What Makes Your Research Trustworthy? Threats and Opportunities

March 1, 2023 -
10:00am to 4:00pm

Annual Research Ethics Day Conference

Lyric Jorgenson, PhD (National Institutes of Health)
Rebecca Keiser, PhD, MSc (National Science Foundation)
Derek Griffith, PhD (Georgetown University)
Veronique Kiermer, PhD (Public Library of Science)
Brian Nosek, PhD (University of Virginia)
Angela Byars-Winston, PhD (University of Wisconsin–Madison)

Abstract: The conference will reflect on the importance of optimizing and signaling the trustworthiness of research. Trustworthiness is necessary in order to maintain the trust of colleagues, participants, those who apply research findings, and the wider public. Speakers will discuss the trust-related expectations of all these collaborators and audiences, including research funders, partners, participants, trainees, and journals.

Sponsored by the University of Minnesota’s Center for Bioethics

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