Science and Engineering Ethics 9 (2):215-220 (2003)

The American Society for Microbiology addresses issues of research integrity in several ways. There is a Code of Ethics for Society members and an Ethics Committee, a Publications Board has editorial oversight of ethical issues involved in Society journals and other publications, and the Public and Scientific Affairs Board is involved in ethical issues and scientific policies at the national level. In addition, the Society uses meetings and publications to inform and educate members about research integrity.
Keywords American Society for Microbiology  Code of Ethics  Ethics Committee  Publications Board  American Academy of Microbiology
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