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May 31- 2015

PLENARY A
CONFERENCE OPENING AND WELCOME

Chairs: Melissa S. Anderson, University of Minnesota, US; Sabine Kleinert, The Lancet, UK
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Opening  -
Teaching and Learning about RCR at the Same Time:
A Report on Epigeum’s RCR Poll questions and other Assessment Activities
Nicholas H. Steneck, PhD, Epigeum University of Michigan
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June ,1st – 2015

PLENARY B
CURRENT PROBLEMS IN THE RESEARCH SYSTEM
Chair: Melissa S. Anderson, University of Minnesota, US
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WHAT IS HOLDING US BACK IN THE PREVENTION OF QUESTIONABLE RESEARCH PRACTICES ?
Lex Bouter, VU University, Netherlands
AN ECO-SYSTEMIC LENS ON RESEARCH INTEGRITY
Martinson, HealthPartners Institute for Education and Research & Minneapolis Veterans Affairs, US
MEASURING SUCCESS WITHIN THE GERMAN CENTER FOR LUNG RESEARCH: IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH INTEGRITY
Klaus Rabe, German Centre for Lung Research, Germany


PLENARY C
DRIVERS OF THE CURRENT RESEARCH SYSTEM
Chair: Tony Mayer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
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A SERIES OF ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES EXPLORING THE CULTURE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN THE UK
Ottoline Leyser, University of Cambridge, UK
THE POWER, PERILS, AND PITFALLS OF PEER REVIEW IN PUBLIC
Philip Moriarty, University of Nottingham, UK
DRIVERS OF RESEARCH MISCONDUCT: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE U.S. OFFICE OF RESEARCH INTEGRITY
Hammatt, Office of Research Integrity, US Co-author: John Dahlberg, Office of Research Integrity


June, 2nd – 2015

PLENARY D
CHANGING THE RESEARCH SYSTEM
Chair: Mark Frankel, American Association for the Advancement of Science, US
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SIX CHANGES IN THE RESEARCH SYSTEM TO REINFORCE INTEGRITY: EVOLVING RESEARCH ASSESSMENT IN CHINA
Wei Yang, National Natural Sciences Foundation, China
DOPING DOCTORS: MARKETING STRATEGIES OF GLOBAL PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN JAPAN
Iekuni Ichikawa, Vanderbilt University, US
HY IS WASTE IN RESEARCH AN ETHICAL ISSUE?
Elizabeth Wager, Sideview, UK

PLENARY E
THE ROLE OF FUNDERS IN DRIVING CHANGE IN THE RESEARCH SYSTEM
Chair: Nicholas Steneck, University of Michigan, US
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CHALLENGES IN PROMOTING THE RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH: PERSPECTIVES OF PUBLIC FUNDERS
Susan Zimmerman, Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada
RESEARCH INTEGRITY: WHAT IS A SCIENCE FUNDER TO DO?
Kevin Moses, Wellcome Trust, U
COLLABORATING FOR HEALTHIER LIVES -- THE PATIENTS ARE WAITING: THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY’S ROLE IN FOSTERING RESEARCH INTEGRITY AND CREATING BETTER SYSTEMS
David Gallacher, Janssen, Belgium
 

June, 3rd – 2015

PLENARY F
DIFFERENT COUNTRIES' APPROACHES TO FOSTERING RESEARCH INTEGRITY
Chair: Sonia Vasconcelos, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil
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THREAT TO RESEARCH INTEGRITY: PUBLISH (WHATEVER) OR PERISH
Paulo Beirão, National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), Brazil
ENHANCING RESEARCH INTEGRITY IN AFRICA
Francis Kombe, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme, Kenya
RESEARCH INTEGRITY AND ITS PROCESS IN UNIVERSITIES AND INSTITUTES IN JAPAN
Makoto Asashima, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan


PLENARY G AND H
THE ROLE OF PUBLISHERS IN DRIVING CHANGE
Chair: Sabine Kleinert, The Lancet, UK
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WHAT IS THE ROLE OF JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS IN DRIVING RESEARCH STANDARD CHANGES?
Veronique Kiermer, Nature, US
AGAINST PLAGIARISM: A GLOBAL SURVEY BETWEEN ANGLOPHONES AND NON-ANGLOPHONES
Helen (YH) Zhang, Journal of Zhejiang University Science A/B/C and Zhejiang University Press, China
PREDATORY PUBLISHERS ARE POISONING SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION
Jeffrey Beall, University of Colorado, US


PLENARY H
FOCUS TRACKS / CONFERENCE CLOSING AND FAREWELL
Chairs: Susan Zimmerman, Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada
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Susan Zimmerman, Secretariat on Responsible Conduct of Research, Canada
Sabine Kleinert, The Lancet, UK Melissa Anderson, University of Minnesota, US