550.600.01 RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH
Fosters the responsible conduct of scientific research using a combination of lectures, discussion and analysis of case studies. Topics include: conflict of interest, scientific misconduct, data management and ownership, responsible authorship, peer review, collaborations with peers and industry, mentorship, research ethics and regulatory requirements of the conduct of animal and human research, and the scientist as a responsible member of society. Uses online resources to broaden and enhance the material covered in class.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Explain the regulatory requirements that govern the modern research environment; 2. Discuss the expectations for adherence to the ethical principles in the conduct of research; and 3. Apply ethical and regulatory principles to the student’s own current and future research program.
- Wednesday 3:30 - 5:20