Stacey Springs, PhD serves as the Research Integrity Officer for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applies Sciences. In this capacity, she supports the work of the Committee on Professional Conduct and the review of allegations of research misconduct. She also leads efforts to promote research integrity through education and training initiatives, including the Responsible Conduct of Research course.
Prior to joining RAS, Stacey was a public health researcher within the Brown University School of Public Health. In addition to her training in health services research and evidence synthesis methods, she completed an AHRQ K12 Career Development Award in Comparative Effectiveness Research and Patient Centered Outcomes Research at Brown University and a fellowship in Bioethics at Harvard Medical School. At Harvard, she combines her meta-research expertise and bioethics training to support institutional policies to improve the integrity, rigor, reproducibility and ethical conduct of research.