Annual Report on Possible Research Misconduct U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Federally Mandated Reporting/Disclosure Form
Program Title and Description:
Annual Report on Possible Research Misconduct – US Department of Health & Human Services
Who is Responsible for Reporting?
Frank Einhellig, Provost
Rachel McGinnis, Director of Research Administration
Where is Report Physically Located?
What Should be Reported?
Any allegations, inquiries conducted, or investigations of allegations during the reporting period that:
- fall under the US Public Health Service (PHS) definition of research misconduct and
- involve receipt of or requests for PHS funding or application for PHS funding.
When Should it be Reported?
Required annually by April 30
Where is it to be Reported?
Electronically via the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) website.
Why Should it be Reported?
To comply with the PHS policies on research misconduct and to sustain eligibility to receive PHS funding.
How is it Reported?
If notification is required, how is it reported?
If an allegation is made, formal inquiry must be made in accordance with University policy and results filed with ORI.