Deontology, integrity and ethics for research
Training objectives: Make researchers aware of ethics, scientific fraud, but also social responsibility through a transversal training program.
This training starts on November 4, 2021. It will be given in French.
Description of the training: 5 modules of 2 hours each, led by a pair of speakers. Each module will address specific content through historical-conceptual courses and the case study methodology. Half of the time in each module will be devoted to discussion and exchange with doctoral students. This training has an interdisciplinary vocation, with a strong emphasis on the structural and contingent factors of a scientific, social, economic, and political nature that influence scientific integrity, deontology, and ethics in research. The themes of the modules are as follows:
Thursday, November 4, 2021 (4-6 pm)
Module 1: Philosophical-legal framework of research ethics, integrity, and deontology
Thursday, November 18, 2021 (2-6 pm)
Module 2: Case study: Case of scientific fraud in molecular biology
Module 3: Case study: Camille Nous Initiative. Scientific knowledge and liberal economics, copyright, publication policy
Thursday, December 2, 2021 (2-6 pm)
Module 4 : Case study: genetic ancestry tests: political, economic and scientific issues
Module 5: Building the identity of a researcher
Target audience: PhD students at all levels
Location: Campus des Grands Moulins
More info and registration: https://amethis.app.u-paris.fr/amethis-client/formation/gestion/formation/4719
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