Responsible Conduct of Research
Thursday, June 6, 2024

Katie Pollard


Ryan Corces

Assistant Investigator

AI (artificial intelligence) tools have proliferated in recent years, and provide opportunities to support our scientific work. However, it's important to be strategic and careful when using AI in our research to avoid unintended risks. In this workshop, you'll hear from Katie Pollard and Ryan Corces on topics including:

  • Gladstone's AI guidelines
  • Clarification of terminology
  • Examples of practical usage
  • The pros and cons of tools like ChatGPT

The discussion is open to Gladstone's scientific community. Join your colleagues and earn credit toward your NIH Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training.

Use this template describing Gladstone’s RCR program for your grant applications.

If you need to attend this session virtually, reach out to Alicia Roy for the Zoom information.


June 6, 2024
10:30am-12:00pm PDT
107 A/B

Responsible Conduct of Research provides Gladstone’s scientific community opportunities to openly discuss ethical issues in scientific research and complete the requirements of the NIH policy. Courses are held every 2 months and cover a variety of topics on scientific ethics.

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