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Preserving Sponsored Research Integrity: Fortifying Contractual Language and University Policy to Prevent Bias and COI


By David Schwartz
Published: May 8th, 2018

Research collaborations between universities and industry have become commonplace and often offer critical benefits to both parties, advancing potentially valuable technologies that may have otherwise been delayed or discontinued. But, these complex agreements come with great responsibility related to the integrity of research data, and the principal investigator’s ability to conduct, review and publish the research independently and without any hint of bias.

As more for-profit actors are added to the research stage, the spotlight also focuses more directly on the various conflicts of interest that can harm reputations and bring research partnerships to a screeching halt. That’s why our Distance Learning Division has secured two experts from UNeMed — the University Nebraska Medical Center’s tech transfer arm — to present this important, detailed webinar: Preserving Sponsored Research Integrity: Fortifying Contractual Language and University Policy to Prevent Bias and COI, scheduled for May 29.

This critical program will dive into best practices that universities can draw upon to ensure the integrity of their corporate-sponsored research through carefully drafted contractual language as well as optimal compliance and COI policies.

For complete details and to register, CLICK HERE.

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