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RESEARCH ETHICS: Record Keeping and Integrity. Matthew Ronning Associate Vice Chancellor Research Administration. Introduction. Regulatory Compliance Human Subjects Animal Subjects Conflicts of Interest Export Controls Scientific Misconduct And waterskiing to boot!. Quiz. Definitions.

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RESEARCH ETHICS: Record Keeping and Integrity

Matthew Ronning

Associate Vice Chancellor

Research Administration

introduction
Introduction
  • Regulatory Compliance
    • Human Subjects
    • Animal Subjects
    • Conflicts of Interest
    • Export Controls
  • Scientific Misconduct
  • And waterskiing to boot!
definitions
Definitions
  • Fabrication
  • Falsification
  • Plagiarism
  • Other non-scholarly behaviors
    • Fiduciary
    • Egocentricity
      • I suppose I’m guilty!
where are the problems
Where are the problems?
  • Lack of documentation
  • Lack of communication
  • Lack of caring
  • Pressure to finish
  • Leadership is missing
  • It starts in 2nd grade

http://www.ncsu.edu/sparcs/lab_management

where are the problems6
Where are the problems?

Source: 2003 Office of Inspector General – National Science Foundation

two words on documentation
Two Words on Documentation
  • Laboratory Notebooks
  • Challenges in the digital age
  • Fraud more prevalent with digital records
  • Forensics are available but not infallible
  • DO IT!
digital records
Systemize storage

Naming conventions

Back ups - tracked

Log / diary

Keep the failures

What’s more important, validation or invalidation when testing a hypothesis?

Arguably, invalidation is more important

Repeating mistakes is stupid

Failure to document what has been tried and failed is a tragedy to the body of knowledge.

Digital Records
pay attention to you
Pay Attention to YOU
  • Record – Keep it clean and be religious about it
  • Review –Remind yourself what you did the last few days.
  • Instruct – Document instructions given and received. Share docs.
  • Counsel – Let your subordinates and others know how to behave.
  • Think! – Stop for a moment and think about where you’ve been and

where you are headed

  • Double Check – Lit search is not a one-stop shopping spree
  • Heal – Shore up adversarial relationships
some real examples
Some Real Examples
  • WWho thought of it first? – Plagiarism resulting from a case of “I don’t like you”
  • CChange the numbers, then run the program. – Instructions for an NIH grant application or for an educational exercise?
  • XXX – 18 and older only
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