Integrity is crucial for researchers, for the university and for science to be able to fulfil its role in society. We have to be able to trust research.
Research at the University of Copenhagen must therefore be performed with high integrity – honest, transparent and responsible. This applies to all academic staff in all of the academic disciplines that the university encompasses.
Code of Conduct for Responsible ResearchThe framework for research at the University of Copenhagen is described in the University's "Code of Conduct for Responsible Research" (2018).
Internal councils and committeesThe Practice Committee, named persons and Research Ethics Commitees are all internal institutions that are designed to advise on and help insure good scientific practice at the University of Copenhagen.
Policy on Financial Conflicts of Interests for awards issued by PHSIn relation to awards funded by U.S. Public Health Services (PHS) the University of Copenhagen will comply with the Financial Conflict of Interest requirements set forth in 42 CFR 50, Subpart F.
Research evaluationThe University of Copenhagen's research environments are subject to ongoing evaluation. Read a summary here.