- 2023-07-17 : Please note that during the summer period, the processing time for projects is extended.
- 2023-06-29: The online submission of your research projects is now operational. Once you are on the “Certify your research” page, you will need to log in with your ISIS identifier to access the online questionnaire (button “LOG IN WITH MY ISIS IDENTIFIER”). Your first connection will automatically create an account on our site. Please note that for research projects carried out by students (Masters and continuing education), the submission procedure remains unchanged (see section at the bottom of this page).
- 2023-06-08: Attestations of ethical compliance provided by CUREG are now valid for a maximum of 4 years from the date of the project acceptance message. During this period, you may submit requests for amendments (see FAQ-1) such as adding participants, changing the recruitment pool, or extending the validity date if the initial project period was less than 4 years.
University Commission for Ethical Research in Geneva
Certify the ethics of your research
CUREG2.0 is a university committee that advises its members – researchers and students who will be carrying out research work – on ethical issues relating to their research projects, to ensure that they are carried out in accordance with the principles of research ethics.
To submit your project, please click on the ‘Prepare my submission’ button.
Please note: for research projects carried out by students (Masters and continuing education), please go to the section below entitled: “Simplified ethics review procedure for Masters and/or continuing education projects”.
Ethical evaluation procedure for Masters and/or continuing education projects
CUREG2.0 has introduced a simplified evaluation procedure for student research projects (Masters and continuing education). Click on the ‘Start’ button for a description of the process and the appropriate form. The completed form should be sent to email@example.com
Training & news
CAS – Ethique, santé et environnement. Intégrer l’éthique dans la prise de décision
Publication – « Enjeux éthiques dans l’enquête en sciences sociales »
CUREG2.0’s main mission is to promote ethical research at the University of Geneva and to help researchers in that process.
CUREG2.0 is made up of representatives from each of the University’s departments and the relevant administrative teams within the Rectorate, as well as experts in areas such as environmental risks and military, security, political, and intelligence matters.
How we work
The potential risks that a research project poses will determine which certification procedure we follow.