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University of California, Davis

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Acknowledgment Thomas Huser, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Internal Medicine
Chief Scientist for NSF Center for Biophotonics Science and Technology (CBST)
Co-Director, Translational Technologies, Resources, and Methodologies Program
&
Ramsey D. Badawi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology
PET Physicist
University of California, Davis
Contacts Thomas Huser, Ph.D. and Ramsey D. Badawi, Ph.D.
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Materials Provided PDF (29 Power Point Slides)
Title Collaborative Science
Topics Description This presentation addresses Mentor/Mentee Relationships; Publications Practices; Peer Review; Research Misconduct; Data Sharing and Collaborations. The RCR textbook Responsible Conduct of Research, by Shamoo and Resnik is used for case scenarios to evaluate the topics covered.
Keywords Abstracts; Assessing Quality of Grants and Papers; Authorship Order; Data Sharing; First Author; Funding Agencies; Ghost Authorship; Gift Authorship; Good Communication; Honorary Authorship; Industry; Inter-disciplinary; Junior Collaborators; Limits to Publish; Mentee; Mentor; Multi-institutional; Partnership; Peer Review; Posters; Prestige; Authorship; Research Collaboration; Reviewing; Scientific Misconduct; Senior Author; Sharing Materials; Trust; Types of Funding
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Topic Data Acquisition Management Sharing and Ownership, Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, Research Misconduct, Publication Practices and Responsible Authorship, Mentor and Trainee Responsibilities, Peer Review, Collaborative Science
Topic revision: r3 - 23 Jul 2009 - 20:04:45 - NancyHills
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