Biomedical Research Integrity
All MCB students are required to attend 5 lectures and 3 discussions sessions by the end of the second year. The lectures and discussion groups are offered at UW and Fred Hutch. MCB students can attend at either institution.
REGISTERING FOR LECTURES
Register for lectures at UW or at Fred Hutch through the UW BRI site:
MyBRI account registration information:
|Department||Molecular and Cellular Biology|
|Title||Predoc Research Assoc|
|Box Number (UW based students)||Permanent Lab’s Box Number|
|Box Number (Hutch based students)||357275|
|Type of Trainee||UW School of Medicine|
|UW School or College or Affiliated Org||School of Medicine|
|PI First Name||Rich|
|PI Last Name||Gardner|
|Title of Grant||Molecular and Cellular Biology|
|What is your position on the grant/department?||Graduate Student (non trainee)|
After you’ve established your MyBRI account, you can register for lectures.
REGISTERING FOR DISCUSSIONS
Register for discussions in the same section as UW Lectures at the UW BRI site.
Fred Hutch Discussions
Register for Fred Hutch Discussions through this site:
You will need a HutchNet ID to register for Fred Hutch discussion sections. Email Maia at email@example.com if you don’t have a HutchNet ID.
Fill out the attendance form at each lecture or discussion at either UW or Fred Hutch to receive credit.
Access BRI attendance record here:
- Register BRI Series Seminars
- Attend 5 lectures and 3 discussions by end of Second Year