunteers, leaders and colleagues to see how you can make a difference and shape your Society and the profession.

Monday, October 28 10:45 – 11:15 AM

Grassroots: Develop or Reinvigorate a Chapter in Your Area

3:15 – 3:45 PM

Educating and Presenting

Tuesday, October 29 10:45 – 11:15 AM

Contribute YOUR Research to the Profession – Write for the Society

3:15 – 3:45 PM

Shape the Future of SRA International: The Role of an Officer

Join us in saying goodbye to colleagues and exhibitors over café au lait and beignets while listening to the sweet sounds of the ReNew Cultural Arts Academy jazz band.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26 • WORKSHOPS

Full Day Workshops 8:30am-5:00pm

PD

SPA

MO

FM

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

Financial Management

WS27: The Work of Leaders in Creating a Workplace that Excels in Today’s World! David Mineo Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor

WS1: Developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs): Ensuring Compliance for Human Research Protection Programs Carol Fedor, Liz Wool Bayside B, 4th Floor

LD-E

Morning Workshops 8:30am-Noon

Afternoon Workshops 1:30-5:00pm

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WS2: A PreAward and PostAward Tutorial for Department Administrators Tolise Miles, Fannie Walton Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

WS5: Creating, Managing and Monitoring Core Facilities Ira Goodman, Sonia Ashley Nottoway, 4th Floor

WS8: Grantsmanship Fundamentals: Contacting Program Officers and Thinking Like a Reviewer Robert Porter Nottoway, 4th Floor

RL Research Law

RE

SA

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

WS3: Introduction to Research Law J. Michael Slocum, David King Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor RL-R

WS6: Making Music from the Cacophony of Research Compliance Risks Leah Guidry, Jodi Ogden Bayside C, 4th Floor

WS9: Understanding Subrecipient Monitoring Laurie Henry Bayside C, 4th Floor

WS11: Developing An Effective Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Training Program Tony Onofrietti Bayside A, 4th Floor

Workshops require separate registration. Please see the Registration Desk for details and workshop descriptions.


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 • WORKSHOPS

Full Day Workshops 8:30am-5:00pm

PD

SPA

MO

FM

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

Financial Management

WS13: Leader of the Future David Mineo Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

WS14: Fundamentals of Research Administration and Management Donna Marano, Sharon McCarl Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor

WS15: Guide to Clinical Trials Administration Bruce Steinert Bayside A, 4th Floor

WS16: It’s About the Money: Budgets, Costing, OMB and Sponsor Guidelines Anne Magrath, Rene Hearns, Kris Rhodes Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor

LD-R

CTRA101-R 101

IRAM-R

RE

SA

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

WS19: Informed Decision-Making (aka Informed Consent): Purposes, Policy, & Procedures Edward Gabriele Edgewood, 4th Floor

WS20: Pre- and Post-Award Guidance for NIH Grants with Foreign Components Elizabeth Whittington, Satabdi Raychowdhury Nottoway, 4th Floor

RL Research Law

FM-R

Morning Workshops 8:30am-Noon

WS17: Synergize: Creating Effective Teams, Meeting and Communication Debra SchallerDemers Bayside C, 4th Floor

WS18: Advanced Issues in A-21, A-110 and A-133 Tim Reuter, Denise Clark, Ann Holmes Oak Alley, 4th Floor

RL-IV

NIH-E

Afternoon Workshops 1:30-5:00pm

WS21: Building an Effective Research Office Mark Hochman Bayside B, 4th Floor

WS22: Grantsmanship I: Coaching Researchers to Write Successful Grant Proposals Robert Porter Oak Alley, 4th Floor GR-R

WS23: Integrating Tools and Strategies for Successful Pre-Award Management/Grant Submission Jennifer Kimbell Nottoway, 4th Floor

WS24: Nothing is Simple About Money: Advanced Financial Compliance Kris Rhodes Bayside C, 4th Floor

WS25: International Joint Ventures J. Michael Slocum Evergreen, 4th Floor RL-I,II,III,IV

WS26: Kirschstein NRSA Workshop: NIH Research Training Grants and Fellowships Lisa Moeller, Nicole Fleisher Edgewood, 4th Floor NIH-E

Workshops require separate registration. Please see the Registration Desk for details and workshop descriptions.

