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Research ethics is not rocket science but some basic tips can make your funding application procedure smoother. If you are about to submit your first proposal in a Horizon Europe Call, it may be helpful to tune into this presentation with hands-on tips on how to identify your ethics issues in the ethics issues table and how to address them in your self-assessment. This online meeting will include a presentation as well as time for your questions.
Marjo Rauhala (PhD, MSSc, BA) is the research ethics coordinator at TU Wien and responsible for establishing the research ethics advisory and review procedures for the entire university. With a
background in philosophical and biomedical ethics and social sciences, Marjo Rauhala has broad experience in the field of research ethics. This experience encompasses academic research, ethics management and advisory tasks in engineering projects, as well as ethics review in the research funding programs of the European Union. Since FP7, Marjo Rauhala participates in the European Commission’s working groups on ethics guidance and expert panels in ethics screening, review and check/follow-up of European funded research for the European Commission’s Ethics and Integrity Sector and the European Research Council.