|Instructional Components of an RCR Training Program|
|Research Misconduct||Data Acquisition, Sharing, and Ownership|
|Protection of Human Subjects||Peer Review|
|Animal Welfare||Collaborative Research|
|Contemporary Ethical Issues in Science||Publications Practice and Responsible Authorship|
|Mentor and Trainee Relationships||Conflicts of Interest and Commitment|
Penn is committed to upholding the highest ethical and professional standards in research endeavors and ensures investigators are educated in “best practices.” The Vice Provost for Research encourages all Penn constituents to take advantage of the University’s RCR training opportunities. See, Research Related Training.