Program Sunday / Monday

Sunday, May 5, 2013



12:00 – 20:00          Registration Open                                                                  Room: Grand Salon Foyer

18:00 – 19:00          Plenary A                                                                                     Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chairs:  Melissa Anderson and Sabine Kleinert


Conference Opening and Welcome



19:0020:00          Reception                                                                          Room: Terrasse des Festivals


Monday, May 6, 2013


7:30 – 17:00            Registration Open                                                                  Room: Grand Salon Foyer


8:15 – 9:45              Plenary B                                                                                     Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair:  Melissa Anderson

Keynote Presentation: Current and future challenges for those promoting research integrity
Presenter: Michael Farthing, University of Sussex, UK

The World Conferences on Research Integrity and the Singapore Statement:  Establishing a presence in the global research community
Presenter: Tony Mayer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The World Conferences on Research Integrity:  Origin, goals and future challenges

Presenter: Nicholas Steneck, University of Michigan, USA


9:45 – 10:15            Coffee Break and Posters                                                     Room: Grand Salon Foyer

1) How physicians understand research ethics problems in Russia
Presenter: Leila Akhmadeeva, Bashkir State Medical University, Russia
Co-authors: Gulnara Rayanova, Bashkir State Medical University, Russia; Boris Veytsman, George Mason University, USA


2) Standard operating procedure for detecting plagiarism in a biomedical journal: The Croatian Medical Journal experience
Presenter: Ksenija Bazdaric, Rijeka University, Croatia
Co-authors: Mladen Petrovecki, Rijeka University School of Medicine, Croatia; Srecko Gajovic, the University of Zagreb School of Medicine, Croatia


3) A multidisciplinary view of conflicts of interests and their relationship with research integrity policies
Presenter: Márcia de Cássia Cassimiro, Oswaldo Cruz Institute/ Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (IOC/FIOCRUZ), Brazil
Co-authors: Marisa Palácios, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IESC/UFRJ), Brazil; Maria de Fátima Martins, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (ICICT/FIOCRUZ), Brazil; Sonia MR Vasconcelos, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IBqM/UFRJ), Brazil


4) Multiple authorship: Growth or inflationary bubble?
Claudia Medina Coeli, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Co-author: Kenneth Rochel de Camargo Jr., Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


5) Technology and commitment
Presenter: Helene Ingierd, The National Committees for Research Ethics, Norway


6) What is research ethics?:  Perspectives of street-level research workers
Presenters: Kenneth A. Richman, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, USA; Leslie B. Alexander, Bryn Mawr College, USA
Co-author: Gala True, Philadelphia Veterans Administration Medical Center, USA


7) Making the link between academic integrity and research integrity for postgraduate students
Presenter: Saadia Mahmud, University of South Australia, Australia
Co-author: Tracey Bretag, University of South Australia and International Journal for Educational Integrity, Australia



10:15 – 11:45          Concurrent Sessions 1-5                                                                                                  



1.  Different Stages of Research Integrity Discussions at the Country Level       Room: Grand Salon C
Chair: Ke Gong

How is Austria facilitating institutional RIOs
Presenter: Nicole Foeger, European Research Integrity Network / Austrian Agency for Research Integrity, Austria


Biomedical research integrity education: Experience of Peking University Health Science Center
Presenter: Yali Cong, Peking University Health Science Center, China


Building a National Research Integrity Framework: Ireland’s Experience
Presenter: Maura Hiney, Health Research Board, Ireland


Research Integrity in Brazil: Where We Are? What's Next?
Presenter: Sonia Maria Vasconcelos, Brazil


Canada's approach: Responsible conduct of research
Presenter: Susan Zimmerman, Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada



2.  Publication Ethics: Authorship                                                                          Room: Symphonie 3A/B
Chair: Joan Sieber

Challenges of author responsibilities in collaborations
Presenter: Veronique Kiermer, Nature, USA


Establishing effective publishing ethics policies: Publisher experiences
Presenter: Mark Seeley, Elsevier, USA


Essentials of determining authorship
Ashima Anand, Delhi University, India


Creation and evolution of an authorship policy framework at Melbourne
Presenter: Daniel Barr, University of Melbourne, Australia
Co-author: Paul Taylor, University of Melbourne, Australia



