This video addresses issues arising in clinical and social research, such as the importance of appropriately protecting research participants and avoiding research misconduct.
Topic: Research Integrity/Research Misconduct
Interactive Video from the ORI: The Lab
Topics include mentorship responsibilities, handling of data, responsible authorship, and questionable research practices with guidance on how to avoid research misconduct.
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Committee on Research Integrity, School of Medicine
Evaluates and adjudicates cases of alleged research misconduct against staff, students, trainees, postdoctoral appointees, and/or faculty members with primary appointments in the School of Medicine Committee Members Gregory Storch, MD CRI Chair and Research Integrity Officer Kendall Blumer, PhD Department of Cell Biology & Physiology Angela Brown, MD Department of Medicine Richard Cote, MD, FRCPath, […]
Committee on Research Integrity, Danforth Campus
Evaluates and adjudicates cases of alleged research misconduct against staff, students, trainees, postdoctoral appointees, and/or faculty members with primary appointments in the Schools of the Danforth Campus. Committee Members Gregory Storch, MD CRI Chair and Research Integrity Officer Tammy English, PhD Arts & Sciences Psychology Mark Jakiela, PhD McKelvey School of Engineering Mechanical Engineering & […]
Rights and Responsibilities of Individuals Involved in Research Misconduct Proceedings
December 10, 2010 Complainant/Witness Respondent Individuals providing requested information Research Integrity Officer Members on the Committee on Research Integrity Office of Research Integrity & Ethics (ORIE) Vice Chancellor for Research Deans Department Heads Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and General Counsel (OGC) Legal counsel/advisor for the respondent Complainant/Witness Rights Protection from retaliation for his/her […]
Program for the Ethical and Responsible Conduct of Science and Scholarship (PERCSS)
About The PERCSS Core Curriculum features eight web-based learning modules in areas related to ethical and responsible conduct of research. For additional research ethics training, see the Education and Training Section of Responsible Conduct of Research. All members of the Washington University research community are welcome to participate in PERCSS educational programming. Core Curriculum The PERCSS Core Curriculum is […]