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Research Integrity in Practice Series: Double Trouble – Inappropriate Image Duplications

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Date:
Jun 15, 2021 ‐ 1:30 pm
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Location - People View

The Research Integrity in Practice series, sponsored by the Office of Academic Training and Outreach Programs, is open to all members of the CHOP and Penn communities.

Speaker

Elisabeth Bik, PhD
Science Integrity Consultant, Harbers Bik, LLC
Founder, Microbiome Digest and Science Integrity Digest

Join us for an engaging discussion with Elisabeth, Bik, PhD, a Science Integrity Consultant (Harbers Bik, LLC) and image forensics detective who left her paid job in industry to search for and report biomedical articles that contain errors or data of concern. She has done a systematic scan of 20,000 papers in 40 journals and found that about 4 percent of these contained inappropriately duplicated images.

Dr. Bik will share her work, image examples, and discuss the impact of incorrect or even falsified data on biomedical research.

Visit Microbiome Digest to view her related papers and articles as recently featured in Nature and Science, among others.

Join

Join the Virtual BlueJeans Event at:
https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/live-event/xhuufpup

Questions?

Email atop@chop.edu.

Add to Calendar 2021-06-15 13:30:00 2021-06-15 14:30:00 Research Integrity in Practice Series: Double Trouble – Inappropriate Image Duplications The Research Integrity in Practice series, sponsored by the Office of Academic Training and Outreach Programs, is open to all members of the CHOP and Penn communities. Speaker Elisabeth Bik, PhD Science Integrity Consultant, Harbers Bik, LLC Founder, Microbiome Digest and Science Integrity Digest Join us for an engaging discussion with Elisabeth, Bik, PhD, a Science Integrity Consultant (Harbers Bik, LLC) and image forensics detective who left her paid job in industry to search for and report biomedical articles that contain errors or data of concern. She has done a systematic scan of 20,000 papers in 40 journals and found that about 4 percent of these contained inappropriately duplicated images. Dr. Bik will share her work, image examples, and discuss the impact of incorrect or even falsified data on biomedical research. Visit Microbiome Digest to view her related papers and articles as recently featured in Nature and Science, among others. Join Join the Virtual BlueJeans Event at: https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/live-event/xhuufpup Questions? Email atop@chop.edu. - Office of Academic Training and Outreach Programs atop@chop.edu America/New_York public