Conflict of Interest in Research Panel Charter
The Conflict of Interest in Research Panel (Panel) promotes integrity in research by reviewing, identifying and managing disclosed conflicts of interest.
PURPOSE and SCOPE
In accordance with University policy and Federal regulations, the Panel reviews investigator disclosures and determines whether a conflict of interest exists. If a conflict of interest exists, a management plan is developed for handling the identified conflict.
The Panel reviews the following types of conflicts (see Section IV for definitions):
Conflicts of commitment (COC)
Conflict of resources (COR):
Involving the participation of undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral researchers or other Dean of the Faculty appointees
Involving the use and allocation of equipment or space
Financial conflict of interest (FCOI)
You may also view the entire Conflict of Interest in Research Panel Charter (.pdf).