Speeches and Publications

Speeches

Publications

Speeches

Research Integrity

 

    • When Lawyers Come Knocking:  Legal Issues for Editors and Publishers,”  Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, May 2017
    • Consequences of Research Misconduct:  Papers, Purse, Prisons and Patent,”  Society of Research Administrators, Pittsburgh, PA , March 2017
    • “Research Misconduct: An Administrator’s Guide” and “Research Misconduct:  A Faculty Guide,” Texas Biomedical Research Institute, December 2016
    • “Research Misconduct:  Advanced Issues and the ‘Human Factor,” National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA), Washington, D.C., November 17, 2016
    • “Research Misconduct: A Year in Review,” Society of Research Administrators, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, October 26, 2016
    • “The Journals’ Role in Research Misconduct Cases,” Society of Research Administrators, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, October 25, 2016
    • “The Basics of Research Misconduct Investigation Committees,” 2016 Society of Research Administrators International Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, October 25, 2016
    • “Research Misconduct:  What’s in a Name?” SRA Webinar, June 29, 2016
    • “Standardization of Processes for Handling Research Misconduct,” National Academy of Sciences Journal Summit, Washington, DC, March 17, 2016
    • “Landmark Research Misconduct Cases,” 2016 Society of Research Administrators International Northeast/Southern Section Meeting, New York, NY, March 1, 2016
    • “Research Misconduct: Publisher, Purse, Prison, Patent,” half-day workshop, Northeast/Southern Section Meeting, Society of Research Administrators, New York, NY, February 28, 2016
    • “Research Misconduct: The Journals Role in Research Misconduct,” Northeast/Southern Section Meeting, Society of Research Administrators, New York, NY, February 28, 2016
    • “Research Misconduct: The Basics,” 2015 Society of Research Administrators International Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, October 21, 2015
    • “Dealing with Consequences of Research Misconduct,” half-day workshop, Society of Research Administrators International Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Oct. 17, 2015
    • “Best Practices vs Legal Requirements;  What the Editorial Office Needs to Know,” Baltimore, MD, International Society of Managing and Technical Editors, August 2015
    • “Graduate Students and Research Misconduct,” 2015 Research Integrity Symposium, Portland, ME, May 22, 2015
    • Ethics Clinic Workshop – Failure to Produce Data,” Council of Science Editors, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, May 18, 2015
    • Research Integrity Issues,” Experimental Biology, Boston, MA,  March 30, 2015
    • Research Misconduct:  Inter-Institutional Implications – Dealing with the Ripples,” National Association of College and University Attorneys, Washington, DC, November 7, 2014
    • “Sanctions for Research Misconduct,” Society of Research Administrators International Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 21, 2014
    • “Legal Issues for Editors and Publishers and Research Misconduct Allegations,” Council of Science Editors, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, May 6, 2014
    • “Research Misconduct and Clinical Trials” and “Research Misconduct and Graduate Students,” SRA, Minneapolis, MN, April 28 and 29, 2014
    • “Research Misconduct: Of Mice and (Congress)Men,” SRA, Denver, CO March 31, 2014
    • “Research Law:  A Practical Guide Before, During and After an Investigation,” SRA International Annual Meeting, New Orleans, October 2013
    • “Combating Scientific Misconduct and Research Irregularities,” Johannesburg, South Africa, October 25, 2013
    • “Top Ten Issues for Research Universities,” moderator, NACUA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, June 2013
    • “How to Avoid Misconduct & Stay Out of Jail,” Train the Trainers Survival Skills Workshop, Annapolis, MD, June 2013, June 2014
    • “What Would You Do?  What Should You Do?” Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, May 2013
    • “Research Misconduct: Detecting, Consequences and Managing an Allegation,” SRA, Northwest/Midwest, Providence, RI, May 7, 2013
    • “Watchdogs for the Scientific Literature: Barking Out Unethical Behaviors,” The Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers International Conference, Birmingham, England, United Kingdom, September 11-13, 2012
    • “The New Conflict of Interest Regulations,” NACUA Annual Meeting,Chicago, IL, June 29, 2012
    • “Benchmarking Editors’ Responses to Allegations of Research Misconduct” Council of Science Editors, Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 18-21, 2012
    • “Solutions and Policies to Address Misconduct,”Allen Press, Washington, DC, April 19 , 2012
    •  “White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications,” Council of Science Editors, March 2012
    • “Protocol Non Compliance Versus Research Misconduct,”Association of Clinical Research Professionals, Durham, NC, January 9, 2012
    • “Research Misconduct,”2011 SRA International Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec October 22-October 26, 2011
    • “University of Texas System 2011 Legal Conference,” Austin, TX, November 3-November 4, 2011
    • “Research Misconduct and Editors,” Council of Science Editors Webinar August 23, 2011
    • “Research Misconduct: Potential Monetary Recoveries and Exposures,” NACUA 2011 Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA June 26-29, 2011
    • “Moderator of Research Misconduct Responses,” 2011 CSE Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD April 29-May 3, 2011
