Whistleblowers and Watchdogs: A Panel on Scientific Integrity

October 11th at 10 AM

Stephanie Lee (Chronicle of Higher Education), Ken Thompson, Jack Lawrence

LKSC, LK130 and Zoom


Science depends on transparent data collection and rigorous analysis. But do we have sufficient safeguards to ensure scientific integrity? What protections exist for junior researchers who uncover evidence of fraud? What are our current mechanisms for investigating allegations of academic misconduct? Are they adequate? Moving beyond rare incidents of outright fraud, how can we reform our incentive structures and publication practices to promote rigorous and reliable research? 

The panel discussion will be followed by a moderated Q&A. Lunch will be provided after the event.Co-sponsored by Scientists Speak Up, the Stanford Program on Research Rigor & Reproducibility (SPORR), and the Stanford Department of Epidemiology. 


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