The science of Scientific Fraud: What Writers Need to Know. Ferric Fang at #NSWA

The science of Scientific Fraud: What Writers Need to Know. Ferric Fang at #NSWA

The science of Scientific Fraud: What Writers Need to Know. Ferric Fang at #NSWA

Ferric Fang, MD

  1. At #nswa listening to Ferric Fang talking about “The science of scientific fraud: What Writers Need to Know” bit.ly/18R39oh
  2. Misconduct is a symptom of an illness in science. Using case studies to identify causes. Case one Kaoki Mori. At #nswa with Ferric Fang
  3. At #nswa listening to Ferric Fang. Second case study on science misconduct: John Darse, now in private practice.
  4. Wondering when we will hear first mention of retractionwatch bit.ly/1d6WxoO at #nswa with Ferric Fang cc @ivanoransky & @armarcus
  5. The retraction notices may be misleading, most retractions are due to misconduct investigations. Ferric Fang at #nswa
  6. Is misconduct increasing or we are getting better at detecting it? More data about surge in withdraw papers bit.ly/1d6X4qS #nswa
  7. Is science self-correcting? Many cases of bad science still there, fraud is not always removed from literature. Ferric Fang #nswa
  8. @LizNeeley @nswa Worrisome landscape of misconduct in science, but very informative talk by Ferric Fang at #nswa
  9. Many costs of scientific misconduct; including the anti-vaccine movement and declining trust in science. #nswa with Ferric Fang
  10. Publish or Perish, in academia we set-up a system that overvalues publications. What to do? Structural Reforms bit.ly/1g2fsB0 #nswa
  11. Science is more like a barn raising in an Amish community, collaboration, not the big individual egos #nswa with Ferric Fang
  12. Dr Fang did not show @uw examples of misconduct for lack of time, but he talks about them too. #NSWA
  13. Thanks @nswa for a great talk about science publication misconduct by Ferric Fang #NSWA
  14. MT @nswa: Thanks to Ferric Fang, for sharing data on scientific fraud with #NSWA members and guests tonight. bit.ly/1b7QOAX