Office of Research and Engagement Expand Compliance Efforts
UT researchers will have more help in complying with complex federal requirements that cover everything from treatment of lab animals and surveying human subjects to handling hazardous materials and defense-sensitive information.
The Office of Research and Engagement has hired Robert Nobles as assistant vice chancellor for the responsible conduct of research and research integrity officer. The newly created position will focus on ensuring that research projects at the university are in full compliance with federal regulations and ethical requirements.
For more information, visit the Office of Research and Engagement website.