Program Wednesday

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

 

 

7:30 – 16:00            Registration Open                                                                  Room: Grand Salon Foyer

 



8:00 – 9:30              Plenary F                                                                                     Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Nicholas Steneck

Keynote Presentation:  (Dis)Honesty
Presenter: Dan Ariely, Duke University, USA

Research integrity: A Romanian story
Presenter: Daniel Funeriu, Department of Education and Research, Romania

The consideration of scientific ethics issues and exploration in practice: Scientists' code of research conduct associated with emerging technologies
Presenter
: Zhihong Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

 

9:30 – 10:00            Coffee Break and Posters                                                     Room: Grand Salon Foyer

1) Predictors of authors’ misinterpretation of their results in the scientific nutrition and obesity literature (2001-2011)
Presenter: Gabriel Tajeu, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Co-authors: Nir Menachemi, Janice Utley, Chelsea Singleton, Alva Ferdinand, Bisakha Sen, Olivia Affuso, David B. Allison, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

 

2) Managing research misconduct investigations
Presenter: Kerry Rehn, University of Sydney, Australia

 

3) Institutional challenges for the Brazilian research community: Who should be in charge of promoting research integrity?
Presenter: Marisa Russo, Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil
Co-author: Sonia M. Vasconcelos, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil

 

4) Integrity in clinical trials registration and publication
Presenter: Tatyana A Shamliyan, University of Minnesota, USA
Co-author: Robert L. Kane, University of Minnesota, USA

 

5) Publication ethics checklist as a tool to promote research integrity
Presenters:
Sylwia Ufnalska, Council Member of European Association of Science Editors, Poznan, Poland; Ana Marusic, Vice-President of European Association of Science Editors, University of Split, Croatia

 

6) Problems in research integrity education of graduated medical students
Presenter: Jianzhong Zheng, Shanxi Medical University, China
Co-authors: Hongqi Wang, Shanxi Medical University, China; Jianzhong Zheng, Shanxi Medical University, China

 

7) Resistance to discuss research misconduct on post-Soviet space
Presenter: Vasiliy Vlassov, Higher School of Economics, Russia

 

 

10:00 – 11:30          Focus Track Sessions

 

 

International Research Collaborations: Focus on the Montreal Statement          Room: Symphonie 1
Chairs:  Melissa S. Anderson and Tony Mayer

 

How Should Institutions and Journals Work Together in Cases of                 Room: Symphonie 3A/B
Suspected Misconduct?:  The Way Ahead

Chairs:  Sabine Kleinert and Elizabeth Wager

 

Education in the Responsible Conduct of Research                                             Room: Grand Salon C
Chairs:  Dirk de Hen and C.K. Gunsalus

Presenter: Ren Yi, Macquarie University, Australia

 

Presenter: Yali Cong, Peking University Health Science Center, China

 

Presenter: Michael Zigmond, University of PIttsburgh, USA

 

 

Integrity Meets Societal Responsibility: Practical Applications of                             Room: Inspiration
the Singapore Statement's Responsibility 14

Chairs: Daniele Fanelli and Mark Frankel

 

Presenter: Inmaculada De Melo-Martin, Cornell University, USA

 

 

11:3012:30          Lunch                                                                                                       Room: Soprano

 

12:3014:00          Concurrent Sessions 21-25

 

 

21.  Institutions with Leading Initiatives                                                              Room: Symphonie 3A/B
Chair: Timothy Dyke

Implementation of research integrity guidelines in a Swiss research institute
Presenter: Louis Tiefenauer, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

 

Fostering research integrity through institutional research ethics policies: The case of the University of South Africa
Presenters:
Mike van Heerden, University of South Africa, South Africa; Kobus Wessels, University of South Africa, South Africa
Coauthor: Retha G. Visagie, University of South Africa, South Africa

 

A perspective from a major Brazilian engineering graduate school on research integrity
Presenter:
Edson H. Watanabe, Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute for Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering, Brazil
Coauthor: Sonia MR Vasconcelos, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 

New Document on NIH Policies and Procedures for Promoting Scientific Integrity
Presenter:
Yvonne Lau, U.S. National Institutes of Health, USA

