The University of Kansas Medical Center participates in annual reporting of conflicts of interest in order to comply with Federal regulations and Kansas Board of Regents' policy and to ensure the integrity of our research programs.
KUMC encourages innovation by faculty and staff to fulfill our mission of delivering new knowledge and biotechnologies for public benefit. Conflict of interest oversight contributes to our unquestioned commitment to scientific objectivity and to the safety of our research volunteers as we develop potentially profitable discoveries.
Please note: The KUMC Conflict of Interest reporting obligation is separate and distinct from the requirement to file a State of Kansas Statement of Substantial Interests (KS SSI) with the Kansas Secretary of State. More information about the KS SSI is available on the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission Web site.