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Monday, October 28 • MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS PD

SPA

MO

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

Opening General Session 7:45 – 9:15 AM • Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

Newly Inducted Distinguished Faculty Stephanie Endy David King Russ Price Amy Sikalis

2012 Outstanding Concurrent Session Award Creating a Research “Dream Team” Stephen Murphy

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11:15 AM – 12:30 pm

Dr. Clive Morris is Head of the Research Group at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia’s major governmental funding body for health and medical research. Prior to joining the Commonwealth Public Service, Clive was active in biomedical research work in Australia and Europe. During his time with NHMRC, Clive has undertaken a number of roles, including looking after NHMRC’s health ethics and health advisory activities and corporate support functions. His previous Commonwealth appointments include heading the Molecular Biology Section at the Therapeutic Goods Administration, and as a senior toxicologist with Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ).

9:30 - 10:45 AM

Keynote Speaker

M1: The Identity and Mission of Research Administrators Edward Gabriele Napoleon D 1&2, 3rd Floor LD-E

M3: Creating, Implementing and Evaluating an Internal Grant Competition Patrick Lynch Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

M5: Facilitating Translational Research in Today’s Collaborative Environment Penelope Carlson, Karen Jones Nottoway, 4th Floor

M2: Creating a Strategic Plan and the Vision to Make it Happen Stephen Murphy Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

M4: Validating the Impact of a Clinical Trial Management System Diane Richardson Bayside B, 4th Floor

M6: Using Business Intelligence to Drive Research Administration Improvement Marcia Smith, Ashley Baker Lee, Jenna Lee Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor

M16: Practicing Servant Leadership in Research Management and Administration Tembeka Mpako-Ntusi Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor

M17: Low-Cost Transformation of Grant Writing Training From Lecture to Online William Belisle Bayside C, 4th Floor

M19: Research Impact: The New Frontier of Global Research Assessment Henning Klarlund, Mark Hochman Nottoway, 4th Floor

M18: Rethinking Training: A Low-Cost and Highly Effective Collaborative Model Zoya Hamilton, Sarah Sherman, Kara Charmanski Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

M20: Transforming the Research Administration Enterprise: Focus on PreAward Offices Patti Manheim, Jenna Lee, Elizabeth Adams Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor

LD-R

CTRA201-E

IRAM-E; LD-R


Monday, October 28 • MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS RL

RE

SA

Financial Management

Research Law

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

M11: Central/Independent IRBs and Research Institutions: Risk/Benefit Ratio Barry Bercu Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

M13: Understanding the Agency Review Process Marjorie Piechowski, Dorothy Duke Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

M7: Managing Faculty Funding Sources from Inception to Close-out William Hoffman, Dominic Esposito Oak Alley, 4th Floor FM-E

M9: Protecting Research with Insider Patent Strategies Anton Hopen Bayside A, 4th Floor RL-II

GR-E; IRAM-E; PA-E

CTRA201-E

M10: Research Misconduct: A Practical Guide Debra Parrish Bayside C, 4th Floor RL-IV

M12: Institutional Conflicts of Interest and Investigator Management Plan Monitoring Christian LaMantia Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor

M14: Inter-Institutional Collaboration Between VA and University: Panel Discussion Kirsten Levy, Liza Catucci, Annamaria Valentine, Marie Fairbanks, Geraldine Pierre, Virginia Quinn Edgewood, 4th Floor

M21: Changes to the Cost Principles Paul Nacon Oak Alley, 4th Floor

M23: Legal Risks of Conducting Clinical Studies at Academic Medical Sites Karen Mullin, David King Bayside A, 4th Floor

M25: Henrietta Lacks: A Discussion about Research Ethics and Social Responsibility Tonya Edvalson, Maryellen O’Brien Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

M27: Demystifying NIH Career Awards Erik Edgerton, Jessica Moise, Melinda Nelson, Jamie Thompson Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

M24: Investigator Initiated Studies Jennifer Kimbro, Michelle Williams, Lillian Boswell Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

M26: Advances in InterInstitutional IRB Efficiency: The Ohio CTSA Case Study Madeleine Williams, Philip Cola Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

M28: International Collaborations: A Funder’s View Moody Altamimi Bayside B, 4th Floor

FM-R, IRAM-E

FM-E

CTRA201-E; RL-III,IV

M22: Managing the University F&A Rate Negotiations and Issues Wallace Davis, Darryl James, Christine Stevens, Bob Klein Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor FM-E

HRP-E; RL-III

CTRA101-E; HRP-E; PA-E; RI-IV

CTRA201-E

GR-E, IRAM-E, NIH-E

11:15 am – 12:30 pm

M8: Indirect Cost Rates: A Nonprofit Perspective Alex Weekes Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor

