APPENDIX

Policies Which Pertain to Integrity in Research at the University of California, San Diego

  1. University Policy on Integrity of Research (June 19, 1990).

  2. University Policy on Faculty Conduct and the Administration of Discipline (June 14, 1974), including the faculty Code of Conduct (August 26, 1988).

  3. Any policies or regulations concerning research fraud and unethical conduct issued by federal, state, and private agencies from which the University has accepted research funding. Such regulations include, but are not limited to, ''Responsibilities of Public Health Service Awardee and Applicant Institutions for Dealing with and Reporting Possible Misconduct in Science" (42 CFR, Part 50, Subpart A) and the National Science Foundation's final regulations on misconduct in science and engineering research (45 CFR, Part 689).

  4. University Policy on Disclosure of Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research (April 26, 1984).

  5. Policy on Outside Professional Activities of Faculty Members (April 13, 1979).

  6. Standing Order of the Regents of the University of California 103.1(b), Special Provisions Concerning Officers, Faculty Members, and Employees of the University, Service Obligations.

  7. University Policy on the Use of Animals in Research and Teaching (October 15, 1984).

  8. University Policy on the Protection of Human Subjects in Research (September 2, 1981).

  9. Guidelines on University-Industry Relations (May 17, 1989).

  10. University Regulation No. 4, Special Services to Individuals and Organizations, Academic Personnel Manual, Section 020 (June 23, 1958).

  11. University Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students—Part A, Student Conduct and Discipline (October 31, 1983).

  12. Business and Finance Bulletins G-39, Conflict of Interest Policy and Compendium of Specialized University Policies, Guidelines, and Regulations Related to Conflict of Interest (revised April 15, 1986, and June 15, 1989).

  13. Guidelines for Disclosure and Review of Principal Investigators' Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research (April 27, 1984).

  14. University of California Patent Policy (November 18, 1985, and revised in part on April 16, 1990).



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Responsible Science: Ensuring the Integrity of the Research Process, Volume II APPENDIX Policies Which Pertain to Integrity in Research at the University of California, San Diego University Policy on Integrity of Research (June 19, 1990). University Policy on Faculty Conduct and the Administration of Discipline (June 14, 1974), including the faculty Code of Conduct (August 26, 1988). Any policies or regulations concerning research fraud and unethical conduct issued by federal, state, and private agencies from which the University has accepted research funding. Such regulations include, but are not limited to, ''Responsibilities of Public Health Service Awardee and Applicant Institutions for Dealing with and Reporting Possible Misconduct in Science" (42 CFR, Part 50, Subpart A) and the National Science Foundation's final regulations on misconduct in science and engineering research (45 CFR, Part 689). University Policy on Disclosure of Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research (April 26, 1984). Policy on Outside Professional Activities of Faculty Members (April 13, 1979). Standing Order of the Regents of the University of California 103.1(b), Special Provisions Concerning Officers, Faculty Members, and Employees of the University, Service Obligations. University Policy on the Use of Animals in Research and Teaching (October 15, 1984). University Policy on the Protection of Human Subjects in Research (September 2, 1981). Guidelines on University-Industry Relations (May 17, 1989). University Regulation No. 4, Special Services to Individuals and Organizations, Academic Personnel Manual, Section 020 (June 23, 1958). University Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations, and Students—Part A, Student Conduct and Discipline (October 31, 1983). Business and Finance Bulletins G-39, Conflict of Interest Policy and Compendium of Specialized University Policies, Guidelines, and Regulations Related to Conflict of Interest (revised April 15, 1986, and June 15, 1989). Guidelines for Disclosure and Review of Principal Investigators' Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research (April 27, 1984). University of California Patent Policy (November 18, 1985, and revised in part on April 16, 1990).

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Responsible Science: Ensuring the Integrity of the Research Process, Volume II University Copyright Policy (August 1, 1975). University Policy and Procedures for Reporting Improper Governmental Activities and Protection Against Retaliation for Reporting Improper Activities (January 1, 1990). Statements of professional ethics and responsibility. In considering allegations of scientific or ethical misconduct, the University will, if it deems it to be appropriate, consider the statements of professional ethics and responsibility of the professional society of which the accused is a member.