Program Tuesday

Tuesday, May 7, 2013



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



8:15 – 9:45              Plenary D                                                                                     Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Sabine Kleinert

Scientific integrity and transparency under scrutiny: Lessons from Retraction Watch
Presenter: Ivan Oransky, Retraction Watch, USA

The view from 20 years at the U.S. Office of Research Integrity
Presenter: David Wright, U.S. Office of Research Integrity, USA

Retractions: Nature journals’ perspective
Presenter: Veronique Kiermer, Nature, USA



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


1) Maximizing the return of value in empirical research
Presenter: Michael Ingre, Stockholm University, Sweden
Co-author: Gustav Nilsonne, Stockholm University and Karolinska Institutet, Sweden


2) Sharing of data from clinical trials and research integrity
Presenter: Karmela Krleza-Jeric, University of Ottawa, Croatian Medical Journal, and Ottawa Group, Canada


3) Research ethics: A matter of management?
Presenter: Laetus OK Lategan, Central University of Technology, South Africa


4) Students’ research ethics skills and the university as a learning environment
Presenter: Erika Löfström, University of Helsinki, Finland
Co-author: Minka Rissanen, University of Helsinki, Finland


5) Improving case-based learning with clear content and simple presentation
Presenter: Alexandra E MacDougall, University of Oklahoma, USA
Co-authors: Lauren N. Harkrider, University of Oklahoma, USA; Zhanna Bagdasarov, University of Oklahoma, USA; James F. Johnson, University of Oklahoma, USA; Michael D. Mumford, University of Oklahoma, USA


6) Policies on responsible conduct of research in professional codes of ethics
Presenter: Ana Marusic, University of Split, Croatia
Co-authors: Dubravka Komić, University of Split, Croatia; Stjepan Ljudevit Marušić, University of Zagreb, Croatia


7) Biases and ethical decision making
Presenter: Kelsey Medeiros, University of Oklahoma, USA
Co-authors: Jensen T. Mecca, University of Oklahoma, USA; Carter Gibson, University of Oklahoma, USA; Vincent D. Giorgini, University of Oklahoma, USA; Michael D. Mumford, University of Oklahoma, USA; Shane Connelly, University of Oklahoma, USA; Lynn D. Devenport, University of Oklahoma, USA



10:1511:45          Concurrent Sessions 11-15



11.  The State of Research Integrity and Initiatives by Region                            Room: Grand Salon A/B
and Country         
Chair:  Susan Zimmerman

Education in the responsible conduct of research in Chinese universities
Ke Gong, Nankai University, China


RCR courses and curricular development in Germany: "…a slow powerful drilling through hard boards, with a mixture of passion and a sense of proportion“ (Max Weber)
Presenter: Gerlinde Sponholz, Institut fuer Medizin und Organisationsethik, Germany
Co-authors: Helga Nolte, Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany;  Michael Gommel,

Instituts für systemische Medizin und Organisationsethik, Germany


Developing institutional monitoring protocols for humanities and social sciences in Taiwan
Presenter: Shu-Min Huang, Academia Sinica, Chinese Taipei


Meeting global challenges in high-impact research publications: The Southeast Asian perspective
Kamaruzaman Jusoff, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia


Research integrity: No harmony in Europe
Presenter: Simon Godecharle, University of Leuven, Belgium
Benoit Nemery, University of Leuven, Belgium; Kris Dierickx, University of Leuven, Belgium



12.  Journal Policies                                                                                                         Room: Symphonie 1
Chair: Veronique Kiermer

Conflicts of interest in medical journal publishing: An analysis of the (in)effectiveness of current industry guidelines
Presenter: Rachel Hendrick, University of Edinburgh, UK


Improving research integrity: Implementing ethics policies and practices in Wiley health science journals
: Alice Meadows, Wiley, USA.
Co-authors: Chris Graf, Wiley, Australia; Allen Stevens, Wiley, UK; Elizabeth Wager, Sideview, UK


The EMBO transparent process: Policies for a reliable literature
Presenter: Bernd Pulverer, EMBO, Germany


Adherence of Ibero-American journals to international recommendations on authorship and disclosure of conflict of interests
Presenter: Rosemary Sadami Arai Shinkai, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Co-author: Renata Lopes Bellarmino, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brazil