3.  Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research                                          Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Dirk de Hen

Disseminating information on responsible conduct in research
Presenter: Dr. Badaruddin Abbasi, University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia
Co-author: Dr. Abdullah Ali Al-Azraqi, University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia


The CITI RCR education program – Things the learners tell us
Presenter: Paul Braunschweiger, Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), USA


A philosophical guide to the responsible conduct of research
Presenter: Gary Comstock, North Carolina State University, USA


English is not the universal language of research integrity
Presenter: Elizabeth Heitman, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA


Fostering scientific integrity and assessing the hidden curriculum
Presenter: Péter Kakuk, University of Debrecen, Hungary


4.  The Research Environment and Research Integrity                                               Room: Symphonie 1
Chair: David Vaux

Doctoral students in Germany and their experience with misconduct in science: Does the system foster research misconduct?
Presenter: Michael Gommel, Institut fuer systemische Medizin und Organisationsethik, Germany
Co-authors: Gerlinde Sponholz, Institut für Medizin und Organisationsethik, Germany; Helga Nolte, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany


Institutional plagiarism: Inaccurate metrics-based claims for credit
Nils T. Hagen, University of Nordland, Norway


Perceptions of an ethical work climate in different faculties of a university: Cross-sectional study at the University of Split, Croatia
Presenter: Mario Malicki, University of Split, Croatia

Co-authors: Vedran Katavic, University of Zagreb, Croatia; Ana Marusic, University of Split, Croatia


“Fermenting” a culture of research ethics and integrity at the University of Melbourne
Presenter: Paul Taylor, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Co-author: Daniel Barr, The University of Melbourne, Australia


Research integrity in a competitive context
Presenters: Michèle Leduc, École Normale Supérieure, France; Danièle Bourcier, Centre d'Études et de Recherches de Science Administrative, France



5.  Empirical Evidence on Questionable Research Practices                                         Room: Inspiration
Chair: Nils Axelsen

Psychotherapy researchers: Reported misbehaviors and opinions
Presenters: Andrés Roussos, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Malena Braun, Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina


Does the number of years an individual spends in research contribute to their knowledge or deficiencies in the responsible conduct of research?
Valerie Shu-Ann Wee, National Healthcare Group, Singapore
Coauthors:Joseph Antonio Molina, National Healthcare Group, Singapore; Ruijie Li, National Healthcare Group, Singapore; Adam Koh, National Healthcare Group, Singapore


What is plagiarised in science, how much and why?: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Presenter: Vanja Pupovac, Rijeka University School of Medicine, Croatia
Co-authors: Daniele Fanelli, University of Edinburgh, Croatia; Mladen Petrovecki, Rijeka University School of Medicine and Dubrava Clinical Hospital, Croatia


Statistical studies on errors, bias and fraud: Towards an evidence-based RCR?
Presenter: Daniele Fanelli, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom


The Reproducibility Initiative: a potential solution to the irreproducibility problem
r: Elizabeth Iorns, Science Exchange, USA


11:45 – 13:00          Lunch                                                                                                       Room: Soprano


13:00 – 14:30          Focus Track Sessions



International Research Collaborations: Challenges in International                        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 View from Institutions

Chairs:  Sabine Kleinert and Elizabeth Wager

Presenter: Linda Miller, New York University School of Medicine, USA


Presenter: Paul Taylor, University of Melbourne, Australia



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

Presenter: Beth Fischer, University of Pittsburgh, USA


Presenter: Helga Nolte, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany


Presenter: Stephanie Bird, Science and Engineering Ethics, USA



Integrity Meets Societal Responsibility: Practical Applications of                               Room: Inspiration

the Singapore Statement's Responsibility 14
Chairs: Daniele Fanelli and Mark Frankel

Presenter: Leiv K. Sydnes, International Council for Science (ICSU), Norway


Presenter: Howard Ducharme, University of Akron, USA



14:30 – 15:00          Coffee Break and Posters                                                     Room: Grand Salon Foyer



15:00 – 16:30          Plenary C                                                                                     Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Tony Mayer

The role of funding agencies in the enforcement of the principles of research integrity
Presenter: Paulo Sérgio Lacerda Beirão, Global Research Council and Ciências Agrárias, Biológicas e da Saúde do Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq), Brazil

