Speaker: Dr. Kate Sleeth
Monday, September 28th from 3:00-4:30 pm PST
THIS WORKSHOP SERIES WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE ONLY
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*Financial Aid is available!
The Hippocratic Oath is historically taken by doctors swearing to practice medicine ethically. There is no such oath that scientists swear, but we are expected to perform research responsibly and to publish scientific truth. There are 3 obligations which motivate scientists to adhere to strict ethical and scientific professional practices:
1) Researchers honour the trust placed in them by their colleagues.
2) The obligation researchers have to themselves.
3) The third obligation is to society and to perform research which will serve the public.
We will discuss the importance of adhering to these principles and the consequences should it go awry.
About the Speaker
Kate Sleeth, Ph.D., is the founder of EduKatedSTEM and provides career and professional development to those pursuing STEM careers. Sleeth earned her doctoral degree from the University of Reading in the UK investigating DNA repair mechanisms through biochemical approaches. She performed postdoctoral research at the University of Sheffield investigating DNA repair using molecular biology techniques and utilized both biochemistry and molecular biology as a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Oxford. She has international experience in science and public communications through scientific papers, a book chapter, high school visits, science festivals, posters, presentations and a blog on www.Biocareers.com. She is also a member of the Graduate Career Consortium (GCC), Association for Women in Science (AWIS) and the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
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