13.  Practical Considerations for the Responsible Conduct of Research          Room: Symphonie 3A/B
in the Context of Everyday Science
Chair:  Kathryn Dally

Research integrity and everyday practice of science
Presenter: Frederick Grinnell, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA


Helping faculty teach research ethics to their students
Presenter: Michael Kalichman, University of California-San Diego, USA
Co-author: Dena Plemmons, University of California-San Diego, USA


Needed: Practical accounts about saving science from the unethical
Presenter: Joan E. Sieber, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, USA


Setting an agenda for research ethics in South Africa
Presenter: Laetus OK Lategan, Central University of Technology, Free State, South Africa



14.  Conflict of Interest                                                                                                      Room: Inspiration
Chair:  Eric Campbell

The CITI program’s conflicts of interest course: Initial observations
Presenter: Jason Borenstein, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA


Research conflict of interest: Flaws in professional codes of ethics
Presenter: Charles Marsan and Maude Laliberté, Université de Montréal, Canada

Conflict of interest policies for authors, peer reviewers and editors of bioethics journals
Presenters: Zubin Master, Albany Medical College, USA; Kelly Werner, Albany Medical College, USA
Co-authors: Elise Smith, Université de Montréal, Canada; David B. Resnik, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, USA; Bryn Williams-Jones, Université de Montréal, Canada


Developing a conflict of interest policy at the University of Montréal: Process and innovation
Presenter: Elise Smith, Université de Montréal, Canada
Co-authors: Charles Marsan, Université de Montréal, Canada, Canada; Bryn Williams-Jones, Université de Montréal, Canada, Canada


Managing conflicts of interest in research ethics review: Exploring ethical tools for Canadian Research Ethics Boards
Marie-Josée Potvin, Université de Montréal, Canada
Coauthors:  Ghislaine Mathieu, Université de Montréal, Canada; Elise Smith, Université de Montréal, Canada; Bryn Williams-Jones, Université de Montréal, Canada



15.  Maintaining Societal Trust in the Face of Misconduct                                      Room: Grand Salon C
Chair: Kristina Everett

The collective consequences of scientific fraud
Presenter: Vincent Larivière, Université de Montréal, Canada
Co-author: Philippe Mongeon, Université de Montréal, Canada


The restoring professionalism and integrity in research (RePAIR) program
Presenter: James M. DuBois, Saint Louis University and Washington University, USA


Responsible public communication of science
Leiv K. Sydnes, International Council for Science (ICSU), Norway


The characteristics of trustworthy science and practices that promote it
Mark Yarborough, University of California Davis, USA


The intersection of research integrity with social responsibility
Presenter: Mark Frankel, American Association for the Advancement of Science, USA



11:45 – 13:00          Lunch                                                                                                         Room: Soprano


13:00 – 14:30          Focus Track Sessions



International Research Collaborations: Challenges in Cross-Boundary                 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 Journals

Chairs:  Sabine Kleinert and Elizabeth Wager

Charlotte Haug, Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association, Norway


Ana Marusic, University of Split School of Medicine, Croatia


Bernd Pulverer, The EMBO Journal, Germany



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

Presenter: Jason Borenstein, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA


Presenter: Nicole Foeger, Austrian Agency for Research Integrity, Austria


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: Merry Bullock, American Psychological Association, USA


Presenter: Gary Comstock, North Carolina State University, USA



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



15:00 – 16:30          Plenary E                                                                                     Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Mark Frankel

Keynote Presentation:  Why scientific research is not necessarily self-correcting itself
Presenter: John P.A. Ioannidis, Stanford University, USA

Responsible conduct in the global research enterprise:
From the InterAcademy Council and IAP, the global network of science academies?

