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Ethics Policies and Committees

The University's Ethics Committees

Download the University of Luxembourg Policy on Ethics in Research.

Ethics Review Panel (ERP)

The Ethics Review Panel evaluates the ethical aspects of research projects carried out at the University to ensure that ethical considerations are met and good scientific practices are followed.

Any research involving human participants, human biological material, personal data, or potentially harmful and/or irreversible changes to the environment, and which is prepared, conducted or published by or with the support of its Faculty, staff, junior researchers, students, or visitors, requires ethics approval before any relevant research activity takes place.

The ERP does not address suspected or alleged cases of misconduct in scientific research, which are handled by the Luxembourg Agency for Research Integrity (LARI), contact: secretarygeneral@lari.lu

Special conditions apply to Bachelor and Master student work (see Guidelines below).

For contact and submission please use this email:



Useful documents

- ERP Policies

- Research Ethics Guidelines (under review)

Ethics Application Form 2020

- Consent Form & Consent Form (elaborated)


Administrative support:

  • Carole Daguillon (Secretary)
  • Tatia MCHEDLISHVILI (Student Assistant)

Meetings and application deadlines 2022

ERP Meeting 12 January 2022
Application Deadline Friday, 17 December 2021 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 16 February 2022
Application Deadline Friday, 14 January 2022 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 16 March 2022
Application Deadline Friday, 18 February 2022 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 13 April 2022
Application Deadline Friday, 18 March 2022 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 11 May 2022
Application Deadline Friday, 15 April 2022 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 15 June 2022
Application Deadline Friday, 13 May 2022 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 05 July 2022
Application Deadline Friday , 10 June 2022 until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 14th September 2022 - postponed to the 22nd September 2022
Application Deadline Friday 12th August until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 12th October 2022
Application Deadline Monday 12th September until 5:00PM

ERP Meeting 17th November 2022 - postponed to the 22nd November 2022
Application Deadline Thursday 20th October 2022 until 5:00 PM

ERP Meeting 15th December 2022
Application Deadline Tuesday 15th November until 5:00 PM

ERP Meeting 12th January 2023
Application Deadline Friday 9th December until 5:00 PM


 For further information, please refer on the uni.lu Intranet (accessible via VPN).


Animal Experimentation Ethics Committee (AEEC)

The Animal Experimentation Ethics Committee is involved in drawing up the research policy on animal experimentation which is adopted by the Board of Governors. It examines and delivers an opinion on projects that use animals for scientific purposes. The AEEC must ensure that the use of animals for research and teaching at the University is compliant with the amended Grand-Ducal Regulation of 11 January 2013 on the protection of animals used for scientific purposes and the Act of 27 June 2018 on the protection of animals. The species concerned are those cited in the afore-mentioned Grand-Ducal Regulation, namely vertebrate animals and cephalopods.

For any planned experimentation, the AEEC ensures that the use of animals is justified, that their well-being is guaranteed and that the principles of replacement, reduction and refinement (the “3 Rs”) are applied.

To this end, the AEEC delivers an opinion on any projects carried out at the University involving the use of animals for experimental or other scientific purposes.

Contact for the transmission of the applications:



Useful documents

Application forms

Interesting links


  1. Elisabeth LETELLIER, FSTC-UNI​ (Chair)
  2. Djalil COOWAR, LCSB-UNI (Vice Chair & Category D)
  3. Jennifer BEHM, Veterinarian UNI (Category A)
  4. Tony HEURTAUX, FSTC-UNI (Category B)
  5. Arno GUTLEB, LIST (Category B)
  6. Anthoula GAIGNEAUX, FSTC-UNI (Category B)​
  7. Paula SOUZA, FSTC-UNI (Category C)​
  8. Véronique BRICHE​​, LCSB-UNI (Category C)
  9. Maria Lorena CORDERO MALDONADO, LCSB-UNI (Daily Care)
  10. Jochen SCHNEIDER, LCSB-UNI (Category B)


Myriam Fauconnier

Committee meetings 2021

The AEEC meets every month. Please find below the dates of the committee meeting:

  • 26 January 2022 /
  • 23 February 2022 date limite pour applications : 2 February, midi
  • 23 March 2022 date limite pour applications : 2 March, midi
  • 27 April 2022 date limite pour applications : 6 April, midi
  • 25 May 2022 date limite pour applications : 4 May, midi
  • 22 June 2022 date limite pour applications : 1 June, midi
  • 27 July 2022 date limite pour applications : 6 July, midi
  • 24 August 2022 date limite pour applications : 3 August, midi
  • 28 September 2022 date limite pour applications : 7 September, midi
  • 26 October 2022 date limite pour applications : 5 October, midi
  • 30 November 2022 date limite pour applications : 9 November, midi
  • 21 December 2022 date limite pour applications : 30 November, midi


Ethics Advisory Committee (CCE)

Under creation.

  • Investigates and advises on ethical issues involved in the activities of the university community upon request of the conseil universitaire or the rectorate;
  • Addresses complaints, e.g. by conducting inquiries and investigations into suspected or alleged discrimination or harassment of its faculty, staff, students and visitors;
  • Members: n/a

Contact: cce@uni.lu



Luxembourg Agency for Research Integrity (LARI)

Established in 2016 (LARI_Statuts-RCS), the Luxembourg Agency for Research Integrity (LARI) is the national agency promoting and investigating research integrity in Luxembourg.

The mission of LARI is two-fold:

  • To promote responsible conduct of research;
  • To ensure an independent inquiry and investigation in cases of alleged scientific misconduct.