ORI at 20: Reassessing Research Integrity 2013

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

ORI at 20: Reassessing Research Integrity
A Leadership Conference
Royal Sonesta Court - Baltimore
550 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202

April 3  (11:00 AM) -
 April 5, 2013 (1:30 PM)

Thursday, March 28, at 12 Noon is your last chance to register for the conference.
Please register ASAP.
You will not be able to register on site. Thank you.

The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) was formed in 1992 with the merger of the NIH Office of Scientific Integrity (OSI) and the Office of Scientific Integrity Review (OSIR) within the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, HHS.  Twenty years later, ORI has evolved into an office that goes beyond investigating allegations of research misconduct--ORI has become a partner with the research community to help improve the quality of research and improve the public trust in research.

The "ORI at 20: Reassessing Research Integrity" conference examines activities in the past 20 years that have shaped how ORI and the research community investigate allegations of research misconduct and foster an environment of research integrity. Specifically, this meeting will discuss:
  • what we've learned about research integrity and research misconduct in two decades
  • what pressing problems need to be addressed by the research community and 
  • what the agenda for the next decade should be
The meeting will bring together leaders in the investigation and adjudication of alleged research misconduct with scholars conducting research on various aspects of research integrity and the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) education to see what we can learn from each other. There will also be contributions from scientific journal editors, RIOs on protecting whistleblowers, and defense attorneys in misconduct cases.

For further information, please contact:

Sheila Rose Garrity -- (410) 516-4973
Miye Schakne -- (410) 516- 6516

"ORI at 20: Reassessing Research Integrity" is sponsored in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine. This marks the first joint conference targeting ORI research misconduct issues along with Research on Research Integrity (RRI) and Responsible Conduct. 



Payment Instructions


    Conference fee of $375 for attendees covers attendance to all sessions, including continental breakfasts, refreshment breaks, box lunch, dinner, a reception, a conference program, and all other materials involved in creating a rewarding learning experience.

    Please have your credit card ready- all major credit and debit cards accepted. 

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