Presenters: Tom Arrison, National Academies of Science, USA
Co-authors: Indira Nath, National Institute of Pathology, India; Ernst-Ludwig Winnacker, Human Frontier Science Program Organization, France; Renfrew Christie, University of the Western Cape, South Africa; Pieter Drenth, All European Academies, The Netherlands; Paula Kivimaa, Finnish Environment Institute, Finland; Li Zhenzhen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; José A. Lozano,  Colombian Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences, Colombia; Barbara Schaal, Washington University in St. Louis and U.S. National Academy of Sciences, USA

Problems and limitations: Philosophical and practical aspects of the researcher's responsibility role
Silke Shicktanz, University Medical Center Goettingen, Germany



16:4518:15          Concurrent Sessions 16-20



16.  Country and Regional Research Integrity Initiatives                                         Room: Grand Salon C
Chair: Ren Yi

The landscape of research integrity in Australia
Presenter: Timothy Dyke, National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia


The management results and prospect of the Center for Research Ethics in South Korea 
: In Jae Lee, Seoul National University of Education, South Korea; Joon Seok Shin, Korea Institute of R&DB Human Resources Development (KIRD), South Korea 
Co-authors: Euijoo Yim, Korea Institute of R&DB Human Resources Development (KIRD), South Korea; Taehwan Gwon, Korea Institute of R&DB Human Resources Development (KIRD), South Korea


Research integrity and ethics in Nepal
Presenter: Angel Magar, Journal of Nepal Health Research Council, Nepal


Research integrity in Japan
Presenter: Tomoaki Tsuchida, Waseda University, Japan



17.  Retractions and Correcting the Literature                                                      Room: Grand Salon A/B
Chair: Elizabeth Wager

Scientific retractions and corrections related to misconduct findings
Presenter: David B. Resnik, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, USA
Co-author: Gregg E. Dinse, NIEHS/NIH, USA


The role and impact of websites highlighting misconduct
Presenter: David Vaux, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Australia


How, when, why, and by whom should retractions be done
Presenter: Sabine Kleinert, The Lancet, UK


Image and data manipulation: The power of peer pressure in preventing unethical practices
Kenneth F. Heideman, Council of Science Editors and American Meteorological Society, USA



18.  International Collaborative Research                                                               Room: Symphonie 3A/B
Chair: Linda Miller

International attention to research integrity at the policy level
Presenter: Christine Boesz, International Consultant on Reserach Integrity, USA


Research integrity in the context of international research collaborations:  Evidence from collaborating scientists
Melissa S. Anderson, University of Minnesota, USA


Modeling effective research ethics education in international collaborations: A learning-outcomes approach
: Julia Kent, Council of Graduate Schools, USA; Daniel Denecke, Council of Graduate Schools, USA


Safety, security, and ethics in the biological realm are a multi-disciplinary challenge that begins and ends with the individual
Presenter: Terence Taylor, International Council for the Life Sciences, USA
Co-authors: Abid Azhar, University of Karachi, Pakistan; M. Ajmal Khan, Qatar University, Qatar; Kauser Malik, Foman Christian College University, Pakistan; Anwar Nasim, Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Pakistan



19.  Responsible Research and Conduct of Science in Middle East                         Room: Symphonie 1
and North African Academia
Chair: Lida Anestidou

Educational Institute for Responsible Science: A model approach to faculty development
Lida Anestidou, National Academies of Science, USA


Responsible research and conduct of science in Algeria
Halima Benbouza, National Biotechnology Research Center, Algeria


Egyptian perspectives in responsible science
Presenter: Mona Mostafa, Cairo University, Egypt


The situation in Yemen
Lida Anestidou, National Academies of Science, USA; Elizabeth Heitman, Vanderbilt University, USA


Research values and cultural sensitivities
Elizabeth Heitman, Vanderbilt University, USA



20.  Private-Public Partnerships, Industrial Research and Research Integrity             Room: Inspiration
Chair: Dick Bourgeois-Doyle

Organizational self-censorship in academic-industry relationships
Presenter: Garry C. Gray, Harvard University, USA


Emerging academic scientists' encounters with commercialization: Findings from a survey of Canadian universities with a medical school
Presenter: Matthew Herder, Dalhousie University, Canada


Principles for building public-private research partnerships to benefit public health
Presenter: Sylvia Rowe, SR Strategy, USA


Managing conflicts of interest and promoting successful public-private partnerships in food and agricultural research
Presenter: Catherine Woteki, U.S. Department of Agriculture, USA


Building industry-academia partnerships: Report of a workshop of the Committee on Freedom and Responsibility in the Conduct of Science, of the International Council for Science
Akilagpa Sawyerr, International Council for Science, Ghana



18:30                       Depart for Gala Dinner
Depart from Hyatt Regency Montreal Hotel's main entrance, Level 3



19:00                       Reception and Gala Dinner                                                              Marché Bonsecours




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