Middlesex University is committed to the maintenance of the highest standards of research integrity and ethical practice in its research. We were an early adopter of the Concordat to Support Research Integrity and we adhere to the principles and practices set out in that document.
We expect that all staff and students engaged in research conduct their activities in line with the UUK Concordat, including any visitors who make use of, or are supported by, the University and/or its facilities.
All those engaged in research are expected to adhere to the following:
Staff and students should also make full use of the Middlesex Online Research Ethics (MORE) system prior to the commencement of any research or knowledge transfer work.
Read our annual research integrity report for a summary of how we've been supporting research integrity over the past academic year.
Should any member of staff or research student require further information on matters relating to research integrity, or have concerns about the integrity of research and knowledge transfer being conducted at the University that they wish to discuss in confidence, they should contact one of the following:
Dr Mark Gray, Director of Knowledge Transfer