Elise is the Director of Research Ethics and Integrity at the University of Melbourne, at a large, comprehensive, research intensive University in Australia.
The portfolio covers the governance, policy and education of animal ethics, human ethics, gene-technology, biosafety, biosecurity, export controls, autonomous sanctions, clinical trials, animal welfare, research integrity and is responsible for supporting the research misconduct investigation process from initial concern to resolution.
Elise is passionate about all aspects of research having worked as a research manager for over ten years. She has a variety of local Department, Faculty and and Central Office experience and is a strong advocate for the important contribution professional staff make to the success of an institution’s research endeavour. She has widely consulted and lectured on research/er development and research integrity, having successfully developed and implemented strategies to improve nationally competitive grant performance and introduced effective support systems for researchers.
|Session||Strengthening the Foundations of Trust: Investigator Training for Institutional Research Integrity Investigations|
|Room||Carrick 1, 2 & 3|
|Time||11:30 - 12:45|
|Date||Wednesday 6th June, 2018|
|Theme||Research Integrity & Ethics|
Elise Grosser - Director of Research Ethics and Integrity, University of Melbourne