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Jan
10
2018

ORI has funding opportunity for research on research integrity and the responsible conduct of research. Deadline: March 23, 2018.

Jan
10
2018

ORI has funding opportunity for grants to hold conferences on research integrity and the responsible conduct of research. Deadline: March 26, 2018.

Dec
08
2017

ORI found that Matthew Endo engaged in research misconduct by intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly causing false data to be recorded, falsifying and/or fabricating data and related images by alteration and/or reuse and/or relabeling of experimental data, and reporting falsified and/or fabricated data in a manuscript subsequently submitted for publication.

Nov
29
2017

ORI found that Dr. Mahandranauth Chetram engaged in research misconduct on four NIH-funded grants.  Dr. Chetram entered into a Voluntary Exclusion Agreement and voluntarily agreed for a period of three (3) years, beginning on October 19, 2017.

Oct
17
2017

The latest ORI newsletter features updates on research integrity and an interview with ARIO co-founder Lauran Qualkanbush.

Sep
29
2017

ORI found that Dr. Azza El-Remessy intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly used the same Western blot bands to represent different experimental results.

Jul
31
2017

Nasser Chegini engaged in research misconduct in research supported by National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), National Institutes of Health (NIH), grant 2 R01 HD037432.

Jul
20
2017

On May 22, 2017, Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) Leslie Rogall granted summary judgment to ORI, upholding ORI’s findings of research misconduct and HHS’s proposed administrative actions against Respondent Frank Sauer, Ph.D.

Jul
17
2017

ORI and the University of California - San Diego are co-sponsoring a training workshop for RCR instructors on September 12-13, 2017.  Contact Tracey Randolph (Tracey.Randolph@hhs.gov) if you are interested in this opportunity to attend.

Jul
14
2017

ORI found that Respondent engaged in research misconduct by knowingly and intentionally: (1) fabricating the results of the T-maze behavioral experiment for control mice, (2) falsifying the laboratory and vivarium entry logs in an effort to cover up his actions, and (3) reporting the fabricated and falsified data to his laboratory supervisors.

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