This course can be found in the Harvard Training Portal (HTP). Registration can be accessed via this link.
Topics covered include research misconduct, responsible authorship and publication, mentor-mentee relationships, conflicts of interest, peer review, data acquisition and management, ownership of data and biological samples, and collaborations.
The course is eight hours long, with significant researcher facilitation and administrative support, and uses discussions and case studies to examine basic ethical and regulatory requirements for conducting research.
Course requirements include attendance at all sessions, participation in class discussions, and the completion of course surveys and readings. A certificate will be issued to all participants upon successful course completion.