9:30 - 10:45 am

FM

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3:45 - 5:00 pm

2:00 - 3:15 pm

Monday, October 28 • AFTERNOON CONCURRENT SESSIONS

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PD

SPA

MO

FM

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

Financial Management

M29: How to Succeed in Research Administration by Really Trying Pamela Miller, Lynne Chronister, Cindy Kiel, Marcia Landen Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

M31: Barriers and Facilitators of Broader Impacts: A Survey of NSFFunded PIs Dianne Nagy Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

M33: Crisis Communication for the Research Administrator Kevin Titus Oak Alley, 4th Floor

M30: Falling into IRB: Developing IRB Leaders from the Ground Up Carlotta Rodriquez, Hegulka Scheiman Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

M32: Charting Common Ground: Research Administration for Interdisciplinary Institutes Christina Leigh Deitz, Kathleen Keough, Margaret Austin, Stuart Taub, Liz Lonergan Bayside B, 4th Floor

M34: Development of Centralized Support for Investigator Initiated Research Carol Fedor, Philip Cola, Jenna Stump Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

M36: Close Out, Don’t Shut Down Cindy Panchisin, Trudy Riley, Danielle Nolen Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor

M43: My Career in Research Administration: A Personal Review Colin Cooper Bayside C, 4th Floor

M45: Motivating Reluctant, Inactive or Inexperienced Investigators to Pursue Grants Marjorie Piechowski Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor

M47: Open Innovation: Trends, Agenda, Lateral Thinking Tatiana Schofield Bayside B, 4th Floor

M49: Are You Bleeding Cost-Share? Kris Rhodes Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

M46: Small Schools Technology and Metrics Mark Roltsch, Cindy Bellas Edgewood, 4th Floor

M48: Laboratory Safety Culture: History and the Future for Research Administrators Nathan Watson Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

M50: Seven Key Steps To Managing Your Clinical Trial’s Finances Ann Saputelli, Mitch Appleson Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor

CTRA201-E

LD-E

M35: Coverage Analysis, Budgeting and Pre-Award Practices Limiting Fiscal Risk in Clinical Research Tina Noonan, Jim Moran Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor CTRA201-E; FM-E

FM-R; IRAM-E

FM-R

GR-E; PA-E

M44: Effective Delegation Skills for Leaders David Mineo Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor LD-R

RI-II

CTRA101-E; FM-E


Monday, October 28 • AFTERNOON CONCURRENT SESSIONS RL

RE

SA

Research Law

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

RL-IV

M39: Tales from the Trenches (Webinar) Allison Lerner Nottoway, 4th Floor

M41: An Overview on the Brazilian Landscape on Higher Education, Science and Technology Manoel Barral-Netto Edgewood, 4th Floor

M40: Is it Worth the Risk: Regulatory Non-Compliance and Institutional Risk Jeff Cohen Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor RL-IV

M42: European Union Research Fellowships: The Fundamentals Morten Beeck, Birgit Christensen Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

M51: How Could You Agree to Those Prime Award Terms? Nicole Leonard, Melody Snow Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

M54: Responsible Conduct of Research and Research Misconduct Ada Sue Selwitz Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

M55: Federal Demonstration Partnership (FDP): What Are They Up To? David Wright Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

M53: National Science Foundation (NSF) Update (Webinar) Nottoway, 4th Floor

M56: Washington Political Update William Schweri Oak Alley, 4th Floor

RL-I,II,III,IV

RL-III

IRAM-E; RI-I

M52: Delays, Stop Work Orders, and Termination in Grants and Contracts J. Michael Slocum Bayside A, 4th Floor RL-III

IRAM-E; RL-I

3:45 - 5:00 pm

M38: Spot the Issues: Legal, Regulatory and Business Case Studies Sabune Winkler Bayside C, 4th Floor

• Clinical Trials Administration 101 (CTRA101)

2:00 - 3:15 pm

M37: A Practical Approach to Export Control Compliance William Metcalf Bayside A, 4th Floor

Certificate Legend • Clinical Trials Administration 201 (CTRA201) • Financial Management (FM) • Grantsmanship (GR) • Human Research Protection (HRP) • Introduction to Research Administration and Management (IRAM) • Leadership (LD) • National Institutes of Health Grants Fundamentals (NIH) • Pre-Award (PA) • Research Integrity (RI) Categories: • RI-I: Research Integrity General • RI-II: Research Protections and Compliance Review Boards • RI-III: Data Management • RI-IV: Social Responsibility • RI-V: Authorship, Publication or Peer Review • RI-VI: Problem Solving • Research Law (RL) Categories: • RL-I: Parties and Players • RL- II: Intellectual Property • RL-III: Contracts and Grants • RL-IV: Public Policy, Compliance and Ethics