Scientific integrity in the context of international research collaborations
Presenter: Gordon McBean, International Council for Science, Canada
Recent research integrity in Asia-Pacific region and the world
  Makoto Asashima, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan

Moving research integrity to a global agenda
Presenter: David Stonner, National Science Foundation, USA



16:4518:15          Concurrent Sessions 6-10



6.  The European Network of Research Integrity Offices (ENRIO):                    Room: Symphonie 3A/B

En route to Common Rules in Contradictive Scientific Cultures,
the ENRIO Way
Chair: Nicole Foeger

Strength and weakness of an international network
Nicole Foeger, Austrian Agency for Research Integrity, Austria


The view from Norway
Presenter: Torkild Vinther, National Commission for the Investigation of Research Misconduct, Norway


The view from Poland
Presenter: Andrzej Gorski, Polska Akademia Nauk, Poland


The view from Germany
Presenter: Helga Nolte, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany


The view from Finland
Presenter: Sanna-Kaisa Spoof, Finish Advisory Board on Research Integrity, Finland


The view from Luxembourg
Presenter: Asaël Rouby, Fonds National de la Recherche, Luxembourg


The view from the Netherlands
r:  Grace van Arkel, National Board for Research Integrity, Netherlands



7.  Publication Ethics: Plagiarism                                                                                Room: Symphonie 1
Chair: Charlotte Haug

Working against plagiarism
Presenter: Hallvard J Fossheim, Norwegian National Research Ethics Committees, Norway


Exploiting text similarity to quantify ethical behavior: From plagiarism to double-dipping
Presenter: Harold Garner, Virginia Tech, USA


Journal editorials on plagiarism: What is the message?
Presenter: Miguel Roig, St. John’s University, USA


Alleviating think tank plagiarism
Presenter: J.H. Snider, Harvard University, USA


CNKI AMLC (anti-plagiarism software) system application development and cooperation plan
Xiongyong Sun, Tongfang Knowledge Network Technology Company, Ltd., Beijing, China



8.  Tools and Techniques for Teaching the Responsible Conduct                      Room: Grand Salon C

of Research
Chair: Kenneth Pimple

The costs and benefits of blended web-based RCR training:  Epigeum's research integrity program
Presenter: Nicholas H. Steneck, University of Michigan, USA
Co-author:  David Babington-Smith, Epigeum, UK


How can we teach the next generation research integrity?: The design and development of research integrity online curriculum for Taiwanese college students
Presenters: Chien Chou, National Chiao Tung University, Chinese Taipei; Sophia Jui-An Pan, National Chiao Tung University, Chinese Taipei


What goes on behind the scenes?: Doctoral supervision as an ethical learning environment
Presenters: Erika Löfström, University of Helsinki, Finland; Kirsi Pyhältö, University of Helsinki, Finland


Learning theory applied to RCR instructional design: A case study assessing research-integrity training for cross-sector science trainees
Presenter: Camille Nebeker, San Diego State University Research Foundation, USA



9.  Social and Philosophical Perspectives on Research Integrity                                  Room: Inspiration
Chair: Daniele Fanelli

Science and the global public: The importance of integrity to the social contract
Presenter: Daniel R. Vasgird, West Virginia University, US


Enough already with horror show RCR education: Time to emphasize positive duties and values
Presenter: Kenneth W. Goodman, University of Miami, USA


Judging the medics’ science: Disciplinary law and research integrity in the UK, 1990-2010
Presenter: Marie-Andree Jacob, Keele University, UK


A core principle of integrity: Expanding the threesome of research ethics
Presenter: Charles Dupras, Université de Montréal, Canada



10.  Lessons from Specific Cases of Misconduct                                                 Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Abraham Fuks

What lessons can we learn from the Stapel case?
Presenter: Pieter Drenth, All European Academies (ALLEA) and VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands


U.S. National Science Foundation Office of the Inspector General: Stories from the research misconduct files
James Kroll, National Science Foundation, USA


Stories and lessons from a Research Integrity Officer
Presenter: David Hudson, University of Virginia, USA


Unresponsiveness of editors after discovery of scientific misconduct: A main obstacle for scientific integrity
Presenter: Alexander Lerchl, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany



Evening Dinner on your own