Saint Louis University


Individuals who have used P.I. Program Workshop services offered the following testimonials. They are de-identified for obvious reasons.

From Workshop participants:

"At the time I came to the course, I was demoralized and convinced that I would be stuck in my situation indefinitely. It was such a relief to find the course was a place to dispassionately examine the factors that led up to problems, realize the roles played by myself and others, and to plan out how I could change constructively to accommodate the institution."
"I found the course really helped me at a time when I was despairing that I might not be able to return to research. The focus on exploring how each participant entered into their particular dilemma was very informative. All the course staff really seemed to focus on helping the participants get through and beyond their difficulties."

From a Referring Institutional Official:

"I will unequivocally state that the program has done exactly what it is intended in our case. The PI in question is now very much aware of and ardently following through with the responsibilities that come with a substantial federal grant. Different as night and day over the last few months - we'll see if it keeps up but very happy so far."

Funding: The P.I. Program was initially developed as the Restoring Professionalism and Integrity in Research (RePAIR) program with funding from the National Institutes of Health. The P.I. Program currently has funding from the U.S. Office of Research Integrity to engage in program assessment.
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