Our research development strategy promotes a culture of research committed to responsible and ethical research practices and the open exchange of ideas, freedom of expression and inquiry. We promote multidisciplinary research collaborations and connect our research with market and community needs in Australia and overseas.
Research and research training at VU reflects the following values:
- Rigour and excellence in critical inquiry
- Innovation, relevance and impact
- Integrity and ethics in research conduct
- Partnerships and collaboration
- Intellectual fulfilment.
We adopt best practice in managing the conduct of research and ensure all research at VU complies with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research. The Code has been jointly developed by the National Health and Medical Research Council, the Australian Research Council and Universities Australia to assist the responsible conduct of research in universities and other public sector research institutions. Find out more about research integrity at VU.
In 'Conducting research':
Research involving Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
Principles, guidelines and protocols related to research involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island...
Human research ethics
Values and principles underpinning human research ethics, and the human research ethics approval and r...
Animal research ethics
Values guiding teaching and scientific activities involving animals, and the animal ethics approval an...
Research involving genetically modified organisms at Victoria University must be carried out in accord...
Copyright for researchers
Rights and responsibilities of the researcher in relation to copyright.