ORI Introduction to RCR: Chapter 7. Mentor and Trainee Responsibilities

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Policies, Reports, and Policy Statements
Institute of Medicine. The Responsible Conduct of Research in the Health Sciences, Washington, DC: National Academies of Science, 1989. (Link)
National Institutes of Health. Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Administration. “Requirement for Programs on the Responsible Conduct of Research in National Research Service Award Institutional Training Programs,” NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts 18 (1989): 1.
Commission on Research Integrity. Integrity and Misconduct in Research: Report of the Commission on Research Integrity, Washington, DC: Health and Human Services, 1995.
Gottesman, MM. A Guide to Training and Mentoring in the Intramural Research Program at NIH, Bethesda, MD: National Institutes of Health, 1999. (Link)
National Science Foundation. Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) Program, Washington, DC: NSF, 2002. (PDF)
General Information Web Sites
Association for Women in Science and Engineering. Home Page, 2003. (Link)
MentorNet. The E-Mentoring Network for Women in Engineering and Science, 2003. (Link)
National Postdoctoral Association. Home Page, 2003. (Link)
Additional Reading
Association for Women in Science. Mentoring Means Future Scientists, Washington, DC: Association for Women in Science, 1993.
Gadlin, H, Jessar, K. “Preempting Discord: Prenuptial Agreements for Scientists,” The NIH Catalyst, May-June (2002). (Link)
National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine. Adviser, Teacher, Role Model, Friend: On Being a Mentor to Students in Science and Engineering, Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1997. (Link)
University of Michigan. Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies. How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty in a Diverse University, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 2002. (Link)

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