The OSU Research Office has Anita Eisenstadt as assistant vice president for Research – Research Integrity. As AVPR, Eisenstadt will oversee operations related to all aspects of research integrity including human and animal subjects research, conflicts of interest, export control, and scientific diving.
Eisenstadt is charged with setting strategic priorities for the office on campus and in D.C. She has extensive experience with federal entities closely linked to national science programs and science policy, notably the U.S. Department of State, National Academies and National Science Foundation.
Eisenstadt completed a B.A. with high distinction in Asian Studies and Anthropology from the University of Michigan, and a J.D. cum laude from Wayne State University. She will begin her position Aug. 15.