Publication Ethics and Research Integrity in Science
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Breaking publishing ethics can impact the reputations of researchers, and the ramifications can be extensive. In this workshop, we will discuss about research integrity in science, the expected standards from researchers in creating manuscripts, and scientific misconducts to avoid. From a publisher perspective, we will highlight the ethical practice for authors and reviewers, the ethics checking systems in use, and what researchers will need to ensure their manuscript and actions are ethically sound. Prof Roderick Bates, the Research Integrity Officer at Nanyang Technological University, will discuss about how research integrity is promoted on a diverse campus, as well as his experience in resolving disputes and handling allegation.
Research Integrity in Science
An Elsevier Perspective on Publication Ethics
Research Integrity at Nanyang Technological University
Sr. Publisher for Medicine and Biochemistry Journals, Elsevier
Anthony Newman is a Senior Publisher with Elsevier, based in Amsterdam. Currently working as a Flex Publisher managing various groups of journals, and for the 20 years before that responsible for nineteen laboratory medicine and biochemistry...
Publisher for Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Journals, Elsevier
Timo Bazuin is currently Publisher for the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering journals at Elsevier, managing a list of both proprietary and society journals. He has over 7 years’ experience working in STM publishing and has been involved in...
University's Research Integrity Officer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Roderick Bates is an Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. In addition to teaching organic chemistry and forensic science and running a research laboratory working on organic synthesis and drug...