Scientific Integrity results from adherence to professional values and principles when acquiring, reporting and applying scientific data.
The IPBS is committed to rigorous, straightforward and transparent scientific practices.
Andrew Atkinson A. Amine Khamlichi Florence Larminat Emma Lefrançais Virginie Nahoum
The Committee provides IPBS staff with the tools and procedures that define the principles of Scientific Integrity and ensures compliance with these principles.
Areas of work
Promotion of the fundamental principles of Scientific Integrity within IPBS
Organization of conferences on the principles of Scientific integrity
Support in reporting and handling cases of suspected scientific misconduct
Actions to date
Links to resources for information and online training regarding Scientific Integrity through IPBS intranet website
Seminars by: Remy Mosseri, CNRS Scientific Integrity referent (2019) Elisabeth Bik: “The dark side of science: misconduct in biomedical research” (2021)
Current and future actions
Include Scientific Integrity guidelines in the Welcome Booklet for new staff
Seminar by Caroline Strube (CNRS Mission for Scientific Integrity): training activities including conference + practical workshops for young researchers ( 2023)