Office of Research Integrity Conference Grant: ORI IR160026-01-00 - “Supporting responsible research organizations: a framework for engaged research managers and administrators”
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Getting Started With Your Research Integrity Toolkit
This Research Integrity toolkit is an outcome of the June 2017 two-day ORI-sponsored conference that took place at George Mason University in Arlington, VA. Its purpose is to support responsible research organizations and provide a framework and guidance for research integrity within the context of effective research management.
As research administrators and managers, we all have an important role to play to ensure that we support a culture of responsibility. A healthy research enterprise is dependent on scientific, financial, and professional standards that can stand strong in the face of mounting pressures from many different sources. We hope that this toolkit will serve as an ongoing resource that can unite our global research support community by creating opportunities for networking, mentoring, and sharing proven practices.
As the investigators on this grant, we would like to thank all of the participants and especially the faculty who contributed to this program:
John M. Carfora, EdD, CCEP, RIO Associate Provost, Research Advancement and Compliance Office of Academic Affairs | Loyola Marymount University
Sam Gannon, EdD Sponsored Research Program Director, Affiliate Faculty Member and Color Code Trainer | Vanderbilt University
Jo Ann Smith, PhD Director of Research Development, Florida Atlantic University, Division of Research
June Price Tangney, PhD University Professor and Professor of Psychology | George Mason University
Daniel R. Vasgird, PhD, CIP, Director, Office of Research Integrity and Compliance | West Virginia University
Aurali Dade, PhD, George Mason University, Debra Schaller-Demers, MSOM, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Mark Hochman, PhD, ARMS