Advisory Boards

Expert panels to ensure excellence, trial safety, data quality and impact

Scientific and Ethical Advisory Board (SEAB)

The SEAB is a consultative body, which is formed to ensure and improve the scientific performance and the quality of results of GO-DS21. The members of the SEAB will be invited to the annual GA meetings in order to monitor the progress of work, to assess the scientific quality and to give feedback to the consortium members, but without a right to vote. The SEAB will also consider and mention any ethical issues which might require (more) attention in their feedback. Specific tasks for the ethics experts of the SEAB: A report by the independent Ethics Advisory Board will be submitted as a deliverable at month 12 and the end of each reporting period.

Three renowned experts from relevant scientific fields will be part of the GODS-21 Scientific and Ethical Advisory Board:

Prof. Ségolène Aymé

Committee of Ethics and Deontology - Institut du Cerveau/Paris Brain Institute, Hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière (Paris, FRANCE)
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Prof. Mary McCarron

Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, and Chair of Ageing and Intellectual Disability at Trinity College Dublin (Dublin, IRELAND)
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Dr. Lluis Montoliu

National Centre for Biotechnology CNB-CSIC (Madrid, SPAIN)
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