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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2013
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$35,616
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Resnik, David B; Tyler, Ana M; Black, Jennifer R et al. (2016) Authorship policies of scientific journals. J Med Ethics 42:199-202
Resnik, David B; Elliott, Kevin C (2016) The Ethical Challenges of Socially Responsible Science. Account Res 23:31-46
Resnik, David B (2016) Examining the Social Benefits Principle in Research with Human Participants. Health Care Anal :
Resnik, David B; Ariansen, J L; Jamal, Jaweria et al. (2016) Institutional Conflict of Interest Policies at U.S. Academic Research Institutions. Acad Med 91:242-6
Resnik, David B (2016) Bioethics and Climate Change: A Response to Macpherson and Valles. Bioethics 30:649-52
Resnik, David B (2015) Some reflections on evaluating institutional review board effectiveness. Contemp Clin Trials 45:261-4
Resnik, David B (2015) Institutional Conflicts of Interest in Academic Research. Sci Eng Ethics :
Resnik, David B (2015) Bioethical Issues in Providing Financial Incentives to Research Participants. Medicoleg Bioeth 5:35-41
Resnik, David B (2015) Retracting Inconclusive Research: Lessons from the Séralini GM Maize Feeding Study. J Agric Environ Ethics 28:621-633
Resnik, David B (2015) Food and beverage policies and public health ethics. Health Care Anal 23:122-33

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