Ethics and standards for good practices in science
Kalichman, trained in engineering and neurophamacology, has taught research ethics for over 25 years. He is founding director of the UC San Diego
Research Ethics Program since 1997, the
San Diego Research Ethics Consortium since 2006, and the
Ethics Service for the NIH CTSA-funded Clinical and Translational Research Institute since 2010. In addition, Kalichman is co-founding director for the
Center for Ethics in Science and Technology since 2004. Kalichman has taught train-the-trainer, research ethics workshops throughout the U.S. and for groups and institutions in Central and South America, Africa, and Asia. In 1999, with support from the Office of Research Integrity, he created one of the first online resources for the teaching of research ethics,
Resources for Research Ethics Education. He leads NIH- and NSF-funded research on the goals, content, and methods for teaching research ethics. Internationally, he has had lead roles in a collaboration between the AAAS and the China Association of Science and Technology (CAST), co-chairing the working group for RCR education at the 2010 Singapore meeting of the World Conference on Research Integrity, and assisting Korean leaders in setting a national research ethics agenda.
Kalichman MW, PJ Friedman (1992): A pilot study of biomedical trainees' perceptions concerning research ethics. Academic Medicine 67: 769-775.
Brown S, MW Kalichman (1998): Effects of training in the responsible conduct of research: A survey of graduate students in experimental sciences. Science and Engineering Ethics 4(4): 487-498.
Kalichman MW (2002): Ethical decision-making in research: Identifying all competing interests. Science and Engineering Ethics 8: 215-218.
Kalichman MW (2005): Use and abuse of the Internet for teaching research ethics – Commentary on "Misconceptions and Realities about Teaching Online." Science and Engineering Ethics 11: 341-345.
Kalichman MW, Hinman LM (2005): Consensus and the search for pluripotent stem cells. Stem Cell Reviews 1(4): 287-290.
Snyder EY, Hinman LM, Kalichman MW (2006): Can science resolve the ethical impasses in stem cell research? Nature Biotechnology 24(4): 397-400.
Kalichman MW (2007): Responding to challenges in educating for the responsible conduct of research. Academic Medicine 82(9):870-875.
Kalichman MW, Plemmons DK (2007): Reported Goals for Responsible Conduct of Research Courses. Academic Medicine 82(9):846-852.
Lammertse D, Tuszynski MH, Steeves JD, Curt A, Fawcett JW, Rask C, Ditunno JF, Fehlings MG, Guest JD, Ellaway PH, Kleitman N, Blight AR, Dobkin BH, Grossman R, Katoh H, Privat A, Kalichman M (2007): Guidelines for the conduct of clinical trials for spinal cord injury as developed by the ICCP panel: clinical trial design. Spinal Cord 45(3): 232-42.
Kalichman MW (2009): Evidence-based research ethics. The American Journal of Bioethics 9(6&7): 85-87.
Kalichman M, Plemmons D, Bird SJ (2012): Editors’ Overview: Neuroethics: Many Voices and Many Stories. Science and Engineering Ethics 18(3): 423-432
Kalichman M (2013): Why do we teach research ethics? Proceedings from National Academy of Engineering Workshop on Practical Guidance on Science and Engineering Ethics Education. pp. 5-16.
Kalichman M (2013): A brief history of RCR education. Accountability in Research. 20(5-6):380-394.
Kalichman M (2013): Rescuing RCR education. Accountability in Research. 21(1):68-83.
Kalichman M, Sweet M, Plemmons D (2013): Standards of scientific conduct: Are there any? Science and Engineering Ethics doi: 10.1007/s11948-013-9500-1
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