2021
June 10th
Phd Project
Career Development Course

Scientific integrity

This 3-hour training session will cover aspects such as: our role as scientists in the society, how to define scientific integrity and responsible conduct of research and what it means in a day to day life in the lab.

We will also define what is called scientific fraud and misconduct in science, the consequences they have, and what we can do to foster responsible conduct of research.

 

All new arrivals to Institut Curie's Research Center who have completed their Master's studies (M2) or higher are strongly encouraged to attend Scientific Integrity Training, however the session is open to all Institut Curie's personnel.

 

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Course in English
Registration deadline

Presentation

Objectives

To define:

  • scientific integrity and responsible conduct of research and what it means in a day to day life in the lab
  • scientific fraud and misconduct in science, the consequences they have, and what we can do to foster responsible conduct of research

Personal Work

You will be asked in advance to prepare "a case study" reporting problems related to scientific integrity and to expose and discuss it with the group of attendants in order to explore together the possible dilemmas at play and the best way to answer them.

Practical Informations

Practical Informations

From 9am to 12pm

Selection result
2/06/2021
There is no registration fee for this course
Place
Annexes BDD
Institut Curie - Bâtiment de Biologie du Développement
11 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie
75248 Paris cedex 05
France

Maximum Number of Participants

20 people

Number of Participants

20 participants

Selection Criteria

First come, first served - but priority will be given to newcomers.

Speakers

Speakers

  • Claire Hivroz
  • Matthieu Piel
  • Maude Delost
  • Elaine Del Nery
  • Janke Carsten

Organizers

Claire Hivroz, Carsten Janke, Matthieu Piel, Graça Raposo ,Vassili Soumelis, Maude Delost and Elaine Del Nery.

Organization

  • Training Unit - Institut Curie