Using ICPSR’s Virtual Data Enclave (VDE)

Hello. This video is required viewing for anyone accessing ICPSR’s Virtual Data Enclave, or VDE. At the end of this video you will be asked a short series of questions to verify your understanding of the concepts in the training. You must complete this video and these questions before using the VDE. In this video […]

What’s in a Surname: The History of Surnames and How They Help in Family History Research

Hello and welcome to the MyHeritage webinar series. I’m Marian Pierre-Louis, your host, broadcasting to you live from Massachusetts. Today we have Alejandro T. Rubinstein with us who is live in Mexico City, Mexico for his class, What’s In a Surname: The History of Surnames and How They Help in Family History Research. Thanks to […]

Revealing Indigenous Histories Through Oral Interviews

Well thank you everyone for being here I’m really excited to be sharing the afternoon with you and hearing all sorts of really interesting things from from colleagues and and some of the overlap in our areas. I was also really thankful to hear a bunch of territorial acknowledgments, which is always really important. I’d […]

NMSU Eye on Research: Stahmann Farms oral histories project

I’ve lived in San Miguel since 2014 and I drive to and from work on Highway 28, so I always see these huge pecans and a lot of people working there, a lot of our people working there, and a lot of my neighbors are actually have [been] in San Miguel for their entire lives. […]

University of Rwanda – Enabling a knowledge based society. A film about the UR-Sweden Programme.

Rwanda, a country in the heart of Africa with an estimated population of 11.5 million people, is known for its green mountainous landscape as the Land of a Thousand hills. A country that has transformed dramatically since the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, in which more than 1 million people died. A country that is […]

Encephalitis Society – 25th Birthday at City Hall London, 20th June 2019

Inside this fantastic building we’ve been celebrating 25 years of the Encephalitis Society. So now it’s been a lovely event we’ve had people together from all aspects of the society, most importantly the patients and the carers, including so many that have been involved with the Society for many years. However many times I’ve been […]

Ethics of Ancestry Testing in Cancer Clinical Research

CAROL WEIL: Hello everyone. I’m Carol Weil, program director at the National Cancer Institute. On behalf of our NCI Enrich Forum Team, I’d like to welcome you to today’s presentation on the Ethics of Ancestry Testing in Cancer Clinical Research. A few logistical comments for our remote viewers before we begin. All lines have been […]

RRI for the Research Community

Oral Histories: 50 Years of UC San Diego School of Medicine (Ellen Beck)

When I was a medical student at McGill University in Montreal, I had the honor to participate in La Jolla in a national program called Human Dimensions in Medical Education. They were teaching physicians, faculty, deans from around the country how to transform medical education to make it more humanistic, and I got to participate […]