The University has developed the Intellectual Property Policy and its constituent Guidelines to support the management, technology transfer and commercialization of Intellectual Property created by employees, students or others during their association with the University.
The University community has a collective responsibility to ensure that proper research practices are carried out in accordance with both international and University standards and regulations at all times, to be vigilant in guarding against serious lapses, and to report violations if they occur. All research conducted at the University whenever involving animals, human participants and safety should be reviewed for research practices. Under the auspices of the Committee on Research Practices, there are three Committee/Panels review such practices:
• the Animal Ethics Committee;
• the Human Participants Research Panel; and
• the Safety Panel.