Research Ethics Advisors (REAs)
Research Ethics Advisors (REAs) are the first 'port-of-call' for researchers requiring assistance or advice on human research ethics matters.
REAs are located at the School/Faculty level to provide support to researchers, both staff and students, in designing ethically acceptable human research and to assist them through the ethics approval process. REA's also conduct educational seminars in their Faculties on human research ethics at least annually.
|Faculty / School||Research Ethics Advisor (REA)||REA Appointment|
|Business & Law||To be advised||Newcastle Business School & Newcastle Law School|
|Education & Arts||Dr Kate Ferguson-Patrick||School of Education|
|Dr Rachael Unicomb||School of Humanities & Social Science|
|Engineering & Built Environment||Dr Michael Mak||School of Architecture & Built Environment|
|Health & Medicine||Dr Kirsti Haracz||School of Health Sciences|
|Dr Jodie Marquez||School of Health Sciences|
|Dr Lynette Bowen||School of Nursing & Midwifery|
|Science||Professor Frances Martin||School of Psychology|
|Academic Division||Dr Jaime Hunt||Pathways and Academic Learning Support Centre|
- REAs Roles and Responsibilities (PDF 43 KB)