Research Conduct and Compliance Office

Controlling Controlled Substances: How to Procure, Secure, and Dispose of Controlled Drugs


Managing controlled drugs in accordance with the Drug Enforcement Administration regulations is a challenge for many investigators. This workshop is to provide guidance on how to purchase, secure, and dispose of controlled substances in accordance with these regulations and the University's Controlled Drug Guidelines.

This workshop is relevant for investigators, postdocs, graduate students, and staff members who use controlled drugs in their research program.

Controlling Controlled Substances: How to Procure, Secure, and Dispose of Controlled Drugs


Managing controlled drugs in accordance with the Drug Enforcement Administration regulations is a challenge for many investigators. This workshop is to provide guidance on how to purchase, secure, and dispose of controlled substances in accordance with these regulations and the University's Controlled Drug Guidelines.

This workshop is relevant for investigators, postdocs, graduate students, and staff members who use controlled drugs in their research program.

The Reliability Crisis: Will It Destroy Science?


Bill Yates, Ph.D.
Co-Director, Research Conduct and Compliance Office
Professor of Otolaryngology and Neuroscience
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Neurophysiology

It has recently been shown that most research findings cannot be replicated by other researchers, and that most preclinical studies cannot be effectively translated to new medical treatments. This lecture discusses the many factors that have contributed to poor research reliability, as well as steps that can be taken at all levels to improve research reliability.