Central University Research Ethics Committee

The Central University Research Ethics Committee (CUREC) has overall responsibility for the development of the University’s policy on research involving human participants and personal data, and for the University’s ethical review process.

CUREC does not provide ethical review or approval of individual research project applications. Such applications should be sent to the relevant CUREC subcommittee. Further information about how and where to apply for ethical review is available on the research ethics pages.

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The Committee considers ethical issues regarding research involving human participants and personal data only.

  Name Conditions of appointment Until
[1] Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Principal, Jesus College(Chair)

A person appointed by Council who shall Chair the committee

MT 2022
[2] Junior Proctor, Professor Sophie Marnette One of the Proctors or the Assessor as may be agreed between them ex officio
[3] Professor Jane Green, Nuffield Department of Population Health The Chair of the Medical Sciences Interdivisional Research Ethics Committee ex officio
[4] Professor Lucie Cluver, Department of Social Policy and Intervention The Chair of the Social Sciences Interdivisional Research Ethics Committee ex officio
[5] Professor Kevin Marsh, St Cross The Chair of the Oxford Tropical Research Ethics Committee ex officio
[6] Mr Stuart Farr Two external persons appointed by the Research & Innovation Committee of Council MT 2022
[7] Dr Donna Chambers As above MT 2021
[8] Ms Jacqueline Broadhead, School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography Up to six persons appointed by the Research & Innovation Committee of Council to ensure appropriate representation of areas of research involving human participants or personal data MT 2022
[9] Dr Kate Blackmon, Merton As above MT 2022
[10] Associate Professor Liam Gearon, Department of Education

Harris Manchester
As above MT 2023
[11] Dr Angeliki Kerasidou, Nuffield Department of Population Health As above MT 2023
[12] Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones, Christ Church As above MT 2023
Co-opted (The committee may co-opt up to four additional members, who may be internal or external, and who shall hold office for such period as the committee may determine)
  Mrs Lorna Carter, member of Policy and Advocacy Committee of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene    MT 2020
  Associate Professor Guy Kahane, Faculty of Philosophy, Pembroke    HT 2023
  Professor Andrew Martin, Department of Computer Science, Kellogg     MT 2020

Secretary: Council Secretariat (Rebecca Thomas)

Queries should be addressed to the Committee

Date Time Deadline for papers Venue
19 November 2019 11.00 am 5 November 2019 Ship Street Centre Meeting Rooms
25 February 2020 11.00 am 11 February 2020 Ship Street Centre Meeting Rooms
2 June 2020 11.00 am 19 May 2020 Ship Street Centre Meeting Rooms
17 November 2020 11.00 am 3 November 2020 Ship Street Centre Meeting Rooms
23 February 2021 11.00 am 9 February 2021 Ship Street Centre Meeting Rooms
1 June 2021 11.00 am 18 May 2021 Ship Street Centre Meeting Rooms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regulations


For the regulations of CUREC, please click here:

REGULATIONS

Contact us


CUREC Secretary:

curec@admin.ox.ac.uk

Medical Sciences Inter-Divisional Research Ethics Committee (MS IDREC):

(Primarily for researchers from the medical sciences, where the research does not require review by the National Health Service ethics review service)

Dr Helen Barnby-Porritt, MS IDREC Manager, Research Services, University of Oxford, Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD

Email: ethics@medsci.ox.ac.uk Tel: 01865 (6)16577.

Social Sciences and Humanities Inter-Divisional Research Ethics Committee (SSH IDREC):

(Primarily for researchers in the social sciences and humanities; depending on research methodology, also the mathematical, physical and life sciences)

Mrs Claudia Kozeny-Pelling, SSH IDREC Manager, Research Services, University of Oxford, Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD

Email: ethics@socsci.ox.ac.uk. Tel: 01865 (6)16578.

Oxford Tropical Research Ethics Committee (OxTREC):

(Primarily for medical research taking place outside the EU, or if the research is funded by the US National Institutes of Health or another US federal funding agency)

Dr Rebecca Bryant, OxTREC Manager, Research Services, University of Oxford, Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD

Email: oxtrec@admin.ox.ac.uk. Tel: 01865 (2)82585.

 
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