Category Archives: Research misconduct

Defending Research Misconduct Cases (Part 3) – The Inquiry Stage

In Part 1 of this series, we described the various steps of the research misconduct life cycle. Today, we’re digging deeper into the early stage of a research misconduct case, so you know what to expect. More important, we’ll give … Continue reading

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Defending Research Misconduct Cases Part 2 – What is Research Misconduct?

When are you accused of a crime, you can look up the statute that defines the crime and then your lawyer can research court cases that interpret it. All of that information helps to defend against the charges. This information … Continue reading

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Defending Research Misconduct Cases (Part I – The Overview)

We’ve written about Office of Inspector General investigations several times (see here and here and here). But there’s a small component of OIG investigations that relate to scientific research misconduct. This is the first of multiple posts about research misconduct … Continue reading

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