Research Integrity Advisors

Research Integrity Advisors play a key role in research ethics and integrity at the ANU. They promote the responsible conduct of research and provide advice to those with concerns about potential breaches of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, 2018 and applicable ANU policies.

Research Integrity Advisors provide advice regarding the responsible conduct of research and the University's research integrity procedures to all University students and staff members.

Current ANU Research Integrity Advisors are listed below; it is acceptable to contact an advisor outside your College for advice. It is your choice.

 

Research Integrity Advisors

Contact point Contact details

ANU College of Asia & the Pacific

Dr Rochelle Bailey

rochelle.bailey@anu.edu.au

+61 2 6125 3577

ANU College of Business & Economics
Associate Professor Mark Wilson

 +61 2 6125 3659 

ANU College of Business & Economics

Dr Isabel Wang

isabel.wang@anu.edu.au

+61 2 6125 5758

ANU College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics

Professor Kerry Taylor

kerry.taylor@anu.edu.au

+61 2 6125 8560

ANU College of Science

Professor Elmars Krausz

krausz@rsc.anu.edu.au

+61 2 6125 3577

 

The role of Research Integrity Advisors and how they can assist you

The position of Research Integrity Advisor is not a position of employment but a role under the definition of academic service.

  1. Research Integrity Advisors are experienced researchers and are familiar with the following policies and procedures. They can assist in understanding institutional and researcher responsibilities under the The Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, 2018, which are supported by the following ANU policies and procedures:

Policies:

Procedures:

  1. Be available, accommodating, approachable and non-judgemental.
  2. Provide confidential and impartial advice to ANU students and staff members on matters of research integrity and the responsible conduct of research.
  3. In cases where matters unrelated to research integrity or the responsible conduct of research are raised, guide staff and students to other appropriate support units within the University.
  4. In carrying out their role Research Integrity Advisors must:
  • immediately declare any conflicts of interest that arise and refer the person to a different Research Integrity Advisor;
  • not become involved in the assessment or investigation of research misconduct cases;
  • not make contact with the person who is the subject of the allegation.
 

 

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