Good Scientific Practice
Transparency and open discourse as well as the definition of clear regulations and accountability are fundamental to Good Scientific Practice. The Leibniz-Institute DSMZ GmbH is committed to the guidelines of Good Scientific Practice for which honesty towards oneself and towards others is of central importance.
The DSMZ and its scientists strive to be truthful, accurate and honest. Data and publications will not be manipulated and interactions with each other and colleagues will enable the free and open expression of a scientific opinion and exchange of ideas. These are core values that the DSMZ is comitted to.
Good Scientific Practice is a daily, conscientious practice and most effective way to prevent dishonesty and the conscious violation of these principles.
As a member of the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft the DSMZ applies the code Leitlinie „Gute wissenschaftliche Praxis in der Leibniz-Gemeinschaft“. The “Kodex der DFG “ is equally relevant for implementation of Good Scientific Practice.
Elected Ombuds-persons at the DSMZ who should be informed in case of a suspected case of scientific misconduct are:
|Dr. Hilmar Quentmeier|
|Dr. Cathrin Spröer|
The „Ombudsman für die Wissenschaft“ of the DFG can also be contacted.