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Who to contact in Policy, Integrity and Performance

The role of Policy, Integrity and Performance takes on all aspects of implementation of the Research Strategy and the promotion of good practice of research at an institutional level. 

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Dr Andrew Taylor
Head of Policy, Integrity and Performance, 



Ali McManus
Research Strategy and Policy Officer (Management Information)


  • Project lead for PURE, the University’s Research Information System
  • Point of contact for research management information & research performance analyses
  • Development of policy & procedure in relation to research assessment & responsible use of metrics
 Alison McManus

Zoe Deacy-Clarke
Research Strategy and Policy Officer


  • Supporting the development of a robust research integrity framework
  • Agendas and minutes for the University Research Committee
 ‌‌‌‌Zoe Clarke

Jen Mayne
Research Strategy and Policy Officer


  • Point of contact for ethics queries
  • Provide support to university Research Ethics Committees
  • Secretary to the Academic Ethics and Compliance Committee
Jen Mayne

Phil Wiles
Research Integrity and Compliance Manager


  • Lead on the development and implementation of governance to support the research community in conducting their research to the highest standards, including legislative compliance in an increasingly complex environment
Phil Wiles 

Claire Walsh
Research Policy Officer (Compliance)

  • Point of contact for compliance queries
  • Secretary to the Clinical Trials Sponsorship Committee

Fiona Lawson
Policy, Integrity and Performance Administrator

  • Provide administrative support to staff within the Policy, Integrity and Performance Team.

Robert Maughan
Information Officer
01904 328836

  • Support PIP and RIKE staff with the production of their reports, with respect to data analysis, graphs, charts and infographics
  • Collect and analyse information for the annual HEBCIS survey
  • Act as Departmental Computing Officer for the Directorate