The University of Suffolk is committed to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and excellence in research. We ensure that all research undertaken by our staff and students complies with the appropriate ethical, legal and professional frameworks and procedures.
This website details the University's policies in relation to research. Further information can be found on the Transforming Lives: University of Suffolk Strategy for Research Excellence 2023–2030
Research Governance Staff
Professor Emma Bond is Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Professor of Socio-Technical Research at the University of Suffolk.
Stephen is the Head of Research Management in the Research Office, responsible for delivering a responsive and efficient research grants and funding service.
Katie is a Research Fellow and REF Coordinator, working on a variety of research projects.
Lucy supports the Research Directorate team at the University of Suffolk, providing administrative support for the Research Institutes.
Sue is responsible for all research engagement activities and research governance within the Research Directorate.
Sarah was appointed Head of the Suffolk Doctoral College in 2021. Formerly an Associate Dean for Research in the School of Social Science and Humanities.
Kerri is our newly appointed Postgraduate Research Academic Coordinator, working within the Suffolk Doctoral College in the Research Directorate team.
Professor Horvath is a leading international researcher in the field of forensic psychology, specifically Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG).
Colin is Clinical Director of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing and Professor of Clinical Psychobiology and Applied Psychoneuroimmunology.
Professor Gladwell's research utilises biochemical, physiological, and psychological skills, with a passion for enhancing lifelong health.
Darryl Newport (Professor of Energy and Sustainable Development) is the Director of the Suffolk Sustainability Institute at the University of Suffolk, UK.
Amanda is an award-winning internationally published novelist, journalist and writer.
Professor Nicholas Caldwell is Professor of Information Systems Engineering at the University of Suffolk.