The UTCVM understands the importance of responsible conduct of research (RCR) and encourages its faculty, staff, and students to continually pursue training opportunities in compliance, safety, and research ethics. All students in the Comparative and Experimental Medicine (CEM) graduate program are required to complete RCR training.
RCR Training Opportunities
- UTIA Compliance Office
- UT Office of Research & Engagement
- CEM 525: Research Ethics for the Life Sciences (taught in fall semester). How good research conduct and knowing the rules of science can enable success in life science research. Bioethics is not a focus.
- University Libraries Research Guides
- Research Ethics for Scientists: A Companion for Students. [E-book for UT-affiliated users] Stewart N, ed. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester, UK, 2011
NIH Public Access Policy
Learn to submit an article to PubMed: http://www.nihms.nih.gov/web-help/PI-NPMC/PI-NPMC.pdf