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Responsible Research

The graduate programs of the Life Science Campus GroƟhadern/Martinsried are jointly hosting an event on responsible research conduct.

20.07.2017 at 13:00 

The graduate programs of the Life Science Campus Großhadern/Martinsried are jointly hosting an event on responsible research conduct.

Researchers are obliged to conform to rules of Good Scientific Practice. While this might seem obvious at first glance, a closer look reveals that these rules are often implicit, and sometimes the border between acceptable and unacceptable practice may remain unclear. To raise awareness on these questions, 15 life science graduate programs on the Campus Grosshadern/Martinsried and the GraduateCenterLMU have joined forces to organize a campus-wide educational event.

What is responsible research? How can I present data accurately and reproducibly? What exactly is plagiarism, and how can it be avoided? What do I need to know about open science? What is an Ombudsperson? These – and more – topics will be approached for next generation researchers.

13:00 - 19:00 at the LMU Biomedical Center (BMC)

Keynote Lectures by
Professor Dr. Joachim Heberle, DFG Ombudsgremium für die Wissenschaft / FU Berlin
Professor Dr. Marcus Munafò, University of Bristol
Professor Dr. Debora Weber-Wulff, HTW Berlin
Breakout Sessions:
Avoiding Plagiarism, Animal Research, Clinical Trials, Experimental Design and Statistics, Image Analysis, Open Science

The program will continue informally over a barbecue dinner on the terrace of the BMC.

Participation is free of charge. Online registration is mandatory, and will be open from May 15 - June 30, 2017. Early registration is recommended.
Please register here..
Please note that due to limited capacity, we cannot guarantee participation in the Breakout Sessions.

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