Research ethics and integrity
All research undertaken in the department must follow the University policy for Good Research and Innovation Practices (GRIP) and the guidance contained in Research Ethics: General Principles and Statements.
Research Services provide information on Research Integrity and Ethics on their home page.
To apply for ethics approval follow this link.
The department has a Research Ethics Committee which comprises of the following staff members:
Ethics Administrator: Rosie Lynch
Lead Ethics Reviewer: Buick Davison
Ethics Reviewers: Paul Bentley, Jon Carr, Buick Davison, Danielle Densley-Tingley, Ian Guymer, Iman Hajirasouliha, Richard Harpin, Rachel Horn, Martin Mayfield, Andy Nichols, Steve Thornton.
Guidance for the roles of each of the above may be found here.
Don’t know if your research requires ethics approval? Read this.
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