Find your local research integrity advisors, make a concern, complaint or allegation
If you suspect that research misconduct has occurred, feel uneasy about something research-related, or simply want advice, you should feel empowered to bring this to the University's knowledge. The University takes seriously all concerns, complaints, and allegations, including those that are made anonymously. We ask that allegations be made in good faith, confidentially, and without malice. Complainants will, as far as practicable, be kept updated about the process of investigating and responding to their complaints.
Research Integrity Advisors
If you want discipline-specific advice about research practice, or feel uncertain about something, you can talk to a Research Integrity Advisor.
- General enquiries
- Opening Hours
- Weekdays: 9am—5pm
- Complaint or concern?
Any person with a complaint, concern, or question about research conduct at the University of Melbourne can talk to an RIA, complete this anonymous form, email email@example.com, contact the Director Office of Research Ethics and Integrity Elise Grosser, or contact a Research integrity Officer Kim Gilliland, Catherine Nie, Tom Wright, Kirsty McPherson, Erin Pugh or Poppy Bouhalis.
- Postal address
Office of Research Ethics & Integrity
Level 4, 161 Barry Street
The University of Melbourne
Elise Grosser, Director Office of Research Ethics and Integrity tel: (03) 9035 9755 firstname.lastname@example.orgMs Kim Gilliland, Research Integrity Investigations Officer tel: (03) 9035 4202 email@example.comDr Catherine Nie, Research Integrity Officer tel: (03) 8344 2894 firstname.lastname@example.orgTom Wright, Research Integrity Officer tel: (03) 8344 6690 email@example.comMs Kirsty McPherson, Research Integrity Officer tel: (03) 8344 4914 firstname.lastname@example.orgMs Erin Pugh, Research Integrity Officer tel: (03) 8344 5211 email@example.comMs Poppy Bouhalis, Research Integrity Officer tel: (03) 8344 1814 firstname.lastname@example.org