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Tuesday, October 29 • MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS Annual Business Meeting and Awards Breakfast

Edward Gabriele

Hartford-Nicholsen Award Midge Breslof Kate McCormick Amy Sikalis

Excellence Award Advanced-Level: Sarah Lampson Newcomer-Level: Esther Gondwe

The Technology Innovation and Application Award Steven Dominguez

The Partnership Award for International or Inter-collegiate Collaboration Henry Tumwijukye

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11:15 am – 12:30 pm

The Herbert B. Chermside Award for Distinguished Contribution to Research Administration

9:30 - 10:45 am

7:45 – 9:15 AM • Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

PD

SPA

MO

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

T1: Research Administrator as a Change Agent Sharon McCarl Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor IRAM-R; LD-E

T3: Overcoming Barriers to Launching a Required Grants Management Training Program Douglas Petcher, Regina Gilson Edgewood, 4th Floor

T5: Scrutinizing Clinical Trial Feasibility Kevin Eskew Bayside B, 4th Floor

T2: 86,400 Seconds: Tools for Time Management Domenica Pappas Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor

T4: Growing Research in a Time of Volatile Funding Jill Mortali, Erika Stevens Bayside A, 4th Floor

T6: Research as a Business: A View Through an Income Statement Keith Graff Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

T16: All Work and No Play Make Research Administrators DULL Liz Fox Bayside B, 4th Floor

T17: Pre-Award Electronic Research Administration Daniel Oshiro Oak Alley, 4th Floor

T19: Performance Indicators and Impact Assessment of a Professional Grants and Innovation Office Ludde Edgren Bayside A, 4th Floor

T18: Research and Funding Development as an Investigator Resource David Widmer Nottoway, 4th Floor

T20: Research Administrator’s Healthcare Clubhouse: A Roundtable Discussion Amy Sikalis Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

LD-R

GR-R; IRAM-R; NIH-R; PA-R

CTRA101-E

CTRA201-E


Tuesday, October 29 • MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS FM

RL

RE

SA

Financial Management

Research Law

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

CTRA201-E; RL-IV

T11: Research Misconduct: The Autism Spectrum Disorder and Vaccine Example Tonya Edvalson Nottoway, 4th Floor HRP-E; RI-IV

T8: Cost Transfers Evelyn Ford, Debra Sokalczuk Oak Alley, 4th Floor FM-R; IRAM-E

T10: Financial Conflict of Interest: One Year Later Cindy Kiel Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor RL-IV

T14: Project Management in Clinical Research: How It Informs Financial Decisions Jiwan Giri Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

11:15 am – 12:30 pm

FM-E

T9: HITECH’s Final Rule: What Are the Implications for Researchers? Marian Hughlett, Melissa Markey Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

9:30 - 10:45 am

T7: Fiscal Stewardship Kris Rhodes Bayside C, 4th Floor

CTRA201-E; IRAM-E

T12: International Developments in RCR and the Requirement to Monitor Institutional RCR Practice Mark Hochman, Ada Sue Selwitz Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor RI-I

T21: Facilities and Administrative Cost Rates: A University Perspective Alex Weekes Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor FM-R; IRAM-E

T23: Hiring Foreign National Researchers? Learn the Immigration & Export Control Issues Linda Rahal Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

T25: Principles of Data Management and Responsible Authorship Tony Onofrietti Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

T27: Negotiating with National Labs: Why Are They So Different? Jennifer Carpenter Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor

T24: Contract Law 101: Contracts, Cooperative Agreements, SubAwards, Sub-Contracts, Memos of Understanding Mary Louise Porter Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

T26: The Ethics Leadership of Research Administrators in Human Subjects Research Edward Gabriele Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

T28: The Next EU Framework Programme: Horizon 2020 – Possibilities for International Cooperation James Gavigan Bayside C, 4th Floor

RL-I,III

RI-I

RL-I,II,IV

T22: How to Prepare Yourself and Your PI for Audits Diane Quinn Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor FM-E

IRAM-R; RL-III

HRP-E; RI-II

RL-I,IV

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Tuesday, October 29 • AFTERNOON CONCURRENT SESSIONS PD

SPA

MO

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

T29: How to Win Respect with Superior Customer Service Beth Doiron, Eleanor Greene, Minessa Mushtaq Bayside C, 4th Floor

