2021 SRAI Annual Meeting will be Live and In Person in New Orleans

By SRAI News posted 06-10-2021 09:29



2021 SRAI Annual Meeting will be Live and In Person in New Orleans

We are pleased to announce that the annual meeting program is now available for review.

We would like to encourage everyone to check out the educational programming opportunities that will be available at this year’s meeting. Many thanks to all who submitted proposals and to the committees that reviewed and selected the presentations that will be included in this excellent program.

The Annual Meeting theme this year is “Leading Change, Inspiring Excellence." We can’t think of a more fitting theme given the challenges and changes we have all persevered through over the past year.

Our first Keynote Speaker is Dr. Neil Lamb of Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology. Each year Dr. Lamb and his team search the globe for stories on research, scientific advancement, and knowledge transfer. We are excited to hear some of his stories and learn from these experiences.

Workshops and sessions will be offered in the following eight educational tracks:

  • Financial and Post-award Administration
  • Management and Operations
  • Professional Development
  • Research Impact & Communications
  • Research Ethics and Compliance
  • Research Law and Regulations
  • Sponsors and Agencies
  • Sponsored Programs Planning, Development and Deliveries

 The 2021 SRAI Annual Meeting program also will offer registrants an opportunity to obtain course credit toward the following four certificates: 

Registrants can also receive continuing education units and credit for all modules and plenaries they attend during the meeting. More information on this can be found on the official continuing education meeting page

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for October 23-27 at the New Orleans Marriott for a great slate of workshops, sessions, main events, educational tracks, and networking opportunities. We look forward to seeing you there!

Laissez les bon temps rouler!


Cindy Morin, Co-Chair
Johns Hopkins University