Research misconduct is often understood as “fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism.” Recently, however, some have advocated to expand the definition to include behaviors such as sexual harassment, sabotage, and deceptive use of statistics. This panel will explore whether we should expand our understanding of the concept. We will discuss the distinctive harm of research misconduct and how we can safeguard against such behaviors in the research community.
David Resnik, J.D., Ph.D (Bioethicist, NIEHS).
Deborah S. Nichols Larsen, Ph.D, FAPTA, FASAHP (Director, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences; Associate Dean, College of Medicine; Associate Vice President, Health Sciences, OSU)
Michael Oglesbee, Ph.D, DVM (Director, Infectious Diseases Institute; Faculty Lead, Infectious Diseases Discovery Theme; Director, College Summer Research Program and Infectious Diseases Signature Program, OSU)
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