The goal of this project is to analyze ethical, social, and legal issues in environmental health research. Topics investigated included: ethics of research with research human subjects, ethics of research with animal subjects, research misconduct, data management, authorship, publication, peer review, scientific collaboration, conflict of interest, intellectual property, commercialization of research, compliance with laws or regulations, international issues, dual use research, informed consent in research, research risks, environmental risk management, and social responsibility. No human or animal subjects were used. The research methods included literature review, philosophical, ethical, and legal analysis, and collection of existing data.

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Resnik, David B; Parasidis, Efthimios; Carroll, Kelly et al. (2014) Research-related injury compensation policies of U.S. research institutions. IRB 36:12-9
Resnik, David B (2009) Review: necessary for protection even in minimal-risk research. Nature 458:404
Resnik, David B (2009) Bioethics and Global Climate Change. Bioethics Forum 39:1
Resnik, David B (2009) Parent-investigators: a dilemma. JAMA 301:2159-61
Resnik, David B (2009) Human health and the environment: in harmony or in conflict? Health Care Anal 17:261-76
Resnik, David B (2009) What is "dual use" research? A response to Miller and Selgelid. Sci Eng Ethics 15:3-5
Resnik, David B (2009) Do informed consent documents matter? Contemp Clin Trials 30:114-5
Resnik, David B; Peddada, Shyamal; Altilio, Jason et al. (2008) Oncology consent forms: failure to disclose off-site treatment availability. IRB 30:7-11
Resnik, David B (2008) Hidden sources of private industry funding. Am J Bioeth 8:60-1
Resnik, David B (2008) Freedom of Speech in Government Science. Issues Sci Technol 24:31-34

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