 

One degree, two problems: Research integrity management for cotutelle/joint PhD program -- Australian perspective
Presenter: Ren Yi, Macquarie University, Australia

 

 

22.  How Shall We Manage Research Integrity and Misconduct?                         Room: Grand Salon C
Chair: Carthage Smith

Research misconduct: Suggested remedies from a psychiatrist's perspective
Presenter: Donald S. Kornfeld, Columbia University Medical Center, USA

 

Scientific integrity and solid data-management: The Dutch experience
Presenter: Kees Schuyt, National Dutch Office of Research Integrity, The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Netherlands

 

Need for creation of a committee to the integrity of scientific research in health training institutions: Case of the Training Institute of Oujda health careers
Presenter: Abdellatif Maamri, Institut of Health Careers, Health Ministry, Oujda, Morocco

 

Research integrity management from a Chinese perspective: A case study of the Central University of Finance and Economics
Presenter:
Guijun Li, Central University of Finance and Economics, China

 

 

23.  Broad-Scale Initiatives on Instruction in the Responsible                         Room: Grand Salon A/B
Conduct of Research
Chair: Nicholas Steneck

National Academies Responsible Science Study: A Progress Report
Presenter:
Tom Arrison, National Academies of Science, USA
Coauthors: C.K.Gunsalus, University of Illinois, USA; Brian C. Martinson, HealthParthers Research Foundation, USA

 

Embedding research integrity in graduate education
Presenters: Daniel Denecke, Council of Graduate Schools, USA; Terry May, Michigan State University, USA; Jeff Allum, Council of Graduate Schools, USA

 

 

24.  Issues Arising in Collaborations and Networks                                                     Room: Inspiration
Chair: Bernd Pulverer

Context-sensitive aspects of responsible conduct of research:  Examples from EMBO programmes
Presenter: Michele Garfinkel, European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO), Germany

 

Governing dual-use research in Canada: A policy review
Presenter:
Bryn Williams-Jones, Université de Montréal, Canada
Coauthors: 
Catherine Olivier, Université de Montréal, Canada; Elise Smith, Université de Montréal, Canada

 

Bearing crosses: A case study in cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary, cross-border higher degree by research supervision
Presenters: Kristina Everett, The Australian Catholic University, Australia; Karolyn White, Macquarie University, Australia

 

What are the accepted standards of conduct for authorship, collaboration, and data management?
Presenter: Dena Plemmons, University of California-San Diego, USA
Co-author
: Michael Kalichman, University of California-San Diego, USA

 

Professional networks contributing to research integrity and ethics: From cooperation to innInspiration
Presenter: Snezana Krstic, Independent researcher and consultant, Serbia

 

 

25.  Research Integrity in Contentious Policy Areas                                                   Room: Symphonie 1
Chair: Ana Marusic

Research integrity and governance in a contentious policy arena: The case study of coal seam gas research in Australia
Presenter: Naomi Smith Devetak, University of Queensland, Australia
Co-authors: Deanna Kemp, University of Queensland, Australia; Carol Bond, University of Queensland, Australia

 

Stem cell science: How international consensus standards accelerate international collaboration
Presenter: Geoffrey Lomax, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, USA
Co-author: Heather Rooke, International Society for Stem Cell Research, USA

 

Reporting animal research and scientific integrity
Presenter: Nikki Osborne, RSPCA, UK

 

Geoethics: A challenge for research integrity in geosciences
Presenter: Silvia Peppoloni, Istituto Nazionale Di Geofisica E Vulcanologia, International Association for Promoting Geoethics, Italy
Co-authors: Peter Bobrowsky, Geological Association of Canada, International Association for Promoting Geoethics, Canada; Giuseppe Di Capua, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, International Association for Promoting Geoethics, Italy

 

Research ethics issue in international research cooperation: The case of "golden rice”
Presenter
: Fu Gao, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

14:1515:45          Concurrent Sessions 26-29

 

 


 

26.  The Role of Funders in Research Integrity                                                         Room: Grand Salon C
Chair: Maura Hiney

