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The Research Management & Innovation Directorate is King's dedicated support function for every aspect of research funding and research activity.
The Directorate is led by Martin Kirk, who is responsible for its work across the university. Martin leads teams that manage:
Martin works with the Vice-Principals, ensuring that the university maintains and develops relationships and research partnerships with funding organisations both domestically and internationally.
Martin leads the university's work on capital funding bids, and manages the King's investment in research, whether via the research environment, researchers, or professional services support. The Directorate provides comprehensive research management and administration.
It comprises central functions in the following areas: research development, research policy, research students and research staff development, research ethics and integrity, research information systems, award management, contract negotiation, enterprise support, knowledge exchange and knowledge transfer partnerships, consultancy services, intellectual property management, clinical trials management, audit and compliance.
The Directorate includes dedicated campus offices for research support for Arts & Sciences and for the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine. All work done by RMID follows the Athena SWAN charter guidance, which helps King's to identify best practice for the working environment of all staff, not just women, working in science disciplines.
The team is responsible for the following main areas:
Mark is head of the Research Information Systems team, and leads on the business development of systems and processes to provide accurate and up-to-date data to inform all staff involved with research management. He is also involved in a number of groups, both nationally and internationally, which look at the strategic development of research information and systems, and was heavily involved in the university submission to both RAE 2008 and REF 2014. Mark joined King's in 1998 and worked in IT on research systems for a number of years, before joining RMID in 2013. our courses please contact us using the details below
Nick is the RMID Training Lead
David provides support for two systems, Inteum and Worktribe. Inteum is the University's database for Intellectual Property and Centre for Doctoral Studies Studentships. Worktribe is the University's Research Management Costing and Approval Tool which David supports along with Mike Salmon. David joined King's in January 2013. Before that, he worked as the IP Officer at the University of Surrey, where he helped to manage the University's Intellectual Property.
Bonnie is responsible for reporting and analysis of various aspects of the research grants and income process. This includes contributing to external reports made by the college about income and other aspects of research funding. Bonnie has worked at King’s for over 7 years in several research roles in departments including King’s Centre for Military Health Research, Physics and Pre-award.
Mike is the system administrator for Worktribe, the University's Research Management Costing and Approval Tool which Mike supports along with David McCallum.Before joining the Research Information System Team in October 2013 he worked in the directorate of Students and Education.
Bill provide support for the research component of the SITS student database and research degree business processes. Bill joined King's in 2004 and worked in the Student Data Analysis department until 2008. Since then he has working on system development and support for research degree students at King's.
Jo supports the PURE system, providing user support and training and working on enhancement and development projects. Jo joined King's in 2000, working first in the School of Arts & Humanities and then in the School of Social Science of Public Policy.
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