Research Compliance Training
The Keck School of Medicine is committed to maintaining the highest possible standards for integrity among its entire research community.
Research Compliance Training is administered by the Office of Research Advancement. Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training denotes good citizenship in research conduct among students, faculty and staff as reflected in USC’s Code of Ethics (link). Those who report their work honestly, accurately, and objectively help maintain public trust in research and help convey the ethics of research to future generations of scholars.
Office of Compliance
Specific areas of expertise include, among others:
- Conflicts of Interest related to research
- Sponsor-specific compliance requirements
- Scientific integrity issues, including scientific misconduct, data management, and authorship
- Research ethics training requirements and offerings