Join ORI's Division of Investigative Oversight to help oversee the handling of research misconduct proceedings. This job listing is open to all U.S. Citizens.
Join ORI's Division of Investigative Oversight to help oversee the handling of research misconduct proceedings. Note: This job announcement is for current federal employees. Non-federal applicants should check USAJobs.gov for a job announcement (vacancy announcement HHS-OASH-DE-16-1771600) expected to be released shortly.
ORI is seeking a GS-14 Scientist-Investigator to help oversee research misconduct investigations. Position announcement closes 8/24/2016.
ORI found that Dr. Zhiyu Li engaged in research misconduct by falsifying and/or fabricating data included in published papers, submitted manuscript, poster presentation, and grant applications.
Check out ORI's new infographic on promoting research integrity. Stay tuned for more infographics like these in the future.
July 20-21, 2016. Colorado State University is holding a conference on retractions with speakers from ORI, NSF, top journals, research integrity officers, and other notable leaders in the field. The conference is supported by a grant from ORI (#ORIIR150014).
This edition of the ORI newsletter contains summaries of new misconduct findings, upcoming workshops and conferences, review articles, and a tribute to the former ORI Director, Chris Pascal, who recently passed away.
ORI found that Meredyth M. Forbes engaged in research misconduct by intentionally falsifying and/or fabricating data reported in three published papers and four meeting presentations.
ORI found that falsified and/or fabricated data were included in one funded NIH grant, two publications, two posters, and one presentation.
ORI found that falsified and/or fabricated data were included in three NIH grant applications, one NIH grant progress report, one publication, seven presentations, and one image file.