The University of Miami offers important guidance on policies and procedures that will help lead to ethical and accountable research practices. As an institution with the highest standards of research integrity, the University of Miami has an obligation to train researchers to conduct research responsibly. While education in the responsible conduct of research is furthered at all career stages, from student to experienced researcher, it is critical to develop a strong foundation at the earliest career stages upon which to build in the future.

The Faculty Manual outlines policies and procedures for issues related to allegations of academic misconduct, consulting and compensation for non-University activities, intellectual property issues, and much more.
Additionally, the has assembled a series of policies and procedures for researchers, including an Investigator Manual that shares information pertinent to ethical research practice.

The University of Miami uses PolicyStat as a repository for policies. Researchers should access PolicyStat to search or review research-related University Policies.

The Research Compass is a dynamic tool that guides researchers to the critical resources needed to make research and scholarship happen here at the University of Miami.

In order to comply with the University of Miami's conflict of interest (COI) and foreign influence (FI) policy, all Covered persons are required to complete training and disclose interests to the university.
The University of Miami ensures that all faculty and staff comply with federal and state guidelines concerning the use of animals in research and teaching through the Institutional Animal Care & Use Committee (IACUC).