Research and Ethics

cefokobu's version from 2016-05-02 19:00


Question Answer
Ethical and Moralitymore religious sprititual ingredients
How Corrupt is sciencePlagarism, Fabrication, Faslification
Plagarismusing others' ideas, words, phrases without proper citation or acknowledgement (not allowed)
self-plagarismplagiarising your own published work; copy and paste (not allowed)
recyclingcopying & pasting your own work from an unpublished paper (allowed)
good mentor qualities(1) train and advise students to achieve their goals, (2) to be available and responsive, (3) help students during the experimental work, (4) Help students in writing thesis, publications, (5), personality, friendly, warm, helpful/ understandable not too pushy
Research misconduct: Fabrication of dataplagiarism, fabrication of data, faslification of data
Fabricationintentional misrepresentation of results by making up the data
falsificationmanipulation of research materials, equipment in order to change the data without proper justification
How fabrication can be discovered?not producible, not replicable
Example of fabricationphotoshop
How to prevent research misconduct?(1) more precise control/checking by research advisor, (2) a thorough analysis & review of data by peer-reviewed investigation, (3) students self-confidence & ethics, (4) education: teaching the students about the consequences of such behavior, (5) replication & reproducibility of experiements, (6) mentor-students relationship; teamwork
Falsification and Whistle Blowing:falsification: manipulating the research data/equipment including changing or omitting the data without justification
Prevent falsification:(1) talk to particular student (person), (2) discuss the case with your mentor, (3) discuss the case with your Dept. Head
Whistleblowingreporting wrongdoing, e.g., a crime in society or breaking the rules
Who's the main author of the paper?usually the first author (lead), the person with most contribution (sustantial contribution)
Last authorcorresponding author (PI)
authors should all have substantial contributions to the work(1) Design the research, performing experiments, (3) data analysis/interpretation
Writing a Grant proposal: (1) a good idea (novel, useful, applicable), (2) developing your idea & organize your proposal, (3) expanding your proposal to other fields, (4) give your proposal for review, (5) submitting proposal to "which" source appopriate funding agency
Data and Data Managementit belongs to the lab and should be available to others, data should be available for sharing among researchers & presented well in a form of scientific publication, data from published work must be made public, you may present your data in a scientific conference or workshop
Conflict of Interest: occur when one activity or interest could interrupt or damage the goal of constraining interest
when COI happens,intralab: working on similar projects, between 2 facuilities, 2 students are assigned on simlar project, PI is responsible for defining the interest of each individual
ethical guidelines for authors(1) avoid major misconducts: fabrication, falsification, and plagiarsm, (2) follow the rules related to authorship & co-authorship

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