Brunel University London has adopted the Universities UK Concordat to support research integrity and is committed to upholding the essential elements of the concordat in an effective and transparent manner.
We have a Research Integrity Code which draws together our policies regarding research integrity matters. See Policies and Procedures for all our policies, including this code. Research integrity in our practice, policy and procedures is one of our core values. We have clear policies regarding research conduct.
The senior officer responsible for dealing with cases of suspected misconduct or other concerns concerning the integrity of
research is Mr Jim Benson, Secretary to Council and University Secretary. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The senior member of staff overseeing research integrity is Professor Geoff Rodgers, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation). If you have queries regarding any part of the Brunel University London Research Integrity Code, suggestions for additional training to help you comply with its requirements, or any other ideas to support and develop our research culture in this area please email these to Research-Integrity@brunel.ac.uk.
Brunel University London has received the European Commission HR Excellence in Research Award, in recognition of its continued commitment to the career development and management of its research staff. The award recognises our success in supporting the professional development of our researchers and in implementing the national Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers. To find out more about the award and Brunel's related activities please visit our HR Excellence in Research pages.