Scientific Ethics and Professional Integrity

The Research Integrity Resources Initiative provides tools to support the stewardship of strong research data, to manage conflict, communication, and/or behavioral concerns to avoid misunderstandings that may lead to allegations of research misconduct, and to foster an environment of transparency and stronger data integrity among members of a research team.

FAS Research Integrity Officer:

Cristy McGoff
p: 617-496-6535

If you have a concern related to research integrity or research misconduct, you can contact the Research Integrity Officer (RIO) or the CPC Chair.

Useful Links:

Books and Articles:

Nov 15, 2017, Workshop (Stubbs):