The standing committees actively support specific society agendas as nominated by the Executive Committee. Chairpersons and members of the standing committees are elected by the CIRSE General Assembly. Their term of office is two years.
The Membership Committee is CIRSE’s advisory body in charge of reviewing and approving applications for individual CIRSE membership and fellowship, as outlined in CIRSE’s articles of association. Learn more about CIRSE membership.
The Research Committee is the Society’s advisory body in charge of providing knowledge and expertise in the field of interventional radiology research. In this role, the Research Committee makes recommendations on strategic questions and identifies priority areas for future society-led research initiatives. Learn more about CIRSE’s research activities.
|Robert Luigi Cazzato|
|Fernando Gómez Muñoz|
|Anna Maria Ierardi|
|Ulf K. M. Teichgräber|
|Thomas J. Vogl|
Standards of Practice Committee
The Standards of Practice Committee is responsible for contributing to and overseeing the creation of the CIRSE Standards of Practice documents that assist IRs in their daily practice and help improve the quality of interventional radiological patient care. Learn more about CIRSE’s Standards of Practice documents.