T31: Planning Overview: Implementing Successful Open Source Solutions Mark Larmoyeux Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

T33: Managing Complex Awards Lucy Kolessin, Seanne Falconer Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

T30: Planting Seeds and Dropping Breadcrumbs: Leading Change in Your Institution Stephanie Endy Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor

T32: Above the Cloud: Social Media Primer for the Research Administrator Renee Vaughan Bayside A, 4th Floor

T34: Current Issues in Managing Research Administration: Best Practices Department Administrators Tolise Miles Oak Alley, 4th Floor

Symposium Lunch with Rod Rose Award 12:30 – 2:00 PM • Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor Cameron Nelson

2012 Symposium Awards Best Paper: Tatiana Schofield Best Poster: Carla Ross, Terrilyn Chiasson, Gerald Johnston

2013 Symposium Paper/Presentations Economic Analysis of Research Misconduct and Effective Deterrent Penalties for DHHS-Funded Research Grace Liu College of Medicine Centralization, University Decentralization: A Win-Win for the Faculty Kimberly Maune

2:00 - 3:15 pm

Rod Rose Award

IRAM-E

Symposium Posters in the Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor Poster Presentations on Wednesday, October 30, 10:45 – 11:15 am

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3:45 - 5:00 pm

Stop by and visit

PA-E

LD-E

Improving the Efficiency of the Research Award Setup Process Rob Rubens Understanding the Eight Commitments in the FDA Form 1572 Cris Wells

LD-E

T43: Dissecting Generational Dynamics Amy Sikalis, Jesse Whitfield Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

T45: Conducting Your Own Internal Review of the Sponsored Projects Process Karen Elliott Otiji, Marie Gardner, Maria Soliman Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor

T47: Walking on Egg Shells: Building a Research Support Office Annedorte Vad, Silke Blohm Bayside B, 4th Floor

T44: Creating an Effective Leadership Development Plan Jennifer Shambrook Oak Alley, 4th Floor

T46: Pre- and Post-award Collaboration: The Key to Effective Research Administration Jamie Szabo, Tolise Miles Bayside C, 4th Floor

T48: Research Administration Difficulty and Rankings (RADARS)™: Creating a Quantifiable Workload Distribution System Katie Watkins-Wendell, Heather Kraus Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

LD-E

LD-R

IRAM-E


Tuesday, October 29 • AFTERNOON CONCURRENT SESSIONS FM

RL

RE

SA

Financial Management

Research Law

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

T37: Intellectual Property Issues: Tips for the Savvy Research Administrator James Zanewicz, Judy Bristow, Lauren Goralski Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

T39: Responsible Conduct of Research for Research Administrators Debra Schaller-Demers Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

T36: Building a Proposal Budget M. Fran Stephens Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor

T38: Transferring Research Work Between Institutions Cindy Kiel Nottoway, 4th Floor

T40: Human Research Protection: Building Organization-Wide Accountability Sarah Kiskaddon, Scott Lipkin Edgewood, 4th Floor

FM-E; RL-I,IV

FM-E; GR-E; IRAM-R

T42: DARPA Funding Opportunities Michael Mutty Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor IRAM-E; PA-E

HRP-R; PA-E; RI-VI

RL-II

RL-I,III

RI-VI; RL-IV

FM-R

T51: IP 101: You Can’t Patent Blue Genes, and a Myriad of Other IP Developments Melissa Markey Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

T53: The Ten Core Areas of RCR Jo Ann Smith, Griselle Baéz-Muñoz Bayside A, 4th Floor

T55: Transformative Convergence Research Promotion Strategy and Review Processes in Basic Science and Engineering of National Research of Korea (NRF) Kwisun Park, Eun-Jong Cha, Sung-Jong Lee Edgewood, 4th Floor

T54: Case Studies in Research Ethics: An Historical Perspective Tony Onofrietti Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

T56: All in the Family or Family Feud? NIH Grants Managers and University Research Administrators Working Together Melinda Nelson, Erik Edgerton, Jamie Thompson, Jeff Thurston Nottoway, 4th Floor

RI-I

RL-II

T50: Post-Award Financial Management Donna Marano Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor FM-E; IRAM-R

T52: The Changing Landscape – Using Social Media in Research Administration – Trials and Tribulations Penny Smith, Jennifer Kimbro Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor RL-I,IV

RI-I

3:45 - 5:00 pm

T49: A Frank Discussion on Service Centers Paul Nacon Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

