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Call for Proposals Extended to November 1, 2014

The 4th World Conference on Research Integrity, May 31-June 3, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, invites proposals for presentations and posters. The conference theme is "Research Rewards and Integrity: Improving Systems to Promote Responsible Research.”

ORI announces postdoctoral fellowship position

A postdoctoral fellowship position is available at ORI. Applicants must earned doctorate within last five years and have experience with quantitative and qualitative research.

ORI Directors to speak at ARIO Conference

Directors Susan Garfinkel, Ph.D. and Zoë Hammatt, J.D., will speak at the Association of Research Integrity Officers (ARIO) conference in Chicago, September 29 - October 1, 2014. 

New Research Misconduct Finding: Jun Fu

ORI found that Dr. Jun Fu engaged in research misconduct in research supported by National Cancer Institute (NCI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), grants CA56041 and CA127001.

New Research Misconduct Finding: Zhihua Zou

ORI found that Zhihua Zou engaged in research misconduct by falsifying data that were included in two (2) publications.  Both publications have been retracted.

New Research Misconduct Finding: Melanie Cokonis

ORI found that Melanie Cokonis engaged in research misconduct by falsifying assay data that were submitted in reports to NIH.

ORI welcomes new DEI director, Zoë Hammatt

The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) welcomes Zoë Hammatt. Ms. Hammatt is the new director of the Division of Education and Integrity.

New Research Misconduct Finding: Helen Freeman

ORI found that Dr.  Helen Freeman engaged in research misconduct by knowingly and intentionally falsifying three (3) figures and/or legends and one (1) supplemental movie legend in a manuscript submitted for publication to the journal Nature.

Job Announcement: ORI Director Position. Closes May 30

The position announcement for the ORI director is open until May 30, 2014.  Apply through USAJobs.gov.

New Research Misconduct Finding: Li Chen

ORI found that Dr. Li Chen, engaged in research misconduct by intentionally, knowingly, and recklessly fabricated and falsified data reported in publications, submitted manuscript, and grant applications.

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