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Nov
26
2020

Opportunities to join the Trustee Board of UKRIO

We are seeking to make new appointments to our Board of Trustees. The UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) is an independent charity, offering support to the public, researchers and organisations to further good practice in academic, scientific and medical research. We promote integrity and high ethical standards in research, as well as robust and fair […]

Feb
22
2019

UKRIO is recruiting for a new Chair of the charity

Closing Date: Thursday 14 March 2019 The UK Research Integrity Office is looking to appoint an exceptional candidate to the role of Chair, to take up post later in 2019, as Sir Bernard Silverman steps down after five years with the organisation. The UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) is an independent charity set up to […]

Jul
11
2018

Volunteering with UKRIO

If you would like to use your professional skills to support good research practice, we have a role to suit you: joining our Register of Advisers.   What do our Advisers do? Our volunteer Advisers play a vital role in UKRIO’s work, including helping shape the responses to requests for our assistance on issues of research practice, […]

May
8
2015

UKRIO recruiting volunteer Advisers

If you would like to use your professional skills to support good research practice, we have a role to suit you: joining our Register of Advisers. Our volunteer Advisers play a vital role in UKRIO’s work, including helping shape the responses to requests for our assistance on issues of research practice, contributing to our guidance publications and […]

Jan
26
2015

UKRIO recruiting volunteer Advisers

If you would like to use your professional skills to support good research practice, we have a role to suit you: joining our Register of Advisers. Our volunteer Advisers play a vital role in UKRIO’s work, including helping shape the responses to requests for our assistance on issues of research practice, contributing to our guidance publications and […]

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