Responsible Conduct of Research

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Index
Abbes, James, 96
Abortion, 11, 248, 262
Academic research, 53
Academy of Science of Paris, 69
Accountability, 18, 48, 49, 52, 54, 132, 285
Accountable, 18, 19, 23
Advisory Council, 72
Advocacy, 280
Affirmative action, 63
Alexandria, 68
Altruism, 19, 26, 194
American Association for Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC), 228
American Medical Association (AMA), 84, 181, 186, 216
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), 216
Anderson, French, 244
Animal liberation, 215, 216
Animal rights movement, 215
Animal welfare, 222
Animal Welfare Act, 228
Animals, 7, 214–232
Animals in research, 214–232 history of, 215
Antivivisection, 215
Aquinas, Thomas, 13
Aristotle, 13, 146, 224, 234, 271
Ashkenazi Jews, 215, 253
Assisted reproduction technology (ART), 245
Authorship, 7, 50, 52, 54, 63
criteria, 52
ghost, 51
gift, 51
guidelines, 54
honorary, 51
increased co-authors, 50
multiple, 52
order of, 53, 54
prestige, 51
standards for, 52
Autonomy, 8, 16
Babbage, Charles, 5
Bacon, Francis, 274
Bad blood, 187
Baltimore, David, 6, 95
Bartholomew, Robert, 183
Bayh-Dole Act, 122
Beaumont, William, 183
Beecher, Henry, 5, 187
Belmont Report, 196, 199, 204
Beneficence, 16, 217
Benevolence, 11, 14
Bentham, Jeremy, 13, 215, 217
Bernard, Claude, 186
Bias, 7, 25, 29, 31, 39, 75, 151, 174, 279
Bible, 69
Biotechnology, 7, 121, 129
Breuning, Steven, 94
Broad, William, 93
Brown, Louise, 196, 245
Brown, Michael, 151
Bruno, Giordano, 273
Burt, Cyril, 94
Bush, Vannevar, 288
Buxton, Peter, 187
Capron, Alexander Morgan, 181
Cardinal Rules, 40
Career, 8, 59
Carefulness, 20
Carson, Rachel, 5, 278
Categorical imperative, 12
Celera Genomics Corporation, 85, 121, 163, 250
Chalmers, Thomas, 151
Children, 205
Citation, 52
Citation amnesia, 52
Clinical research, 207

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