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In Research Integrity: It’s One Thing

November 14, 2013

Call it Research Integrity, call it Responsible Conduct in Research, I like to just call it “Research”.  The Weekly Review Meeting of the Principal Investigator & Research Team is the cornerstone of conducting, and training for, responsible and effective biomedical research protocols.. (Please click to enlarge the image and read my Comment and Dr Fang’s reply.)

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I began my work in the Cell Biology Ph.D. program at UVM in 1988.  I shared an office with Eric T. Poehlman, then a post–doc.  My observations of Eric Poehlman’s misconduct became part of the data I collected for my “Thesis” in this Cell Biology–turned–Research Integrity Ph.D. program.

20 years later I used this in a submission to PRIM&R for its annual Advancing Ethical Research Conference. emtoPRIM&R AERC09 Idea

I then presented my “Thesis” (for fullfillment of my own requirements for this Research Integrity “Ph.D”) at PRIM&R’s 2010 Advancing Ethical Research Conference:  “Towards Ensuring Research Integrity: Appropriate Communication and Delegation of Responsibilities by the Principal Investigator”    (

David R. Van Houten

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