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Dr. Stephanie J. Bird

Ethics Consultant

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Background Information

Employment History

The Scientific Research Society

National Academy of Engineering

Editor-in-Chief

Stephanie J. Bird

President

Association for Women in Science

Affiliations

Liaison, Science and Engineering Ethics
Research Ethics Workshop

RE-EB Member
Online Ethics Center

Active Member
Society for Neuroscience

Active Member and Fellow
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Scientific Advisory Board Member
Amgen Inc.

Ethics Committee Member
Sigma Xi

Social Issues Committee
Society for Neuroscience

Education

B.A.

Philosophy as well as Zoology

Hastings Center Institute of Society

Ph.D.

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Cosponsored with the University of Maryland, the conference drew participants from throughout the United States - and even from Denmark, according to Stephanie Bird, a consultant and co-editor of the journal Science and Engineering Ethics who organized the conference for ORI. n addition to sharing information about good data practices, ORI made the conference interactive to elicit information about what standards for data management exist - or don't - in universities today.

"The purpose of the conference was to actually talk to researchers about what their standards and expectations are with reference to data management," Bird explained."The goal was really to talk about an aspect of research for which there are variable or no regulations."
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ou could see some"light' moments," Bird said.
In addition to hearing from other speakers, conference attendees broke in small group to strategize about the proper way to handle two common scenarios:a dispute over authorship and patent rights, and suspicions that emerge when a researcher cannot duplicate the results of an investigator who is no longer at that institution.
Next Meeting in Planning Stages
To reach a broader audience and promote discussion among researches and administrators, Bird said that papers from the conference presentations and discussion well be published in the journal she co-edits.
The first meeting for researchers was considered a success, and others are being planned. RI originally planned a conference for 150 people. ecause of the size of the conference venue, ORI limited registration to 170 and turned many others away, Bird said.
Larry Rhoades, ORI director of the division of education and integrity, Pascal, and Bird are planning the next one, which will occur sometime in 2007.


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Stephanie J. Bird Stephanie Bird is special assistant to the provost of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she works on the development of educational programs that address ethical issues in science and the professional responsibilities of scientists. Her research interests emphasize the ethical, legal and social policy implications of scientific research, especially in the area of neuroscience. Dr. Bird is a laboratory-trained neuroscientist whose graduate work at Yale and postdoctoral fellowships at Johns Hopkins and Case Western Reserve University dealt with the effects of psychoactive substances on brain function. Co-editor of the journal Science and Engineering Ethics, Dr. Bird is a past president and recently became one of the first Fellows of the Association for Women in Science.

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