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Institution

Northwestern University


Preventive Medicine

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Department of Preventive Medicine

680 N Lake Shore Dr, Suite 1400 Chicago, Illinois 60611

Research Interests

Applied Ethics; Research Ethics and Integrity; Publication Ethics; Ethics of Attribution and Authorship; Citations Ethics; AI Ethics

 

Topics to speak on:

Applied Ethics; Research Ethics and Integrity; Publication Ethics; Ethics of Attribution and Authorship; Citations Ethics; AI Ethics

Words of Wisdom

We owe it to our respective societies and taxpayers to cultivate fair and inclusive research cultures and improve ethics and integrity in academia.

Biography

Mohammad Hosseini is a postdoctoral researcher in research ethics and integrity at Northwestern University and an associate editor of the journal of Accountability in Research. Born in Tehran, he received his BA in Management (Eindhoven, 2013) MA in Applied Ethics (Utrecht, 2016) and completed his PhD in Research Ethics and Integrity (Dublin, 2021), where he also served as a guest lecturer in ethics.

Motivated by the interdisciplinary nature and broad application of research ethics, in his work Mohammad has explored issues that affect all scholarly fields, such as recognizing contributions in academic publications, citations and publication ethics and gender issues in academia. His current research is focused on the ethics of employing artificial intelligence in research.

Awards

DCU President’s Award (https://www.dcu.ie/humanities-and-social-sciences/news/2021/may/phd-student-school-theology-philosophy-and-music)

Activities