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  Research Misconduct: What it is, What it is not, and How to avoid it  
(Seminar/Conference)

Research misconduct can include overt falsification of data and plagiarism or sloppy record keeping and omission of disappointing data. Whatever the case, discovery, investigation, and legal response can end the careers not only of guilty parties but of anyone associated with them and can interrupt research across an institution. Such measures are meant to protect the quality of scientific inquiry, of human subjects, and of society.

This presentation by Thomas Inzana, acting as Virginia Tech's Research Integrity Officer, outlines the types of infractions, federal regulations, and what agencies are doing to enforce them. It also provides instructive case histories.


Location: Fralin Biotechnology Center Auditorium
Price: Free
Sponsor: College of Natural Resources
Contact: Robert J. Bush
E-Mail: rbush@vt.edu
231-8834
   
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