Our Partners

The i-CONSENT consortium includes 7 partners from 4 countries including academia, research centres, industry, patient organizations and small and medium-sized enterprises. The nature of the consortium allows including the perspectives of all interested parties in the project’s approach.

 

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Independent Ethical and Advisory Board

i-CONSENT counts on an Ethical Advisory Board (EAB), an independent body that advises the project Consortium and
facilitates, builds upon and complements existing oversight regimes by competent
ethical and legal authorities.

The EAB is invited to the project meetings, consulted when specific ethical issues may benefit from their counsel, and periodically informed about the scientific progress of the project. The members of the EAB are named by the Steering Committee and provide non-binding advice as decision making support to the Steering Committee.

Oana Falup

Oana Falup

Member of the i-CONSENT EAB

Lecturer on Pediatrics at the Faculty of Medicine, Transilvania University. Her main scientific interest is in the field of respiratory infections, particularly pneumococcal and Haemophilus influenzae infections and their pathogenesis, clinical implications and prevention by vaccines. She organized several international teaching courses with the participation of prominent researchers in pediatric infectious diseases. Currently, she is working as. She is member of the WSPID, ESPID and the European Society for Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. She spent training periods in pediatric infectious diseases in Israel, Netherlands, Japan, UK.

Johannes J M Van Delden

Johannes J M Van Delden

Member of the i-CONSENT EAB

He is a full professor of medical ethics at the Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care of the medical school of Utrecht University. Ever since working as a house office at an intensive care ward he is highly interested in medical ethics.  Also, he was one of the principal researchers of the study of medical decisions concerning the end of life for the Remmelink committee. He was secretary of the International Association of Bioethics. After his education as a nursing home physician he has worked in several nursing homes for 15 years (until May 2011). His special fields of interest are: research ethics, moral problems at the end of life and moral problems in the care for the elderly.

Marta Albert Márquez

Marta Albert Márquez

Member of the i-CONSENT EAB

She is a full professor of Philosophy of Law  and Director of the Master’s Degree in Bioethics at the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. She is also associate editor of the journal Cuadernos de Bioética and academic corresponding to the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation.
She coordinates the StreetLaw-Service Learning program at Rey Juan Carlos University and participates in several projects, conduction of thesis and many publications and conferences.