BIOC 888 Responsible Conduct of Research
Instructor: Brian Kuhlman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location: GMB 3007
Responsible conduct of research is a classroom-based graduate-level course covering critical topics for ethical and responsible conduct of experimental research. There are both classroom lecture, workshop-type discussion components, in addition to assigned outside of class readings. Case studies and hypothetical situations involving the most likely scenarios confronting graduate students will be covered, these topics include mentor and mentee relationships, publication authorship, collaboration, peer review, conflicts of interest, intellectual property, plagiarism, data acquisition, and data processing.