BioE 502 Professionalism. Spring 2014 Prof. Brad Sutton Slides adapted from Brian Cunningham. Schedule. 1/24 Intro and Authorship (Sutton) 1/31 Human Subjects and Animals in Research (Sutton) 2/7 Writing and Speaking ( Bhargava )
Prof. Brad Sutton
Slides adapted from Brian Cunningham
1/24 Intro and Authorship (Sutton)
1/31 Human Subjects and Animals in Research (Sutton)
2/7 Writing and Speaking (Bhargava)
2/14 Ethical Behavior in Scientific Research (Loui)
2/21 Grant Proposals (Boppart)
2/28 Intellectual Property (Wille)
3/7 Conflict of Interest (Bashir)
3/14 Final Exam (Leckband)
Post-doc in Sutton Lab
Grad Student in Liang Lab
Grad Student in Sutton Lab
Authorship: All authors must agree to be so listed and must have seen and approved the manuscript, its content, and its submission to Science. Science will send an email to all authors to confirm receipt of each paper. Submission of a paper that has not been approved by all authors may result in immediate rejection without appeal. Any changes in authorship must be approved in writing by all the original authors. All authors of accepted manuscripts are required to affirm and explain their contribution to the manuscript, agree to the conditions of publication including the availability of data and materials, and declare any conflicts of interest. The senior author from each group is required to have examined the raw data their group has produced. Specific information will be sent to most authors at the time of manuscript revision.
GRANT AWARDS ARE NOT “PRODUCTS” BUT A MEANS TO AN END
Correct name and address of Editor
You can suggest potentialjournal cover art
Suggest potential reviewers
with input from advisor
The reviewers are (in general) intelligent readers. If it was not clear to them, then there is an opportunity to make it more clear for future readers.
This indicates that the marked region is changed in response to reviewer 2, comment 7
OUCH! My feelings are hurt!
What an idiot!
Calmly and respectfully disagree
Explain clearly why our work is
NOVEL and IMPORTANT