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Overview

Overview

Welcome to ECU’s Research Intranet. Designed for our growing research community, the Research Intranet is your gateway to research-related information, news, resources and support. It includes our Graduate Research School website for research students and our Office of Research and Innovation website for research staff, industry and community partners.

For Research Students

For Research students

The Graduate Research School provides support and development services, including face-to-face and online training, seminars, academic events and social activities, all aimed at enhancing the quality of the research experience for master by research and doctoral candidates, their supervisors and faculties.

The School has ranked highly in both national and international surveys of student satisfaction. Our website provides information for research students, supervisors and research support staff.

For Research Staff

For Research staff

The Office of Research and Innovation plays a key role in building ECU's research profile. This includes identifying and developing research opportunities, establishing strategic partnerships and promoting ECU research initiatives.

The Office also provides ECU’s research program with strategic and operational support and facilitates commercialisation opportunities. Our website provides information for research staff, industry and community partners.

News & events

Cancer crusaders recognised

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Research projects using exercise to improve cancer treatments in prostate, breast and bone cancers have received funding from the Cancer Council WA.

Research finds possible mechanism between sleep and Alzheimer’s disease

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

New research suggests poor sleep and particular genetic variations in AQP4 proteins increases amyloid in the brain and potentially raises your risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Research questions self-harm as cry for help

Monday, 29 January 2018

A new review finds that most people who self-harm do it to relieve emotional distress.

Research ethics

The conduct of research activities involving human or animal participants is governed by ethics guidelines contained in legislation and policies.

The Research Ethics Team assists staff and students to ensure that their research complies with guidelines and legislation, protects research participants and animals and encourages research that is, or will be, of benefit to the community.

Our website provides information about research ethics committees, policy and legislation, using STREAM and applying for and managing your ethics approval.

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