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
: 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Bryn Williams-Jones, Université de Montréal, Canada
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
: 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”
: 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
: 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
: 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
: 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
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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