Scientific Integrity and Ethics
Scientific Integrity & Ethics
AAMC Clinical Trials Reporting & Principles
The Association of American Medical Colleges' clinical trials reporting and principles as well as information on medical research, conflict of interest, and drug development.
AAMC - Financial Conflicts of Interest in Academic Medicine
The final report of the Association of American Medical Colleges' (AAMC) Task Force on Industry Funding of Medical Education examines the benefits and pitfalls associated with industry funding of medical education, and offers principles, recommendations, and guidelines to assist members in refashioning industry relationships to better conform to high standards of medical professionalism.
Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC)
The IACUC monitors care and use of animals in laboratory and research programs of the University to assure that animals are treated humanely and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Institutional Review Boards (IRB)
National Institutes of Health Public Access Policy
The NIH requires that a manuscripts resulting from NIH funding be deposited in PubMed Central in the final peer-reviewed form within 12 months of publication. The specifics of this requirement can be found at the NIH Public Access Policy Overview website. For more resources to help you comply with this requirements, please visit the Toolkit for University of Utah Researchers on NIH Public Access. Articles can be submitted to PubMed Central through the NIH Public Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) system. Some publishers restrict what can be done with articles published in their journals, SHERPA-RoMEO has a list of Publisher Policies on copyright and self-archiving.
- NIH Public Access Policy: Guide for Research Universities
by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL)
- Complying with NIH Public Access Policy: Copyright Consideration and Options
A white paper by Michael W. Carroll commissioned by SPARC, Creative Commons and ARL.
Research Integrity and Compliance - Conflict of Interest
In carrying out its primary missions of teaching, research and community service, the University must implement a diverse set of principles: maintaining academic freedom and an atmosphere that promotes free and open scholarly inquiry without bias; facilitating the transfer of technology and other developments for the benefit of the public; and serving as the steward of public and private resources entrusted to it. Read more here.
Research Integrity and Compliance - Quick Links
A list of quick links about research regulations at the University of Utah.
University Activity Reports and Policies
The Office of Sponsored Projects' activity reports and policies.
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