The Alfred Research Alliance members are committed to maintaining the highest standards of ethics and compliance in all research endeavours.
We work closely together to ensure that current standards are applied consistently across the precinct and that the relevant legislation, regulations, guidelines and codes of practice for all ethical research conduct are actively complied with at every level.
The Alfred Hospital Ethics Committee reviews the ethical and scientific aspects of research and medical activities involving human subjects at Alfred Health, the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, the Burnet Institute, Monash University departments at The Alfred.
Go to the Human Ethics website for all information, guidelines and application forms for research involving humans.
The AMREP Animal Ethics Committee reviews applications to use animals for scientific purposes from investigators from Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, Monash University Central Clinical School, Burnet Institute and The Alfred hospital.
Go to the Animal Ethics website for information and guidelines to use animals for scientific purposes.
Or login to EthicsAppOrder Animal Ethics Applications and Animal Services Ordering Management
Dealings with Genetically Modified Organisms
The Monash University Biosafety Committee, via the Monash Research Office, administers compliance with regulations covering dealings with genetically modified organisms for Alfred Health, Baker and the Burnet Institute as well as Monash University.
Go to the Monash Research Office website for information, guidelines and application forms on dealings with GMOs.
Research Governance and Occupational Health and Safety
The individual AMREP partners each have in place their own policies, guidelines and procedures covering compliance with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research 2007 and regulations for the handling of hazardous chemicals, radioactive materials and biological hazards.