Responsible Conduct of Research (BIOL/CHEM 397 – spring 2011). Agenda / Goals for Today. What is RCR Components of RCR Responsibilities & Consequences Scenarios Your Research Ethics. Encouraging responsible conduct of research.
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Responsible Conduct of Research (BIOL/CHEM 397 – spring 2011)
The aim of discussing research ethics is to encourage integrity in the pursuit of scientific investigation and practice among of scientists, scholars, and professionals
Office of Research Integrity, Department of Health and Human Services
In other words, be aware of:
Falsification(manipulating research materials, equipment, or processes, or changing or omitting data or results such that the research is not accurately represented in the research record)
“I tell stories. I don't discuss my documents. I discuss the story. It almost gets to the point where, how much is the reader going to take? I am not writing a Ph.D. dissertation.”
“I wish I had put the quotation marks in, but I didn't. I am not out there stealing other people's writings. If I am writing up a passage and it is a story I went to tell and this story fits and a part of it is from other people's writing, I just type it up that way and put it in a footnote. I just want to know where the hell it came from.” *
* David D. Kirkpatrick, "As Historian's Fame Grows, So Does Attention to Sources,"New York Times, January 11, 2002
Data Manipulation - third time’s the charm (Scene 2)
Data Management - my “dog” ate my data (Scene 5)
Sharing of Lab Resources – please may I? I won’t tell (Scene 8)
Plagiarism and Inappropriate Citation - And I’m only a grad student!
John Galland, Office of Research Integrity, 2009, http://ori.hhs.gov/blog/?p=15
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