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Research Governance Committee
Constitution and Membership for 2013-14
Where the name of a committee member is italicised, this indicates that that member is serving on the Committee as a deputy or nominee of another member.
Number in brackets to the right-hand side of a committee member’s name indicates length of continuous service in years, up to and including the 2012-13 session. Length of service is not indicated for ex officio and student members, or for Observers.
|Vice-Provost (Research) (Chair)||Professor David Price|
|Vice-Provost (Enterprise) (or nominee)||Dr Anne Mortimer|
|Vice-Provost (Health) (or nominee)||Professor Mary Collins|
|Registrar||Mr Tim Perry|
|Director of Human Resources||Mr Nigel Waugh|
|Director of Research Planning||Dr Andrew Clark|
|Director of Research Support, Joint Research Office||Dr Nick McNally|
|REF Manager||Mr Andrew Cooper|
|Chair, Clinical Research Governance Committee||Dr Emma C Morris|
A Lay Member, appointed by Council
- Lord Hart of Chilton (4)
|Six academic staff, nominated by the Vice-Provost (Research), two from each of the three UCL schools:|
Arts and Humanities, Laws, Social and Historical Sciences, School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SLASH)
Professor Cheryl Thomas (1)
Professor Claire Warwick (3)
Built Environment, Engineering Sciences, Mathematical and Physical Sciences (BEAMS)
Professor Danny Alexander (3)
Professor Brian Balmer (3)
|Life and Medical Sciences (SLMS)||
Professor Shelley Channon (3)
Professor Raymond MacAllister (4)
|Secretary||Ms Rachel Port|
Terms of Reference
Subject to any general or particular direction that may from time to time be given by the Academic Committee, the Research Governance Committee is charged by Council:
1. To oversee and co-ordinate the operation of research governance processes at UCL, according to the principles set out in the UCL research ethics framework, and to approve, subject to appropriate consultation, research governance policies and procedures.
2. To monitor developments in the area of research governance within the UK higher education research community and to determine, subject to appropriate consultation, mechanisms to ensure that the relevant UCL policies and procedures are reviewed and revised as necessary to take account of such developments.
3. To ensure that UCL’s research governance policies and procedures are effectively communicated to the academic research community of UCL.
4. To receive reports and/or minutes from UCL committees and joint UCL/NHS committees which are responsible for monitoring the operation of particular policies and/or procedures which form part of the UCL research ethics framework.
5. To refer to the Ethics Committee any research ethics-related matters which may have wider implications for institutional-level ethical policies or processes or which RGC considers should be brought to the attention of the Ethics Committee.
6. To receive an annual report from the Registrar on the operation of UCL’s procedure for investigating and resolving allegations of misconduct in academic research.
7. To report to the Academic Committee and the Ethics Committee by submission to the Academic Committee and Ethics Committee officers of the Minutes of each meeting of the Research Governance Committee.
Meeting Dates 2013-14
- Tuesday 19 November 2013, 10.00am
- Monday 24 February 2014, 10.00am
- Monday 16 June 2014, 10.00am
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