Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research in Humans (RCRH). Chapter 4: Conflicts of Interest (COI), by Stanley G. Korenman, M.D., University of California.
- : Employs a problem-based learning approach to address ethical questions related to conflicts of interest with an emphasis on research in humans.
ORI: Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research – Chapter 5: Conflicts of Interest, by NH Steneck, PhD.
- : Reviews conflicts of interest in the areas of financial gain, work commitments, and intellectual and personal matters – with options for managing these types of conflicts.
Responsible Conduct of Research: Conflicts of Interest, by Columbia University.
- : Interactive, case-based approach that includes the following topics: conflicts of interest definition, types of conflict of interest issues (i.e., individual, institutional, IRB levels), and management of conflicts of interest.
Making the Right Moves: A Practical Guide to Scientific Management for Postdocs and New Faculty. Chapter 11: Understanding Technology Transfer, Burroughs Wellcome Fund and Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
- : Covers the role of a university's technology transfer office and the ways in which intellectual property is protected, the process of bringing an invention to market, various types of legal agreements and conflicts of interest and commitment.