Please join us for our second webinar of the year! Karla Childers joins us from the Office of the Chief Medical Officer where her primary responsibility has been leading and coordinating various ethics-based, science and technology policy projects.
Advances in transplantation are moving rapidly including transplants of the hand, face, uterus and eye; xenografting from pigs, freezing organs and obtaining organs from the dead in novel ways. These advances in medicine and bioengineering raise a host of challenging ethical and policy issues.

Proceedings: Promising Practices in the Responsible Conduct of Research

The responsible conduct of research (RCR) is foundational to good science and engineering.

Submit Resources to the OEC

The OEC invites submissions of high-quality ethics education resources in the areas of engineering and science, including the social sciences, for review and inclusion in its collection. Resources can be submitted via the OEC Resource Submission Form. See our Resource Submission page for more information.

Spotlight on : Scholars, Educators, and Administrators Fostering Research Integrity

Presents: Sam Oakley - Research Culture & Research Integrity at the University of Glasglow 

Research Culture and Integrity



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