The University seeks to promote the highest standards of scientific, scholarly and professional integrity and to give due consideration to the ethical, social and environmental issues arising from its activities and actively working to ensure that research integrity is embedded in the University’s research culture and environment.
The Senior member of staff responsible for research integrity is Professor Neil Gow, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Impact).
Find out more about University of Exeter's work on promoting research integrity in our Statement on Research Integrity
Our Code of Good Practice in Research and linked policies are available here.
For more information on any aspect of good practice in research and research integrity, please contact Dr Antony Walsh. Antony is the named point of contact for anyone wishing to raise concerns about the integrity of research carried out under the auspices of the University of Exeter.
For more information on research ethics or research governance, please contact Antony or any member of the Research Integrity, Ethics and Governance team.