The TIMESPAN project is structured in different boards. These boards have different tasks and ensure a steady improvement of scientific performance and high quality of TIMESPAN results.
Impact and Innovation Board (IIB)
The Impact and Innovation Board (IIB) will comprise a mix of junior and senior members of TIMESPAN, from academia and industry as well as patient organisations. The board will be supported by our Scientific Advisory Board to assist and provide input on efforts with regard to writing guidelines, consensus statements and reviews. The IIB designs a structured Communication and Outreach Plan for dissemination and the exploitation of the project’s results, monitors the steps being taken and oversees and evaluates the comprehensive internal and external dissemination of the project’s results and knowledge gain, together with the Project Management Office, WP9 and WP8.
Prof. Dr. Henrik Larsson
Prof. Dr. med. J. A. Ramos-Quiroga
Head of the Department of Psychiatry
Prof. Jonna Kuntsi
Dr. Kenneth Man
Dr. Kelli Lehto
Dr. Isabell Brikell
Ethics and Data Management Board (EDMB)
The Ethics and Data Management Board (EDMB) will oversee the implementation of the Ethics and Data management strategy. The EDMB will also ensure quality data management within TIMESPAN.
Prof. Ian Wong
Prof. Kari Klungsøyr
Dr. Ditte Demontis (PhD)
Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)
The Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) is a consultative body which is formed to ensure and improve the scientific performance and the quality of results of TIMESPAN. The SAB advises the General Assembly (GA) and the Project Management Office (PMO) upon request, and provides non-binding advice as decision making support. Members of the SAB do not have a right to vote, but are cordially invited to attend the annual GA meetings in order to monitor the progress within each work package, assess the scientific quality of the project, and provide critique, feedback and support.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Reif
Prof. J.J. Sandra Kooij (MD, PhD)
Prof. Dr. med. Alexandra Philipsen
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
University Hospital Bonn, Germany
Prof. Chris Hollis
Ad Hoc Advisors (AA)
The Ad Hoc Advisors give their input in TIMESPAN on an ad hoc basis.