2:00 - 3:15 pm

T35: U.S.-International Research Collaborations: Whole of Life Financial Management to Support Successful Outcomes Denise Clark, Kathy Heinze Bayside B, 4th Floor

NIH-E

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Wednesday, October 30 • MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS Closing General Session 7:45 – 9:15 AM • Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

A panel immediately following the Keynote will continue discussion on how research survives natural disaster. We will hear from Mr. Dan Oshiro, who rode out the 1995 Northridge earthquake while at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.  He will share the institution’s reaction to this disaster, as well as accommodations made by funding agencies during the institution’s time of need. Mr. Kevin Titus will take off his research administration hat and discuss his role as the American Red Cross national spokesperson. Kevin will share his thoughts and experiences on how to best communicate to the research community in times of crisis. This moderated panel discussion will be interactive. Participants will have an opportunity to either ask questions of the panel, or to text questions to the panel moderator.

Panelists Anthony Carna Kevin Titus Daniel Oshiro

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11:15 am – 12:30 pm

Mr. Anthony Carna, Director of Sponsored Programs Administration at New York University’s Langone Medical Center will present the closing Keynote Address on Wednesday, October 30th. Tony will share how his institution has reacted to the damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy on research programs and facilities. He will describe the current status of research at his institution as well as the challenges he and his colleagues continue to face as they rebuild.

9:30 - 10:45 am

Research Survives Natural Disaster

PD

SPA

MO

Professional Development

Sponsored Program Administration

Management and Operations

W1: Teamwork Essentials: Research Administration at Smaller Institutions Kathryn Schoonover-Redden, Susan Evans Bayside B, 4th Floor

W3: eRA Implementation: Tales from the Other Side Rick Francis, Maryellen O’Brien, Marcia Landen, Philip Spina, Lynda Wolter Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

W5: Good Practice of International Research Cooperation Between Developed and Developing Countries Frans Swanepoel Edgewood, 4th Floor

W2: Communications and Media Skills for the Research Professional James Zanewicz, Ellen De Graffenreid Bayside C, 4th Floor

W4: Anatomy and Physiology of Sponsored Awards Jennifer Shambrook, Nancy Cruikshank Oak Alley, 4th Floor IRAM-R

W6: How Shared Services Enables New Business Process and System Solution Joanne Bentley, Jennifer Pavelec Bayside A, 4th Floor

W13: Mentoring Basics Kim Carter Bayside C, 4th Floor

W15: Considering Feasibility and Scientific Value Produces Proposals of Significance Erika Stevens, Stephanie Endy Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

W17: New Models for Research Administration in an Academic Medical Center Keith Graff Edgewood, 4th Floor

W16: Bridging the Gap: Central and Academic Departments Working Together Nicole Hammill, Stephanie Laurent Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor

W18: Sustainable Research Administration: The Internal Customer Care Model (ICC Model) Elizabeth Mabisi, Susan Mawemuko Bayside B, 4th Floor

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Wednesday, October 30 • MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS FM

RL

RE

SA

Financial Management

Research Law

Research Ethics/ Compliance

Sponsors and Agencies

RL-I,IV

W10: Developing a Human Subjects Research Protocol from Scratch Tom Bechert Napoleon A3, 3rd Floor

W12: National Institutes of Health (NIH) Update Rhythms 1&2, 2nd Floor

W24: Managing a Donor-Funded Institutional Project: The Jos Carnegie Experience Patricia Lar, Hayward Mafuyai Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

11:15 am – 12:30 pm

CTRA101-E; FM-E

W8: Students, Interns, Volunteers and Visitors as Researchers Mary Louise Porter Nottoway, 4th Floor

9:30 - 10:45 am

W7: Effort Issues at Academic Medical Centers (AMCs) Matthew Staman Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

CTRA201-E; RI-VI

W9: The Impact of the Physicians Payments Sunshine Act on Clinical Research Penny Smith, Kelly Willenberg Napoleon A1&2, 3rd Floor

W11: Primer on Human Research Regulations and the Role of the IRB Jennifer Dier, Laverne Estanol, Theresa Sanchez Napoleon D3, 3rd Floor

W20: Disputes in Grants and Cooperative Agreements J. Michael Slocum Napoleon D1&2, 3rd Floor

W22: ABCs of Research Administration Compliance Debra Schaller-Demers Nottoway, 4th Floor

RL-I,IV

W19: Effort, Why Is It SO Much Effort? Trudy Riley, Diane Quinn Oak Alley, 4th Floor FM-R

RL-III

W21: Innovative Research Collaborations with Industry: The Pros and Cons Karen Mullin, Zafrira Avnur Bayside A, 4th Floor RI-VI; RL-I,II,III

CTRA101-E

IRAM-E; RI-II

Evaluations Reminder! Conference Evaluations will be sent electronically each day for concurrent sessions while the overall evaluation will come after the meeting. We appreciate the feedback and look forward to reading your electronic evaluation comments!

