Research misconduct shakes public confidence in scientists and their work. This event will focus on the dynamics that can lead to misconduct and on who should be responsible for reporting and sanctioning ethical lapses. The panelists will also share their reflections on what individuals, journals, and universities can do to cultivate a culture of integrity at all stages of research.
This panel features Elisabeth Bik, Microbiologist and Scientific Integrity Consultant, Holden Thorp, Editor-in-Chief of Science, and Ruth O’Hara, Senior Associate Dean for Research, Stanford School of Medicine. The event will be moderated by David Magnus, Thomas A. Raffin Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Ethics and Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford.
Please note that this event is in-person only, and RSVPs are requested to attend. Walk-ins are welcome.
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