This course prepares DBBS graduate students to analyze and address ethical and professional issues across the range of their professional roles and responsibilities. The primary goals are for students to recognize complex situational dynamics and ethical issues and to develop professional and ethical problem-solving skills. The course examines ethical challenges related to research design and data collection, management, ownership, security, sharing, analysis, interpretation, and reporting while providing practical guidance on these issues. The course also examines the fundamentals of the broader research environment, including principles of ethics in genetics and human and animal subjects research, regulatory issues in biological and biomedical research, publication and authorship, and collaboration in science. Class Dates: 3/26 (Moore Auditorium); 4/9, 4/16 and 4/30 (Connor Auditorium).
Section 01Ethics & Research Science
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