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I am pleased to share this information, which I received it on July 7, 2017, via email. The text below is quoted verbatim. - KDP

The U.S. Office of Research Integrity awarded a grant to the P.I. Program to expand its recruitment and assessment efforts. New program assessment efforts will have a formative aim (providing participants with important feedback) and a research aim (understanding factors that contribute to professional lapses). New assessments will examine the work habits of participants such as holding regular meetings or using standard operating procedures.

Capitalizing on the recent NIH K01 Award received by Dr. Alison Antes, the P.I. Program’s most recent faculty member, we will compare the work habits of P.I. Program participants to those of research exemplars—52 individuals we recently interviewed who conduct high impact research and enjoy a reputation for great leadership and integrity in research. Findings from the project will be broadly disseminated with the aim of fostering research integrity.

Registration Open for Next P.I. Program Workshop

Registration is now open for the next P.I. Program workshop. The workshop will take place October 10-12, 2017 in St. Louis, MO.

To refer a participant to the program, please contact the Program Manager, Cynthia McKenna, at integrity@wustl.edu or 314-747-4220.

4523 Clayton Avenue, Campus Box 8005
St. Louis, MO 63110-1093
314-747-4220 | integrityprogram.org