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Cornell policies and guidance related to Financial Conflicts of Interest
- 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