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Research Ethics Board

The mission of the Research Ethics Board (REB) is to design and implement a policy that complies with the requirements of Canada’s three granting agencies: the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC).

As part of this mission, the REB is responsible for reviewing all research projects involving humans conducted by professors, researchers and Ph.D. or M.Sc. students. The REB must ensure that the persons participating in research projects conducted at the School do so voluntarily and with full consent and, most importantly, that they are given all the necessary information to make an informed decision. The REB’s decisions are based on the minimal requirements set out in the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans. More broadly, the REB’s mission includes informing professors, researchers and students and making them more aware of the importance of research ethics.

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Current policies

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Board composition

Chairperson

Maurice Lemelin
Professor Emeritus
Department of Human Resources Management
Telephone : 514 340-6691

Members

Anne Bourhis
Professor
Department of Human Resources Management
Gilles Caporossi
Professor
Department of Management Sciences
Jonathan Deschênes
Associate Professor
Department of Marketing
Gwyneth Edwards
Associate Professor
Department of International Business
Bernard Gauthier
Professor
Department of Applied Economics
JoAnne Labrecque
Associate Professor
Department of Marketing
Ann Langley
Professor
Department of Management
Julien Le Maux
Associate Professor
Department of Accounting Studies
Eric Lefrançois
Senior Officer, Research Grants and Ethics
Research and Knowledge Transfer Office
Jacques Lemay
Guest Professor
Department of Finance
Benoît Lussier
Senior Officer, Research Grants and Ethics
Research and Knowledge Transfer Office
Jorge H. Mejia
Associate Professor
Department of entrepreneurship and innovation
Suzanne Rivard
Professor
Department of Information Technologies
André Tchokogué
Associate Professor
Department of logistics and operations management
Pierre Trottier
Director, Legal Affairs Office and Authorities Secretariat
General Secretariat
Martine Vézina
Associate Professor
Department of Management

Community representatives

  • Christiane Lamarre
  • Daniel Tremblay

Representative of Ph.D. program students

  • Karl-Emanuel Dionne

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