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If the inquiry results in a finding that disruptive behavior occurred that does not reach the level of misconduct, it may be addressed in accordance with the Academic Deficiency Policy as a deficit in the area of professionalism. As such, the program may take one or more responses including, but not limited to:

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The misconduct review officer is the individual designated by the institution as responsible for assessing allegations of research misconduct to determine if they fall within the definition of research misconduct as defined in University policy and warrant an inquiry, overseeing inquires and investigations and providing administrative support for the Standing Committee on Misconduct in Research.

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In addition to falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism, other ethical transgressions directly associated with research can cause serious harm to individuals and institutions. Examples include cover-ups of misconduct in science, reprisals against whistleblowers, malicious allegations of misconduct in science, and violations of due process in handling complaints of misconduct in science. Policymakers and scientists have not decided whether such actions should be considered misconduct in science—and therefore subject to the same procedures and sanctions as falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism—or whether they should be

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The ethical transgressions discussed in earlier sections—such as misallocation of credit or errors arising from negligence—are matters that generally remain internal to the scientific community. Usually they are dealt with locally through the mechanisms of peer review, administrative action, and the system of appointments and evaluations in the research environment. But misconduct in science is unlikely to remain internal to the scientific community. Its consequences are too extreme: it can harm individuals outside of science (as when falsified results become the basis of a medical treatment), it squanders public funds, and it attracts the attention of those who would seek to criticize science. As a result, federal agencies, Congress, the media, and the courts can all get involved.

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Research misconduct does not include honest error or differences of opinion, authorship disputes that do not involve plagiarism, and violations of other University policies.

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b) Misconduct: Involves improper behavior. Examples of misconduct include, but are not limited to intentional wrong doing; dishonesty; plagiarism or academic dishonesty; engaging in discriminatory conduct, provision of false information or omission of information on any application materials (ERAS or other application, CV, credentialing or licensure forms, etc); threats and/or physical assaults on anyone; and violation of a law, practice standard or program or hospital policy.