BIOC 888 Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)
Instructor: Brian Kuhlman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meeting Dates: 3/04/2022-4/22/2022
Time: Lectures Friday 2:30pm-4:00pm
Location: GMB 3007
*Course intended for 4th year students in biophysics training program
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.