The Annual Reporting Period for External Commitments and Financial Interests begins on April 11th and will run through May 15th at 10 AM. All required personnel must complete their annual disclosures using the e-COI system during this time.
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Cornell policies and guidance related to Financial Conflicts of Interest
- New: COI Guidance on the Use of Human Participants
- New: Guide for Conflict Managers for CMPs Implemented by the FCOI Committee
- Revised: Cornell University Guidance on Consulting and Other External Engagements by Faculty
- Cornell Guidelines for Managing COI Issues in Faculty Startups
- Does your External Relationship Require a Conflict Management Plan?
- Cornell Faculty Handbook
- Cornell's Intellectual Property Carve-out Policy and Procedure
- Cornell Policy 1.7, Financial Conflict of Interest Related to Research
- Cornell Policy 4.14, Conflicts of Interest and Commitment
COI in the News
- New: Relationships between industry and researchers can be hard to define, but universities must scrutinize research to identify conflicts of interest
- New: Regulations that require researchers to disclose conflicts of interest yield questionable data and cost universities millions
- A Climate Crusader Melts, Exposing a Profitable Link to Harvard's Name
- University of Colorado Professor Arrested for Using his Company to Sell Marked-up Lab Equipment to the University
- Feds Freeze Millions In Grants To UConn After Conflict-Of-Interest Probe