ICREC and SETREC each meet once a month throughout the year to discuss College ethics applications.
The Committees' remit is any College study that will not utilise NHS premises, facilities or NHS patients or human tissue as defined under the Human Tissue Act (2004). Projects involving human tissue as defined by the Human Tissue Act (2004) fall outside the remit of ICREC. All research involving tissue must go through the HRA Research Ethics Service to be considered by one of their Research Ethics Committees.
All Imperial research involving tissue must be reviewed by the Imperial Tissue Bank.
|Sir Michael Dixon||Chair (Lay Member)|
|Professor Andrew Parry||Deputy Chair, College Consul (non clinical) Imperial College London|
|Vacancy||Imperial College London|
|Professor Jeff Kramer||Professor of Distributed Computing, Imperial College London|
|Mr Chris Brierley||(Lay Member)|
|Ms Biddy Passmore||(Lay Member)|
|Dr Christopher Mason||Student Representative|
|Chris Hughes (OBE)||Chair (Lay Member)|
|Dr Chris Watkins||Faculty Operating Officer (non clinical) Imperial College London|
|Dr Mirjam Tuk||Associate Professor of Marketing (non clinical) Imperial College London|
|Professor Marek Sergot||Professor of Computational Logic, Imperial College London|
|Dr Stephen Webster||Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London|
|Tessa Denning||(Lay Member)|
|Vivienne Kuh||(Lay Member)|
|Rebecca Mussell||(Lay Member)|