    • “Noncompliance and Research Misconduct,” 3rd Annual OHRP Conference on Research Integrity, Duke University, Durham, NC March 30-31, 2011
    • “Institutional Regulatory Compliance,” “Misconduct in Clinical Research: Dark Times in the Ivory Tower,” Christina Care Health System Retreat Program, Newark, DE March 3-4, 2011
    • “Research Misconduct-Dark Times in the Ivory Tower,”2010 SRA International Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, October 18, 2010
    • “Scientific Misconduct versus Non-Compliance,” OHRP Research Community Forum, Chicago, IL, May 2010
    • “T9: Advanced Issues in Research Misconduct Investigations,”2010 SRA Northeast/Midwest Section Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, April 2010
    • “Avoiding the Misconduct Pit: A Practical Guide for the Innocent,” Rush University, Chicago, IL, June 2009
    • “Research Misconduct in Clinical Trials,” ACRP of Southern Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, November 2009
    • “Research Misconduct – A Guide for Administrators,” “Research Misconduct- A Guide for Faculty,” “Research Misconduct – Detection Methods,” “The Law of Research Misconduct,” Texas Tech, Lubbock, TX, October 2009
    • “Responding to Allegations of Misconduct,” Society of Research Administrators, Ft McHenry, VA, October 2008
    • “Research Integrity : Plagiarism and the Evolving Landscape,” Society of Research Administrators, Nashville, TN, October 17, 2007
    • “Responding to Allegations of Misconduct,” Society of Research Administrators, Pittsburgh, PA, March 2007
    • “Ethics Clinic on Misconduct,” Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, May 19-23, 2006
    • “Integrity in Teaching and Research,” St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, January, 2006
    • “Ethics Clinic on Misconduct,” Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, May 2010; Pittsburgh, PA, 2009; Austin, TX, May 2007; Tampa, FL, May 2006
    • “Ensuring the Integrity of Forensic Laboratory Results,” Justice for All, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2006
    • “Conflicts of Interest,” Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2005
    • “Ethics in Research and Grantsmanship,” University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, Maryland, August 2004
    • “Scientific Misconduct and Findings Against Graduate and Medical Students,” by Debra M. Parrish, Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 10, Issue 3, 3 June 2004
    • “Ethics Case Studies: Research Ethics of Mice and (Congress)men,” University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, June 2004
    • “Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct,” Palmetto Health (SRA), Baton Rouge, LA, April 2004
    • “Scientific Misconduct and Findings Against Graduate Students,” Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 12th Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC, February 2003
    • Science and Law,” University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, December 2002
    • “University Research Security and Safety,” National Association of College and University Association 42nd Annual Conference, Boston, MA, June 2002
    • “Publish and Perish,” Council of Science Editors, Washington, DC, May 2001
    • “Scientific Misconduct and Correcting Literature,” Princeton University, February 2001
    • “Plagiarism and Research Misconduct,” ORI Research Conference on Research Integrity, Washington, DC, November 2000
    • “Editors and Research Integrity,”  (Poster Presentation), ORI Research Conference on Research Integrity, Washington, DC, November 2000
    • “Anatomy of a Misconduct Investigation,” National Association of College and University Attorneys, Annual Conference, Washington, DC, June 2000
    • “Research Ownership and Integrity,” Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, February 2000
    • “Authorship – Rights, Responsibilities and Rewards,” University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh, PA, February 2000
    • “Scientific Integrity,” Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR, October 1999
    • “Teaching Survival Skills & Ethics to Scientists,” Annual national week long train the trainer program sponsored by NIH and NSF.  Parrish presentations on research integrity, intellectual property, human subject issues, and animal care issues.  Snowmass, CO June 2001 – 2006; Vail, Colorado, June 2000; Copper Mountain, CO, June 1999; Breckenridge, CO, June 1998; New Orleans, LA, October 1997; Pittsburgh, PA, October 1997, October 1998, October 1999
    • “Legal Issues in Biotechnology,” University of Pittsburgh, School of Law, January 1999
    • “Legal Issues for Biomedical Communicators,”  American Medical Writers Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 1997
    • “Scientific Misconduct: Protecting Universities, Faculty and Others from Liability,” American Bar Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 1997
    • “When Bad Things Happen on Good Campuses: Handling Charges of Scientific Misconduct,” NACUA Mid-Year Workshop, Hilton Head, SC, March 1997
    • “Scientific Misconduct,” University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health, Research Integrity Workshop, Pittsburgh, PA, March 1997 and Presentation to M.D./Ph.D. students, December 1994, October 1995 and October 1996
    • “The Legal Framework of Scientific Misconduct” and “Legal Actions Stemming from Scientific Misconduct Cases,” Virginia Tech Future Professorate Program, Blacksburg, VA, January 1994
    • “Legal Issues and Federal Rules and Regulations,” Third Conference on Research Policies and Quality Assurance, Baltimore, MD, May 1993

