The IIB Sant Pau has the following organizational structure:
• Steering Committee
• Executive Committee
• Clinical Research Ethics Committee
• Animal Experimentation Ethics Committee
The Steering Committee is the highest governing body of the IIB Sant Pau. Its main function is to control and monitor compliance with the foundational agreement of the IIB Sant Pau.
The Steering Committee is composed of representatives of all the bodies that make up the IIB Sant Pau, as follows:
The functions of the Executive Committee are as follows:
The Executive Committee is currently composed as follows:
The Scientific Director manages, coordinates and fosters IIB Sant Pau research activities and is responsible for executing and enforcing resolutions of the governance bodies in matters within his/her powers.
The Scientific Director is President of the Internal Scientific Committee, Secretary of the External Scientific Committee and Scientific Director of the HSCSP-IR.
The Scientific Director has the following functions:
The foundational agreement of the IIB Sant Pau states that the management body of the IIB Sant Pau is the HSCSP-IR..
The Internal Scientific Committee is responsible for fostering and coordinating the scientific activities of the IIB Sant Pau.
In fulfilling its mission, it has the following functions:
The Internal Scientific Committee is composed of the following members:
The External Scientific Committee is responsible for validating the Internal Scientific Committee members, who ultimately will be appointed by the governing body in the event of any disagreement. The President shall appoint a secretary from among the members.
See here for the current composition of the Internal Scientific Committee.
The governing body of the IIB Sant Pau is responsible for appointing an External Scientific Committee to oversee scientific quality and to advise the Director of the IIB Sant Pau (its secretary) regarding the performance of his/her functions.
The External Scientific Committee must be informed of the content of the proposed strategic research plan prior to its approval by the Executive Committee, of the proposed members of the Internal Scientific Committee and of the content of the annual report. It is responsible for making recommendations regarding policy and management of resources.
The members of the External Scientific Committee are appointed by the governing body for a term of four years, renewable indefinitely for the same period.
The system governing calls, constitution and adoption of resolutions is determined by its internal regulations.
See here for the composition of the External Scientific Committee.
Last update: 11 de October de 2019