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CHEM 397 - Ethics and Integrity in Scientific Research

(1.00)
Individuals involved in contemporary scientific research have ethical responsibilities for their conduct. The goal of this course is to provide studentsconsidering a career in scientific research with an appropriate framework for establishing appropriate scientific integrity. Various topics relevant to scientific integrity, including defining, handling and responding to fraud and misconduct; peer review; obligations and rights of students and mentors; ethical conduct in animal and human experimentation; ownership of data; reagents; and intellectual property, authorship and conflict of interest will be presented and discussed. Specific research situations and examples of past ethical violations will be used to illustrate appropriate ethical standards.

Course ID: 52701
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture



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