• "Once again, I would like to say how positively I was surprised with this course! Even after taken several "similar" courses around the world, this one not only had things to add but was by far the best and most informative." Postdoc, Salk Institute for Biological Sciences

  • “I went into the class with the mindset of checking off a program requirement, but am coming out disappointed that we won’t be having such engaging, relevant discussions on Wednesday mornings anymore." Graduate Student, Social Sciences

  • "I really enjoyed the class. It got me thinking a lot and has inspired many discussions about ethics with my colleagues and beyond." Postdoc, Health Sciences

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    Congratulations to the winners and nominees of the Academic and Research Integrity Awards

The Research Ethics Program serves as a resource for the campus community to identify and address ethical challenges intrinsic to the conduct of science, engineering, and other academic scholarship.

Case of the Month

Case 10: April 2016

A widely held view, particularly in academia, is that clinical practice should be informed by evidence. While it might seem obvious that we should rely on evidence-based medicine, it isn’t as clear what that actually means. In a recent paper, John Ioannidis has made the case that reliance on evidence-based medicine is being abused.

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