Tracy Wilson-Holden, MA

Assistant Vice President
Research Integrity Officer
Adjunct Instructor
Department of Bioethics
School of Medicine

Tracy Wilson-Holden has been with the Case Western Reserve University Office of Research Administration since 2005. She is the university’s research integrity officer. She directs the human subjects research and responsible conduct of research training programs, as well as oversees the work of the Conflict of Interests committee and the Research Security Program. Tracy is an adjunct instructor in the Department of Bioethics, teaching the graduate course “On Being a Professional Scientist.” She serves as vice president of the national organization the Association of Research Integrity Officers (ARIO). In addition, she was the principal investigator of a federal grant from the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) and continues to collaborate with the agency to develop training programs and educational events for the national research integrity community. 

She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication science and disorders and a master’s degree in audiology, both from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to working in Research Administration, Tracy spent 11 years working as an intraoperative neurophysiologist in a private practice in Northeast Ohio and at Washington University in St. Louis.