Resources for Best Research Practice

Date Description Attachment(s)
4/15/2020 Security of Our Virtual Peer Review Meetings  
2/06/2020 Case Study in Review Integrity: Asking for Favorable Treatment  
2/03/2020 Faulty Antibodies Undermine Widespread Research  
Forensics Friday: Can you find clues that indicate these two blots have been spliced?  
7/12/2019 Breaches of Peer Review Integrity  
7/12/2019 Best Practices in publishing, figure preparation and reproducibility  
6/07/2019 What’s the best way to present findings in a figure?  
4/10/2019 To review your data, register in the Open Payments system. Visit the Registration for Physicians & Teaching Hospitals webpage for instructions. CMS Open Payment
1/09/2019 Resources for Rigorous Research   
4/10/208 CMS Open Payments Review and Dispute Period   
2/01/2018 Maintaining Integrity in NIH Peer Review: Responsibilities and Consequences  
1/05/2018 Thomas Jefferson University’s Committee on Conflicts of Interest and Commitment is pleased to announce the opening of the 2018 COI Annual Disclosure process. Beginning Monday, January 22, 2018, you will receive your personalized invitation to disclose financial interests from the Jefferson COI Committee via email address Please complete your COI disclosure form on or before Monday, February 5, 2018. The Jefferson COI Committee looks forward to working with you to ensure that the public remains confident in our commitment to the integrity of academic medicine and biomedical research.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this important activity. For more information and assistance please contact Janyce Lingo at 215-503-0758 or 2018 COI Disclosure FAQ's