Other Training Resources

Ethics Core (University of Illinois online ethics resource)

Assessing the Need for a Research Ethics Remediation Program by James M. DuBois , D.Sc., Ph.D., Emily E. Anderson , Ph.D., and John Chibnall , Ph.D.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST AND COMMITMENT:
Office of Research Integrity
SBU Conflict of Interest

DATA MANAGEMENT:
Office of Research Integrity

DATA INTEGRITY:
For Better Science

MENTORSHIP:
Office of Research Integrity

PEER REVIEW:
Office of Research Integrity

AUTHORSHIP:
Office of Research Integrity

ANIMAL SUBJECTS RESEARCH
Office of Research Integrity
SBU Division of Laboratory Animal Resources

HUMAN SUBJECTS RESEARCH
Office of Research Integrity
SBU Human Subjects
SBU Human Subjects Training
Stony Brook Cancer Center
SBU Office of Clinical Trials

SCIENTIFIC MISCONDUCT
NEW  Office of Research Integrity: Case Studies: Dr. Thompson's Lab
NEW Office of Research Integrity Infographics ORI has developed a series of infographics addressing the RCR and handling of research misconduct.  These include:  "Everyone Plays a Role in Research Integrity", "5 Ways Supervisors Can Promote Research Integrity", "The Research Community Safeguards Scientific Integrity",  " Possible Red Flags of Research Misconduct", "Tips for Presenting Scientific Images with Integrity", "Research Trainees:  What You Should Know about Research Misconduct", "Write Ethically from Start to Finish", and "You Suspect Research Misconduct. Now What?"

Office of Research Integrity: The Research Clinic
Office of Research Integrity:  Research Misconduct; Understanding Plagiarism; and Guidelines for Avoiding Plagriarism, Self-Plagiarism, and Other Questionable Writing Practices:  A Guide to Ethical Writing
Office of Research Integrity: The Lab
New York Times: Misconduct Widespread in Retracted Science Papers, Study Finds
Science Codex: Men More Likely to Commit Research Misconduct than Female Counterparts
Plagiarism Editorial: Goodman and Mallet
New York Times: An Unwelcome Discovery
New York Times: Crack Down on Scientific Fraudsters
Washington Post: Famed Japanese Stem-Cell Scientist Dies in Apparent Suicide Amid Retraction Scandal

 

 

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