The Research Integrity Committee is responsible for the review and management of conflict of interests related to research on behalf of the University of Texas at Dallas.
The Committee's primary function is to protect the integrity of UTD's research and education missions, as well as the integrity of the organization and the research investigator.
Where management of a research conflict of interest is required, the Conflict of Interest Management Plan Review Panel works with the faculty member involved to consider all facts available to it and develop a management plan. Once developed, all management plans will be acknowledged by the individual, tracked over time, and monitored.
The Research Integrity Committee is appointed by the Office of the Provost. The Committee consists of faculty members and such members of the UTD administration as are needed to serve as resources for the committee.
Please contact the Conflict of Interest Manager if you have questions about the Research Integrity Committee. Please contact the Office of Compliance if you have questions about a management plan related to an institutional responsibility other than the conduct of research.