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In Accountability in Research, Health Care Attorneys Examine Research Misconduct Recklessness

Practices: Health Care, Biomedical Research: Human, Animal and Bench Science, Educational Institutions, Digital Health, FDA Regulatory, Health Privacy & Security Industries: Healthcare & Life Sciences

In an Accountability in Research article, health care partner Mark Barnes, health care associates Minal Caron and Sarah Dohan, and Barbara Bierer, faculty director of the Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center of Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard, co-authored an article that discussed definitions of ‘recklessness’ key terms in research misconduct proceedings.

The authors provide a framework for evaluating the circumstances in which past supervisory conduct should be deemed ‘reckless’ and a basis on which a finding of research misconduct may be made.

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