Lab basics: Introduction to responsible conduct of research
March 01, 2019
Good research practices involve more than just following a protocol and keeping your notebook up to date. Besides avoiding research misconduct — fabrication, falsification and plagiarism — scientists must consider the ethical implications of their research before even picking up a pipette. For new scientists, or even experienced researchers, these are difficult waters to navigate. In this webinar, Dr. Suzanne Barbour, dean of the University of Georgia Graduate School, discusses the ways we can conduct our research in a safe and ethical manner.
- Dr. Suzanne Barbour, Dean, University of Georgia Graduate School
- Danielle Snowflack, Ph.D., Director of Education, Professional Development and Outreach, ASBMB