Research Ethics Committee
The Research Ethics Committee manages and monitors procedures for obtaining ethical approval for research projects within the school. The current members of the Committee are:
- Dr Alison Mohr (Chair and Research Ethics Officer)
- Annabell Bell-Boulé (lay member)
- Dr Esther Bott
- Professor Reiner Grundmann
- Dr Melanie Jordan
- Dr Pauline Jas
- Dr Kate Millar (cross-faculty member)
- Dr Sam Okyere
University of Nottingham Policy on Research Ethics
The University of Nottingham requires all staff and students who are engaged in research to maintain the highest standards of integrity in the conduct of research. The University's principles for research ethics are integrated in the Code of Research Conduct and Research Ethics, the University's Policy for Ethical Review and the University Ethics and Integrity website.
University policy is for all its research to comply with ESRC guidelines regarding the ethical conduct of research. In particular, research must undergo ethical review and receive approval before work can begin where research involves the participation of human subjects, their data and/or their tissue. This flowchart may assist you if you are unsure as to whether your project requires ethical review. If in doubt, please consult the ESRC guidelines.
The University of Nottingham strongly recommends all staff and postgraduate research students should visit the Graduate School website for Research Integrity and undertake the Faculty specific training provided.
Overseas travel for research
A flowchart showing the University's required procedures for organising all travel abroad on University business is available; view the Travel Advice Flowchart.
This applies to all students and staff at every level travelling abroad on any University business including fieldwork, other elements of the research process and attendance at conferences.