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Research Integrity

Tilburg University is committed to protecting and guaranteeing scientific integrity.

Research Integrity Committee

Official complaints must be filed in writing with the Research Integrity Committee, which is established by the Executive Board and consists of a chairman and at least two members. The Committee will investigate the complaint and will offer its advice to the Executive Board. Complaints can be submitted to:

Tilburg University
Research Integrity Committee
Room C 125
P.O. Box 90153

The Committee can also be reached by e-mail via:

A second opinion on a decision based on the advice of the Research Integrity Committee may be sought from the National Board for Research Integrity (LOWI), an independent advisory body established by KNAW, VSNU and NWO. See also the LOWI Regulations.

This VSNU infographic provides an overview of the steps to be taken in the complaint procedure.