Researchers

The researchers at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne are committed to advancing medical research and translating the results into clinical practice, allowing doctors, nurses and allied health professionals to provide better quality healthcare for patients.

Find out more about the ethics and governance review processes for different types of research projects, submission guidelines and all necessary resources. 


Human Research Ethics Committee

HREC

The SVHM HREC is fully constituted and operates in accordance with the NHMRC National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) including all subsequent updates.

Low Risk Research and Quality Assurance

Low-Risk-Research

The Low Risk Research Sub-committee provides an expedited review pathway for all projects which are considered as “low risk”.

Animal Ethics Committee

Animal-Ethics-Committee

The St Vincent’s Hospital Animal Ethics Committee (AEC) is responsible for ensuring that all activities relating to the care and use of animals are conducted in compliance with the ‘Australian code for the care and use of animals for scientific purposes’ 8th Edition 2013.

Institutional Biosafety Committee

Biosafety

The St Vincent’s Hospital Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) is responsible for the review, approval and ongoing monitoring of all research involving Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) conducted in OGTR-Accredited Organisations at St Vincent’s Hospital, Fitzroy Campus.

Facilities

Facilities

Facilities

Forms

Forms

Forms

Contact

Contact

Contact

Resource for Researchers

Resource-for-Researchers

Resource for Researchers