RCR Casebook: Stories about Researchers Worth Discussing
This casebook was funded through the ORI RCR Resource Development Program to James M. DuBois, St. Louis University.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Case One: My Lab Boss Put His Name on My Papers and Proposals
- Case Two: Risky Authorship
- Case Three: Should I Be Listed as an Author?
- Role Play: Is Theft of Authorship About to Occur?
- Case One: Were These Slides Falsified?
- Case Two: Struggling to Understand Plagiarism
- Case Three: Haven’t I Seen that Protocol Before?
- Case Four: Accusations of Falsifying Data
- Role Play: In a Stew over Cooked Data
- Case One: Alternative Therapies and Awkward Collaborations
- Case Two: Conflicts with Community Leaders
- Role Play: An Uncomfortable Working Relationship
Data Acquisition and Management
- Case One: Creating a Public Archive of Sensitive Data
- Case Two: Data Sharing Fever
- Case Three: I Really Can’t Acquire Important Data?
- Role Play: Genome Data Breach
- Case One: Age-Old Conflicts
- Case Two: Taking Advantage of Patient Trust
- Case Three: It Slipped My Mind…
- Role Play: Playing Fast & Loose
- Case One: Pandering to the Public
- Case Two: Getting a Fair Shake
- Case Three: Getting Scooped by a Reviewer
- Role Play: Mysteriously Similar Articles
Mentor and Trainee Relationships
- Case One: Suspect Motives and Work Ethic
- Case Two: Bullied or Mentored?
- Case Three: Power Struggles in the Lab
- Role Play: The Sad Truth
- Case One: Putting Social Advocacy Before the Data
- Case Two: Career Dreams Up in Smoke?
- Case Three: Magic Key
- Role Play: A Padded Budget
An accompanying Instructors’ Manual is available.