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They reviewed 228 individual cases of misconduct reported by the United States Office of Research Integrity (http://ori.
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI), charged with guaranteeing the integrity of scientific research funded by the federal government, failed to take any substantive action despite the thoroughly documented failings on the part of the principal investigator.
Office of Research Integrity has launched an independent investigation of his work, Fox News reported.
The Office of Research Integrity (a division of the Department of Health and Human Services) is charged with defining misconduct, providing guidelines for reporting and investigating research misconduct, and protecting both the whistleblowers and those accused of breaching good conduct.
Acknowledgments The authors thank Tony Mazzaschi and his staff at the Association of American Medical Colleges for their support of the American College of Physicians Center for Ethics and Professionalism in its implementation of an education and resource program on the responsible conduct of practice-based research under a grant from AAMC and the DHHS Office of Research Integrity.
However as Kalichman states, the university research community (the Council on Governmental Relations included) was justifiably unhappy with a highly prescriptive, inflexible, and unfunded mandate for the RCR requirement proposed in 2000 by the Office of Research Integrity.
In addition, Batten has asked the University of Pittsburgh's Office of Research Integrity to conduct an inquiry to determine if there is enough of a basis to launch a full investigation.
The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) within DHHS defines scientific misconduct as "fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, and other practices that seriously deviate from accepted standards" (DHHS, 2001).