This week’s Research Ethics Roundup discusses a study on the low rate of publication of pediatric studies, the ethics of compensating women for eggs donated to research, Senator Elizabeth Warren’s argument for improved data sharing, and a study of standard versus semi-naturalistic caging for lab rats. Read more
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This week’s Research Ethics Roundup explores ClinicalTrials.gov transparency issues, a potentially controversial citywide study of a new procedure for gunshot and stabbing victims in Philadelphia, charges against an Indian drug developer accused of fraudulent research, and a rebuttal to researchers who have resisted including female mice and rats in pain research. Read more
This week’s Research Ethics Roundup focuses on three different legal actions: one of the largest US Department of Agriculture (USDA) penalties in history is being issued over Animal Welfare Act violations; ACLU’s complaint against Myriad Genetics; and OkCupid’s legal actions after a dataset was controversially released by a researcher. Read more
It really is amazing how quickly time flies. When I think of attending PRIM&R’s 2016 IACUC Conference, it seems like just yesterday. Upon returning to my daily routine, I opened my toolbox of knowledge and have yet to close it. Many of the tools I had gathered are being implemented daily. Here are some examples. (more…) Read more
This piece, which originally appeared on Colorado State University's SOURCE, was written Mary Guiden and has been reposted with permission.
He has a Great Dane named Molly and a stocky pit bull named King. His friends describe him as extremely intelligent and sometimes combative, though they also add that he’s kind, caring, honest, passionate and thoughtful.
These qualities and characteristics have helped make Bernard Rollin, Colorado State University Distinguished Professor, the scholar and bioethics expert that he is today. They’ve also placed him at the top of the list to receive career-defining awards. Read more