Reputation, Risk and Reward - The Challenges and Opportunities of Research Integrity in Bioscience
Excellent research can only exist where intellect and integrity combine. This wide-ranging session will explore the moral, cultural and procedural responsibilities of being a bioscience researcher. It will move beyond standard research ethics training to look at the evolution of research integrity and how it has shaped and will continue to share the life sciences. From the Nuremberg Trials and the Alder Hey Scandal, to the Singapore Statement and Concordat to Support Research Integrity, attendees will learn about the developments that have fashioned the present and the new dilemmas their generation will be required to tackle. Specific topics covered will include, among others, conflicts of interest, in vivo testing and data-related integrity.
The elective is open to all DTA students and DTA supervisors.
Booking deadline: 12 April 2017