Research integrity: a joint statement from Quebec funding agencies
Presenter: Mylène Deschênes, Fonds de Recherche du Québec, Canada
Co-author: Rémi Quirion, Fonds de Recherche du Québec, Canada

 

The Ethics Review Process at the European Research Council
Presenter: Alessandra Ferrari, European Research Council Executive Agency, Belgium

 

The Australian Research Integrity Framework
Presenter: Timothy Dyke, National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia

 

The National Science Foundation's experience in investigating scientific misconduct
Presenter: Allison Lerner, National Science Foundation, USA

 

Overview of the major funding agencies for basic research in China:  Efforts for ensuring research integrity
Presenter
: Hongyang Wang, Shanghai Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital, China

 

 

27.  Countries' Progress since Singapore                                                            Room: Symphonie 3A/B
Chair: Tony Mayer

Impact in Denmark of the Singapore Statement on Research Integrity and the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity
Presenter: Nils Axelsen, Statens Serum Institut , Denmark

 

Error and fraud: A sometimes fuzzy frontier
Presenter: Jean-Pierre Alix, EuroScience and Le Centre national de la recherche scientifique, France

 

Do UK universities publish contact details of staff responsible for research integrity?
Presenter: Elizabeth Wager, Sideview and UK Research Integrity Office, UK
Co-authors: Alexander Grigg, Sideview, UK; James Parry, UK Research Integrity Office, UK; Marc Taylor, UK Research Integrity Office, UK; Michael Farthing, UK Research Integrity Office, UK

 

Plagiarism as a violation of law in Norway.
Presenter: Ragnvald Kalleberg, Norway

 

A Trusted Partner: Fostering Research Integrity in Taiwan
Presenter
: Ovid Tzeng, Academia Sinica and University System of Taiwan, Chinese Taipei

 

 

28.  Struggles in Support of Research Integrity                                                               Room: Inspiration
Chair: Ping Sun

Research integrity and its impact on the role of institutional review boards in public institutions in Brazil: A case study
Presenter: Carlos Alberto Guimarães, University Hospital / Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil
Co-author: Sonia MR Vasconcelos, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IBqM/UFRJ), Brazil

 

Misconduct and irresponsible practices: Does self-regulation work? Reflections on the new Finnish guidelines for handling alleged violations of the responsible conduct of research
Presenter: Krista Varantola, Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity, Finland

 

Battle with plagiarism in Russian science: Latest developments
Presenter: Boris Yudin, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

 

Case study: Research integrity in Saudi Arabia 2008-2011
Presenter
: Daham Ismail Alani, King Abdualziz City for Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

 

 

29.  Does Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research Work?                        Room: Symphonie 1
Chair: Jan Taplick

Teaching doctoral students and postdocs good scientific practice (GSP): Do individually different approaches lead to a different willingness in accepting GSP rules?
Presenter: Helga Nolte, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf Germany
Co-authors: Michael Gommel, Institut fue systemische Medizin und Organisationsethik, Germany; Gerlinde Sponholz, Institut für Medizin und Organisationsethik, Germany

 

Which interventions to prevent misconduct and promote research integrity are effective?
Presenter: Ana Marusic, University of Split, Croatia
Co-authors: Elizabeth Wager, Sideview, UK; Dario Sambunjak, Ministry of Health, Croatia; Ana Utrobicic, University of Split, Croatia; Melissa S. Anderson, University of Minnesota, USA; Hannah R. Rothstein, Baruch College, USA

 

Research integrity education: What next?
Presenter: C. K. Gunsalus, University of Illinois, USA

 

Ethics education: Failures, successes, research
Presenter: Michael Mumford, University of Oklahoma, USA

 

A better mousetrap: Lessons learned from the U.S. approach to research integrity and suggested new directions
Presenter: Kenneth D. Pimple, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
Co-author:
Douglas Adams, University of Arkansas, USA

 

 

16:00 – 16:30          Plenary G                                                                                    Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chairs: Melissa Anderson and Sabine Kleinert

 

Outcomes of the 3rd World Conference on Research Integrity



 

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