We are an independent charity with a small office team, directed by a Board of Trustees who can draw on the perspectives and assistance of an Advisory Board. For further information, please see our structure and governance page.
UKRIO draws upon its Register of Advisers when responding to questions and concerns about the conduct of research. Our volunteer Advisers play a vital and varied role in supporting UKRIO’s Advisory Service, helping to ensure that we can offer expert guidance on the best ways to support good research practice and address poor practice and misconduct.
Volunteering with UKRIO
UKRIO is staffed almost entirely by volunteers. We are currently recruiting additional volunteers for our Register of Advisers. Further information can be found here.
Working for UKRIO
Working for UKRIO is an opportunity to develop a broad base of skills in a busy charity and gain an understanding of the challenges facing the integrity and quality of research in the UK. We work with universities, NHS Trusts, other research organisations, Government, regulatory and professional bodies, as well as with our counterparts in other countries.