Dr. John Galland, Director, Division of Education and Integrity, Office of Research Integrity U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
October 21st, 2009
Mary Gates Hall, Room 389
Dr. Galland will provide guidance to students, fellows and faculty on the meaning of conducting research responsibly and what that means to us in our day to day research environment.
Twenty years ago, the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) at DHHS, in concert with the community of scholars in the United States and internationally, provided guidance on conducting research responsibly.
Nine focus areas were identified and education and training in these areas was encouraged and in some instances required. Dr. Galland will share the ORI insights on how we incorporate these principles into mentoring and carrying out research. Those core areas include:
• Ownership of research data
• Recognizing and addressing conflicts of interest • Working with human subjects • Issues of animal welfare • Misconduct in research • Authorship and publication protocols • Rights & responsibilities of mentors and mentees • Peer review • Complexities of collaborative science
No registration is necessary.
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