Research Misconduct

Research misconduct is defined as fabrication, falsification or plagiarism in proposing, performing or reviewing research, or reporting research results, where:

Note that research misconduct does not include honest error or differences of opinion.

Reporting Suspected Misconduct

It is the responsibility of all Brandeis University faculty, staff, scholars, students and administration to report suspected research misconduct, and to assure that such reports are dealt with in a timely, effective and fair manner.

If you would like to discuss anonymously or unofficially an incidence of possible research misconduct, or have questions about the process, contact the associate provost of research administration:

Paul F. O'Keefe
781-736-2120
pokeefe@brandeis.edu
Bernstein-Marcus 129

If you would like to report an incidence of possible research misconduct, contact the vice provost for research and research integrity officer:

Edward J. Hackett
781-736-2131
ehackett@brandeis.edu
Bernstein-Marcus 121