Intellectual Property

    • “The Essentials of Copyright Law,” PBI Presentation, Pittsburgh, PA  October 2013
    • “Data Ownership and Sharing,” Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, August 2008
    • “Intellectual Property and Reimbursement,” TIDES, Las Vegas, NV, May 23, 2007
    • “Of Banks, Robbers and Supermodels a/k/a Ethics, Law and Policy in Tissue Ownership and Commercialization”, NACUA, Orlando, Florida, June 2005
    • “Legal Issues and Stem Cells,” Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Ethics Colloquium, Seattle, WA, May 2003
    • Science and Law,” University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, December 2002
    • Copyright and the New Era,” Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Ethics Colloquium, Seattle, WA, May 2002
    • Tissue Banks and Tissue Ownership,” Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Ethics Colloquium, Seattle, WA, May 2001
    • “Intellectual Property Rights/Permissions,” Council of Science Editors, Washington, D.C., May 2001
    • “Intellectual Property and Start-Ups: Opportunities and Challenges for International Students and Scholars,” NAFSA/Association of International Educators, Region VIII Conference, Richmond, VA, November 2000
    • “Intellectual Property and the International Student,” National Association Foreign Student Advisors Annual Conference, Richmond, VA, November 2000
    • “Research Ownership and Integrity,” Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, February 2000
    • “Authorship – Rights, Responsibilities and Rewards,” University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, Pittsburgh, PA, February 2000
    • “Research Universities: The Evolving Intellectual Property Policy,” Chair, National Association of College and University Attorneys, Washington, D.C., November 1998
    • “Legal Implications of Internet Publishing,” International Academy of Nursing Editors, Chicago, IL, August 1998
    • “Teaching Survival Skills & Ethics to Scientists,” Annual national weeklong train the trainer program sponsored by NIH and NSF.  Presentations on research integrity, intellectual property, human subject issues, and animal care issues. Santa Fe, NM, June 2010; Snowmass, CO June 2001 – 2006; Vail, Colorado, June 2000; Copper Mountain, CO, June 1999; Breckenridge, CO, June 1998; New Orleans, LA, October 1997; Pittsburgh, PA, October 1997, October 1998, October 1999
    • Can Publishing Make You (Legally) Perish?”  Council of Biology Editors Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, May 1998
    • “Legal Issues for Biomedical Communicators,”  American Medical Writers Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 1997

Life Sciences

    • “Commercializing New Technologies,” University of Pittsburgh-School of Business, Pittsburgh, PA, July 14, 2011
    • “Reimbursement with a Global Fair Panel,” Pennsylvania Bio (BioTech 2010), Philadelphia, PA, October 2010
    • “Reimbursement for New Medical Technology,” Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, April 2010
    • “Successfully Taking your Claims Through the Medicare Appeals Process,” Pennsylvania Bio (BioTech 2010), Philadelphia, PA October 2010
    • “Taking New Technology Through Medicare Appeals,” Medtrade, Orlando, FL, October 4, 2007
    • “Intellectual Property and Reimbursement,” TIDES, Las Vegas, NV, May 23, 2007
    • “Laboratory Reimbursement from A to Z: Understanding the Legal Implications,” CLMA REAL 2006 Workshop
    • “Of Banks, Robbers and Supermodels a/k/a Ethics, Law and Policy in Tissue Ownership and Commercialization”, NACUA, Orlando, FL, June 2005
    • “Legal Issues and Stem Cells,” Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Ethics Colloquium, Seattle, WA, May 2003
    • Tissue Banks and Tissue Ownership,” Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Ethics Colloquium, Seattle, WA, May 2001
    • “Scientific Writing,” University of Pittsburgh, School of Health and Rehab, April 2001
    • “Intellectual Property and Start-Ups: Opportunities and Challenges for International Students and Scholars,” NAFSA/Association of International Educators, Region VIII Conference, Richmond, VA, November 2000
    • “Research Universities: The Evolving Intellectual Property Policy,” Chair, National Association of College and University Attorneys, Washington, D.C., November 1998
    • “Teaching Survival Skills & Ethics to Scientists,” Annual national weeklong train the trainer program sponsored by NIH and NSF.  Parrish presentations on research integrity, intellectual property, human subject issues, and animal care issues.  Snowmass, CO June 2001 – 2006; Vail, Colorado, June 2000; Copper Mountain, CO, June 1999; Breckenridge, CO, June 1998; New Orleans, LA, October 1997; Pittsburgh, PA, October 1997, October 1998, October 1999

