The Research Committee is comprised of a group of elected experts who are committed to promoting the highest standards of research and clinical practice. It aims to ensure adherence to CIRSE’s research policy when conducting research projects.
Furthermore, the Committee helps to evaluate research proposals submitted by members of the society. Each proposal undergoes careful review to ensure it meets CIRSE’s rigorous ethical and scientific standards. The Committee will then provide feedback and guidance to help researchers refine their proposals and increase the chance of receiving external funding.
In addition to reviewing research proposals, the Committee develops and promotes research initiatives that are relevant to our members and the wider scientific community. CIRSE society aims to identify key research questions and work to encourage research projects that can make a meaningful impact in guidelines and the practice of Interventional Radiology.