At Liverpool research is a process of exploration through academic analysis where researchers, peers and mentors offer feedback and insights to the design and delivery process, in a focused and supportive environment.
Our research integrity is upheld by University of Liverpool policies and a comprehensive committee structure.
The University is committed to maintaining the highest standards of rigour, ethics and integrity in its research. As part of this commitment, it requires that all research projects involving human participants, their tissues or personal data receive research ethics approval before they commence.
Find out how you can apply for our University Research Fellowships.
Thrive: shaping the future of research teams
Thrive is a research project dedicated to redefining how research teams operate with a special focus on encouraging greater diversity and inclusivity.