Annual Research Ethics Day Conference - What Makes Your Research Trustworthy? Threats and Opportunities


Consortium on Law and Values at the University of Minnesota


Online - Zoom


1st March 2023

Tag(s): Past

Join interdisciplinary experts to hear how to promote and ensure trustworthiness in scientific and other research. Optimizing and signaling the trustworthiness of research is crucial to maintaining the trust of colleagues, participants, those who apply our research, and the wider public. National leaders will discuss the expectations of all these collaborators and audiences, including research funders, partners, participants, trainees, and journals.

Speakers include:
– Kathleen Hall Jamieson, PhD, Elizabeth Ware Packard Professor of Communication; Director, Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania
– Brian A. Nosek, PhD, Professor of Psychology; Executive Director, Center for Open Science, University of Virginia
– Lyric A. Jorgenson, PhD, Acting Associate Director for Science Policy and Acting Director of the Office of Science Policy, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
– Rebecca Keiser, PhD, MSc, Chief of Research Security Strategy and Policy, National Science Foundation (NSF)
– Derek M. Griffith, PhD, Professor of Health Systems Administration; Professor of Oncology; Founding Co-Director, Georgetown Racial Justice Institute (RJI); Founder and Director, Center for Men’s Health Equity in the Racial Justice Institute, Georgetown University
– Sharon F. Terry, MA, President and Chief Executive Officer, Genetic Alliance
– Angela Byars-Winston, PhD, Professor of Medicine; Director of Research and Evaluation, UW Center for Women’s Health Research; Associate Director, Collaborative Center for Health Equity; Faculty Lead, Center for the Improvement of Mentored Experiences in Research, University of Wisconsin – Madison
– C.K. Gunsalus, JD, Director, National Center for Professional and Research Ethics (NCPRE); Professor Emerita of Business; Research Professor, Coordinated Sciences Laboratory, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
– Veronique Kiermer, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, PLOS, the Public Library of Science; Former-Executive Editor, Nature
– Ivan Oransky, MD, Co-Founder, Retraction Watch; Editor-in-Chief, Spectrum; Distinguished Writer in Residence, Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, New York University

Event start time: 09:00 am

Event end time: 03:00 pm

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