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Board of Directors and SRA International Staff Board of Directors President Sandra Nordahl Director, Sponsored Research Contracting and Compliance San Diego State University Research Foundation Immediate Past President Jim Hanlon CEO/CAO TRIUMF Treasurer Cliff Schofield Retired Secretary Bruce Steinert Director of Clinical Research Midwestern Regional Medical Center for Cancer Treatment Centers of America At-Large Board Member Amy Sikalis Director, Office of Research Intermountain Healthcare

At-Large Board Member Kris Rhodes Director, Educational Services MAXIMUS At-Large Board Member Debra Schaller-Demers Director, Research Outreach and Compliance Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center At-Large Board Member Katie Watkins-Wendell Assistant Vice President for Research The University of Akron Ex-Officio Elliott Kulakowski CEO SRA International Ad Hoc Board Member Russ Price Federal Compliance Manager Utah State University

Ad Hoc Board Member Angela Willis At-Large Board Member Executive Assistant Jackie Solberg University of Arkansas at Little Director, Pre-Award & Regulatory Compliance Research Administration Rock Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Ad Hoc Board Member At-Large Board Member Judy Bristow Director, Office of Sponsored Programs Grants Administration University of Louisville

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Mark Hochman Senior Advisor, Research Policy and Strategy University of Tasmania Ad Hoc Board Member Portia Garvey Assistant Director, Pre-Award Services University of Delaware

SRA INTERNATIONAL STAFF Elliott Kulakowski CEO Ellen Lupinski Director of Meetings and Education Rebecca Vandall Director of New Program Development and Strategic Partnerships Kerri McGovern Manager of Membership, Marketing, and Communications

Society of Research Administrators International To globally foster and strengthen research management, administration, and knowledge transfer.

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Yvette Rector Accountant

Society of Research Administrators International


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EXHIBIT HALL

Exhibitors

Sunday, October 27, 7:30 – 9:00 pm Monday, October 28, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Tuesday, October 29, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Wednesday, October 30, 9:00 am – 11:15 am

FOOD STATIONS

ATTENDEE LOUNGE

EXPLORE The Exhibit Hall The Exhibit Hall features Internet Kiosks sponsored by

University of Central Florida, Master of Research Administration Program, morning and afternoon refreshment breaks, and a Farewell to New Orleans Celebration on Wednesday, October 30 Visit the SRA International Membership and Career Center Booths to say #IAMSRA and enter to win a gift basket, learn more about SRA International member benefits and activities, or find your next job!

Trick-or-Treat The TRICK is to visit with exhibitors and collect enough stamps to reach the

finish line. Drop off completed forms into the cauldron at the Information Desk. Attend the 3:15 PM Tuesday, October 29 break to see if you won a TREAT in the raffle drawing.

Exhibitor Raffles Visit various exhibit booths and drop off your business card for a chance to win fun prizes. Join us for the raffle drawings during the 3:15 PM break on Monday, October 28 and Tuesday, October 29 to see if you win! (Winner must be present at the time of the drawing.) 22

307 Hanover Research 309 SRA Career Center Job Board 311 Wellspring Worldwide, Inc. 315 InfoEd Global, Inc. Silver Sponsor 317 SRA Western/Southern Section 319 SRA Midwest/Northeast Section 406 City of Hope 407 Attain 408 Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) 409 Evisions, Inc. Platinum Sponsor 410 CONVERIS by AVEDAS 413 iMedRIS Data Corporation 418 University of Central Florida Masters in Research Administration Bronze Sponsor 506 eCustoms 507 Priority Software 508 MAXIMUS Higher Education, Inc. 509 Emmanuel College Graduate Programs in Research Administration Bronze Sponsor 510 Digital Science 511 Greenphire 512 Rostertech™/ Lecticon 513 Key Solutions, Inc. 606 Process Pathways 607 Management Concepts 608 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 609 The Bioethics Program at Union Graduate College and Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai 610 Johns Hopkins University Master of Research Administration Bronze Sponsor 611 Huron Education, Click: A Huron Solution 612 ERA Software Systems, Inc. 615 IT Works, Inc. 617 Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC) 619 Moderas Bronze Sponsor 706 ML Weekes & Company, PC 710 Amber Road 714 INORMS, 2014 Washington, DC 716 SRA International Membership

