Good Scientific Practice
The SFB 1064 conforms to the DFG Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice, and is committed to academic integrity, fairness and exemplary scientific conduct.
This topic is incorporated into the IRTG training goals.
A collaborative campus event addressing "Responsible Research" (on popular demand from previous events) was conducted in2017 together with the GraduateCenterLMU and other local graduate programs.
Good reference management and good citation practice can be learned and is often a matter of good organization.
One source for guidelines for good citation practice can be found on the LMU Faculty of Biology website: http://www.biologie.uni-muenchen.de/studium/downloads_studium/guidelines-good-practice.pdf
The LMU University Library offers free licenses for the citation management programs Citavi and Endnote.
LMU UB Reference Management
The LMU Faculty of Medicine is in the process of implementing a control software to detect plagiarism. Doctoral supervisors in the Faculty of Medicine will have access, and are highly encouraged to check final versions of doctoral theses for plagiarism prior to submission.