Health Care

  • Medicare Coverage Analysis Out of the Ordinary,”  MAGI Clinical Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA, May 2017
  • “DMEPOS Update,”  American Health Lawyers Association, Baltimore, MD  March 2017
  • “Master Class:  Billing Compliance,” MAGI’s Clinical Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 23, 2016
  • “Patient Access to Medications,” panel discussion, Corporate AACE Partnership (CAP), Boston, MA, October 14, 2016
  • DMEPOS Update,”  American Health Lawyers Association, Baltimore, March 2016
  • “Reimbursement with a Global Fair Panel,”Pennsylvania Bio (BioTech 2010), Philadelphia, PA October 2010
  • “Successfully Taking your Claims Through the Medicare Appeals Process,”Pennsylvania Bio (BioTech 2010), Philadelphia, PA October 2010
  • “Hospital Acquired Infections,” March 2008
  • “Taking New Technology Through Medicare Appeals,” Medtrade, Orlando, FL, October 4, 2007
  • “Responding to Allegations of Misconduct,” Society of Research Administrators, Pittsburgh, PA, March 30,2007
  • “Ensuring the Integrity of Forensic Laboratory Results,” Justice for All, Pittsburgh, PA, April 21, 2006
  • “Medicare Audits,” Washington County Hospital Association, Washington, PA, April 2004
  • “Medicare Audits,” Alpern Rosenthal, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2003

Publications

Research Integrity

    • “Research Misconduct in Clinical Trials,” By Debra M. Parrish, Science Editor, July 2012.
    • “Image Manipulation as Research Misconduct,” By Bridget Noonan and Debra M. Parrish, Science and Engineering Ethics, May 2009.
    • “Expressions of Concern and Their Uses,” by By Bridget Noonan and Debra M. Parrish, Learned Publishing, July 2008.
    • White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications” Council of Science Editors, Editorial Policy Committee, 2006.
    • “Research Misconduct and Plagiarism,” by Debra M. Parrish, Journal of College and University Law, January 2007, Vol. 33, No. 1.
    • Interviewer Falsification – Research Misconduct?” by Debra M. Parrish, Journal of Science and Engineering Ethics, Submitted May 31, 2006.
    • “Research Misconduct and Plagiarism,” by Debra M. Parrish, Journal of College and University Law, Published, January, 2006.
    • “Commentary on ‘Scientific Misconduct: Present Problems and Future Trends’,” by Debra M. Parrish, Science and Engineering Ethics, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1999
    • “Scientific Misconduct and Correcting the Scientific Literature,” by Debra M. Parrish, Academic Medicine, March 1999, Vol. 74, No. 3
    • The Federal Government and Scientific Misconduct Proceedings, Past, Present and Future As Seen Through the Thereza Imanishi-Kari Case,” by Debra M. Parrish, The Journal of College and University Law, Spring 1998, Vol. 24, No. 4
    • Research Ethics and Scientific Misconduct: Making Sense of the Mosaic,” by Debra M. Parrish, Ethikos and Corporate Conduct Quarterly, January/February 1998, Vol. 11, No. 4
    • “Improving the Scientific Misconduct Hearing Process,” by Debra M. Parrish, The Journal of the American Medical Association, April 23/30, 1997, Vol. 277, No. 16
    • Falsification of Credentials in the Research Setting: Scientific Misconduct?,” by Debra M. Parrish, The Journal of law, Medicine & Ethics, Fall 1996, Vol. 24, No. 3
    • “The Scientific Misconduct Definition and Falsification of Credentials,” by Debra M. Parrish, Professional Ethics Report, Fall 1996, Vol. 9, No. 4
    • “Scientific Misconduct and the Plagiarism Cases,” by Debra M. Parrish, The Journal of College and University law, Winter 1995, Vol. 21, No. 3

Intellectual Property/Reimbursement

  • “The Physician Payment Sunshine Act,” Ethical Editor, May 2014.
  • “US Legal Principles and Confidentiality of the Peer Review Process,” by Debra M. Parrish and David E. Bruns, M.D., JAMA, June 5, 2002, Vol. 287, No. 21.
  • “Developing a Distance Education Policy for 21st Century Learning,” by Debra M. Parrish, American Council on Education, April 1, 2000