SCORE: Study Coordinators Organization for Research & Education
SCORE provides support and regular networking opportunities to University research coordinators and staff. The participants of this UR CTSI-sponsored group meet to share information, collaborate, develop tools and best practices and learn of University processes related to human subject research management.
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This is an informal program. Many of SCORE's members are experienced coordinators who can share their expertise on specific tasks or provide one-on-one professional guidance to coordinators who are in new positions or have new responsibilities coordinating human subject research at the University. Email SCORE for more information.
Professional Development and Forums
SCORE recognizes the constant hard work and dedication of each and every one of our study coordinators. To better recognize your outstanding work, we developed four awards to be given annually to study coordinators who demonstrate excellence in meliora values, teamwork, mentorship, and patient or research participant engagement. Each award carries a $50 monetary bonus. Congratulations to all!
The Teamwork Award recognizes commitment to consistently modeling open communication, cooperation and inclusion, and for building collaborative relationships to accomplish organizational goals.
2022 recipient: Sarah Dermady
The Meliora Award recognizes commitment to the Meliora values of equity, leadership, integrity, openness, respect and accountability in every day work through words, actions and dealings with others.
2022 recipient: Christine Annis
The Mentorship Award recognizes commitment to the mentorship values of an individual, who demonstrates a willingness to share their knowledge, skills and time with others as well as encouraging the mentees to gain confidence in their skills and develop professionally.
2022 recipient: Amy Cheshire
The Engagement Award recognizes commitment to outstanding patient or research participant engagement by implementing innovative research processes, including teaching, collaboration and positively impacting the commitment of the research participant.
2022 recipient: Elizabeth Luebbe