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Mechanisms of Fraud in Biomedical Research (2008-10)

Christine Hauskeller

Start date

2008-10-01

Affiliated staff

Helga Satzinger (Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL) and Kiheung Kim (Imperial College)

Contact

Tel: 01392 725129Fax: 01392 724676Homepages: Christine Hauskeller, Helga Satzinger and Kiheung Kim.Email: c.hauskeller@exeter.ac.uk Building: Byrne House, Streatham Campus, University of Exeter

Aims

This cooperative project centred around a workshop series on the topic of fraud in the biomedical research world. The workshops aimed to investigate the problems — both in their present and historical forms — of fraud and scientific misconduct, but also of the problem that scientific results occasionally need a long time to be stabilised and recognised as reliable or acceptable in a particular scientific paradigm.

We brought together working scientists, historians, publishers, representatives from funding institutions and members of the legal and medical professions, and add perspectives from philosophy and science and technology studies.

The workshops were co-organised by Dr Christine Hauskeller (Egenis) with Dr Helga Satzinger and Dr Kiheung Kim (Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at UCL).

, London, 17-18 October 2008

, London, 4 December 2009