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Apr
06
2012

What should a PI do if a personal relationship within the lab affects productivity?

Mar
23
2012

Held on March 15-16, 2012 in Washington DC, the Quest for Research Excellence 2012 conference provided an outstanding means to enhance the professional development and behavior of researchers....

Mar
20
2012

....Here are some areas in research integrity that a few people attending the conference and giving presentations would like to see further explored....

Mar
14
2012

The Mini RIO Boot Camp at the Quest for Research Excellence Conference 2012, which required pre-registration, is full! Those interested in knowing when the next full-scale RIO boot camp will be scheduled, should email their contact information to AskORI@hhs.gov

Mar
02
2012

Marlene Belfort is a Distinguished Professor at SUNY Albany.  She will be speaking about Work-Life balance for researchers at the ORI Quest for Research Excellence 2012 Conference. She will present  "Work-Life Balance, Domestic Equilibrium and Research Excellence" on Thursday, March 15th at 8am

Feb
28
2012

ORI found that the Respondent engaged in research misconduct by falsifying and/or fabricating data that were included in grant applications and published articles.

Feb
02
2012

ORI found that the Respondent provided falsified subject enrollment numbers in applications to NIH. In addition, she knowingly and intentionally provided falsified subject enrollment numbers in reports to the Creighton University Institutional Review Board (IRB) in 2008 and 2009. In addition, ORI found that Respondent's intentionally deceptive behavior, including false statements made to the CU institutional officials, forgery of petty cash receipts, and theft of NIH research grant funds establish a lack of trustworthiness and present responsibility to be a steward of Federal funds.

Jan
11
2012

A conference will be held on April 19, 2012 at the National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, in remembrance of the 80th anniversary of the start of the studies that occurred at Tuskegee.  The event is directly sponsored by the Office of Sponsored Projects of the Smithsonian Institution, in collaboration with other institutions such as Navy Medicine, the Uniformed Services University, the Navy Medicine Veterans and Alumni Association, and others.

Jan
06
2012

ORI found that Respondent engaged in research misconduct by falsifying data that were included in grant application R01 GM047607-18A1, in a manuscript submitted for publication to the Journal of Cell
Biology, and in several interdepartmental data presentations.

Jan
06
2012

ORI found that Respondent engaged in research misconduct by intentionally and knowingly plagiarizing large amounts of text from other writers' published papers without attribution or citation in the following three (3) papers and one (1) abstract.

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