View exhibitor descriptions in the 2013 SRA International Conference App


SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE Saturday, October 26 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM

10:45 - 11:15 AM

Registration and Information Desk Open

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Board of Directors Meeting

Morning Break in the Exhibit Hall

Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor

11:15 AM - 12:30 PM Concurrent Sessions

Oak Alley, 4th Floor

12:30 - 2:00 PM

Napoleon BC, 3rd Floor

Lunch on your Own

1:00 – 2:00 PM

8:30 AM - Noon

Morning Workshops

Noon - 1:30 PM

Workshop Luncheon (tickets required)

Waterbury, 2nd Floor

1:00 - 6:00 PM

Senior Leadership Institute

Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

1:30 - 5:00 PM

Afternoon Workshops

Sunday, October 27 7:30 AM - 8:00 PM Registration and Information Desk Open

Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor

Section Planning Meeting Southern/Western • Rhythms 1, 2nd Floor Northeast/Midwest • Rhythms 3, 2nd Floor

2:00 - 3:15 PM

Concurrent Sessions

3:15 - 3:45 PM

Afternoon Break in the Exhibit Hall with Raffle Napoleon BC, 3rd Floor

3:45 - 5:00 PM Concurrent Sessions 5:00 - 6:00 PM Education and Professional Development Committee Meeting

8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

Senior Leadership Institute

8:30 AM - Noon

Morning Workshops

Noon - 1:30 PM

Workshop Luncheon (tickets required)

Noon - 5:00 PM

Exhibitor and Poster Set-up

7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Registration and Information Desk Open

Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor

1:30 - 5:00 PM

Afternoon Workshops

7:30 – 7:45 AM Breakfast

Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

Grand Chenier, 5th Floor Waterbury, 2nd Floor

2:00 - 5:00 PM Committee Meetings 2:00 PM - President’s, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor Journal, Borgne, 3rd Floor Development & Finance, Grand Ballroom DE, 5th Floor 3:00 PM – Membership, Borgne, 3rd Floor Bylaws, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor 4:00 PM – Catalyst, Borgne, 3rd Floor

Grand Couteau, 5th Floor

Tuesday, October 29

7:45 - 9:15 AM

Annual Business Meeting and Awards

Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open 9:30 - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Sessions

10:45 - 11:15 AM

Morning Break in the Exhibit Hall

Napoleon BC, 3rd Floor

11:15 AM - 12:30 PM Concurrent Sessions 12:30 - 2:00 PM

Symposium Lunch with Paper Presentations and Rod Rose Award Sponsored by Evisions Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

5:30 - 6:30 PM

New to the SRA International Annual Meeting? Welcome and Introduction Grand Ballroom DE, 5th Floor

2:00 - 3:15 PM

Concurrent Sessions

3:15 - 3:45 PM

Afternoon Break in the Exhibit Hall with Raffle Napoleon BC, 3rd Floor

6:45 - 7:30 PM

Section Meetings

3:45 - 5:00 PM

Concurrent Sessions

7:30 - 11:00 PM

Canada • Oak Alley, 4th Floor Midwest • Bayside A, 4th Floor Northeast • Bayside C, 4th Floor

Western • Rhythms 2, 2nd Floor International • Rhythms I, 2nd Floor Southern • Rhythms III, 2nd Floor

Opening Reception in the Exhibit Hall

Napoleon Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Monday, October 28

Wednesday, October 30 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Registration and Information Desk Open

Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor

7:30 – 7:45 AM

Breakfast

Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

7:45 - 9:15 AM

Closing General Session

Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

7:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Registration and Information Desk Open Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor

9:00 AM – 11:15 PM Exhibit Hall Open

7:30 – 7:45 AM

Breakfast

Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

9:30 - 10:45 AM

7:45 - 9:15 AM

Opening General Session with Keynote Speaker and Distinguished Faculty Recognition Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor

10:45 - 11:15 AM

“Farewell to New Orleans” in the Exhibit Hall

Napoleon BC, 3rd Floor

Symposium Poster Presentations

Napoleon Foyer, 3rd Floor

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open 9:30 - 10:45 AM

Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent Sessions

11:15 AM - 12:30 PM Concurrent Sessions 2:00 - 5:00 PM

Board of Directors Meeting

Oak Alley, 4th Floor

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