Best Practices for Running a Lab Webinar

Recorded: June 26, 2014

Moderator
Craig Goergen, PhD
Assistant Professor, Weldon School of Bioengineering, Purdue University

Speaker
Thomas J. Webster, PhD
Chair and Professor of Chemical Engineering, Northeastern University 

Running a lab is the ultimate goal for many early career biomedical engineers, but building a lab that will produce significant research can be a difficult process. Laboratories come with a host of financial needs and responsibilities. In this webinar you will learn from a principal investigator who has a successful lab and can offer tips to help the next generation of biomedical engineers navigate the process of running a lab by:
 
  • Providing protocol and best practices for setting up and organizing a BME lab.
  • Identifying techniques and new standards to be aware of for properly running a lab and maintaining good lab practices.
  • Discussing how to manage a lab and build your lab team.
  • Sharing success stories of how to run a productive lab and publish research.


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