Research record definition

Research record means any data, document, computer file, computer diskette, or any other written or non-written account or object that reasonably may be expected to provide evidence or information regarding the proposed, conducted, or reported research that constitutes the subject of an allegation of research misconduct. A research record includes, but is not limited to, grant or contract applications, whether funded or unfunded; grant or contract progress and other reports; laboratory notebooks; notes; correspondence; videos; photographs; X-ray film; slides; biological materials; computer files and printouts; manuscripts and publications; equipment use logs; laboratory procurement records; animal facility records; human and animal subject protocols; consent forms; medical charts; and patient research files.

Examples of Research record in a sentence

  • Research record: the record of data or results that embody the facts resulting from the scientific inquiry, including, but not limited to, research proposals, laboratory records (both physical and electronic), progress reports, abstracts, theses, oral presentations, internal reports, journal articles, and any documents and materials provided to an institutional official by a respondent in the course of the research misconduct proceeding.


More Definitions of Research record

Research record means the record of data or results from scholarly inquiry, including, without being limited to, research proposals, laboratory records, both physical and electronic, progress reports, abstracts, theses, oral presentations, internal reports, journal articles, books, and other publications of any kind in any media and any material in any media necessary to support the content of any such document, presentation, or publication.
Research record means the record of data or results that embody the facts resulting from scientific inquiry, including but not limited to, research proposals, laboratory records, both physical and electronic, progress reports, abstracts, theses, oral presentations, internal reports, journal articles, and any documents and materials provided to HHS or a University official by a respondent in the course of the research misconduct proceeding. Other examples of research records include but are not limited to grant or contract applications,whether funded or unfunded; grant or contract progress reports; laboratory notebooks; notes; correspondence; videos; photographs; X-ray film; slides; biological materials; computer files and printouts; manuscripts and publications; equipment-use logs; laboratory procurement records; animal facility records; human and animal subject protocols; consent forms; medical charts; and patient research files. “Data or results” shall be interpreted broadly to encompass all forms of scholarly information about the research at issue without regard to the type of recording or storage media, including, but not limited to, raw numbers, field notes, interviews, notebooks and folders, laboratory observations, computers and other research equipment, CD-ROMs, hard drives, floppy disks, Zip disks, back-up tapes, machine counter tapes, research interpretations and analysis, tables, slides, photographs, charts, gels, individual facts, statistics, tissue samples, reagents, and documented oral representations of research results, as well as any documents and material provided to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) or a University official by a respondent in the course of the research misconduct proceeding.
Research record means any type of records or materials that document the proposing, performing, reviewing or reporting of research. A research record includes, but is not limited to, grant, contract, or other sponsored project applications, whether funded or unfunded; narrative progress and final reports to sponsors; abstracts, theses and dissertations, oral presentations, internal reports, journal articles; records and correspondence relating to financial records, purchasing records, scope of work, budgets and service records; and other reports; laboratory notebooks; notes; correspondence; video records; photographs; X-ray films; slides; biological materials; computer files and printouts; manuscripts and publications; equipment use logs; laboratory procurement records; human and animal research protocols; animal facility records; animal medical records; human subject consent forms; human medical records; and patient research files.
Research record means an item or grouping of information obtained for the purpose of research from or about a person or extracted for the purpose of research from a personal record.
Research record as used in this clause, means the record of all data or results that embody the facts resulting from scientists' inquiries, including, but not limited to, research proposals; laboratory records, both physical and