University College Dublin is committed to the promotion of an environment which maintains the highest standards of integrity in relation to its educational mission and research activity. It is university policy that all those engaged with research in UCD, including all researchers, students, technical, administrative and research support staff:
- maintain the highest standards of rigour and integrity in all aspects of research; and
- ensure that research is conducted according to appropriate ethical, legal and professional obligations and standards.
In support of this UCD has an approved Research Integrity Policy and a Procedure for the Investigation of Misconduct in Research.
UCD's Procedure for the Investigation of Misconduct in Research can be found here.More
Students, staff and visitors to UCD can now report issues of a Dignity & Respect nature anonymously through the UCD Report and Support tool.
UCD has a Protected Disclosures Policy. The purpose of this Policy is to encourage a Worker within the University to make a disclosure of any potential wrongdoing of which they become aware and for the University to provide protection for the person making the disclosure. This policy provides guidelines as to how and to whom a Protected Disclosure should be made.
Research Integrity Officer
Deputy Research Integrity Officer
Research Integrity Administrator
|College of Social Sciences & Law||Associate Professor Gerald Mills|
|College of Engineering & Architecture||Professor John Sheridan|
|College of Business||Dr Dorota Piaskowska|
|College of Health & Agricultural Sciences||Professor Brian Caulfield|
|College of Arts & Humanities||Associate Professor Ivar McGrath|
|College of Science||Dr Rainer Melzer|
|Students Union||Conor Anderson|
|Research Ethics Committee||Dr Joan Tiernan|
|Research Staff Association||Dr Aparajita Banerjee|
|Research Integrity Officer||Professor Grace Mulcahy|
|Deputy Research Integrity Officer||Professor Adrian Ottewill|
|UCD Research & Innovation||Jill Boyle|