QUEST Seminar on Responsible Research
The BIH QUEST Center on Responsible Research strives to increase the value of biomedical research, making it more trustworthy, useful and ethical. Our aim is to overcome the roadblocks of translational medicine to foster innovation that contributes to improving healthcare and increasing patient benefit.
With the QUEST Seminar on Responsible Research we wish to establish a communication channel primarily - but not exclusively - oriented towards our colleagues at Charité and BIH. Here, we want to present and discuss QUEST-relevant topics in order to jointly address challenges, facilitate exchange of experiences, and explore solutions for implementing responsible practices in biomedical research.
Apart from offering talks by local or external speakers, we also aim to support the exchange of theoretical knowledge from experts with practical examples from users. For this, we encourage the Charité and BIH communities to participate actively in suggesting topics you are interested in from the QUEST portfolio, or presenting own projects related to QUEST topics (user cases).
The QUEST Seminar on Responsible Research is thought to be of benefit for the scientific community at the Charité and the BIH. We welcome all colleagues interested in knowing more about QUEST and our projects and activities, and about other groups or institutes working on QUEST-related topics. Feel free to contact us with your suggestions.
Scientific coordination and organisation
- Dr. Lorena Martinez G., Project manager officer, BIH QUEST Center
- Meggie Danziger, Research fellow DECIDE project, BIH QUEST Center
Doctoral students are eligible to obtain 0.1 ECTS points for every attended lecture. A certificate will be provided at the end of the respective semester.
Time: The seminar takes place Tuesdays at 4:00 - 5:00 pm (CET, UTC+1), bi-weekly on odd calendar weeks, during the semester lecture period.
Confirmed dates during the winter semester 2022/23:
October 25th | November 8th | November 22nd | December 6th | January 17th | January 31st | February 14th
Seminar language: English
Venue: Online, via Microsoft TEAMS. For joining, use this link.
Once you have the link, there is no further registration needed.