Associate Vice President for Research – Integrity and Compliance
As the associate vice president for research – integrity and compliance, Dr. Jacqueline Jeruss leads university wide efforts around research policy and compliance. She provides oversight and management of multiple safeguard units within the Office of the Vice President for Research, including Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarship, Conflict of Interest, Research Security, International Engagement and Export Controls. Dr. Jeruss also serves as the university’s Institutional Research Integrity Officer, which includes overseeing, investigating and addressing research misconduct.
Dr. Jeruss, who joined U-M in 2014, will maintain her role as associate dean for regulatory affairs at the Medical School, where she is a professor of surgery, pathology and biomedical engineering.
She received her medical degree from the University of Vermont. Dr. Jeruss then completed her surgical training and Ph.D. at Northwestern University, followed by fellowship training at the MD Anderson Cancer Center.