Committee Chairs

 

CTN committees meet to review protocols, monitor trials in progress, set priorities and debate policy. They also advise the Steering Committee to ensure that all trials maintain the highest scientific and ethical standards. Committee members are bound by strict rules of confidentiality. In addition to its standing committees, the CTN has a number of ad hoc committees and working groups on topics such as ethics review, postdoctoral fellowships, international research, and cohort studies. For more information about CTN committees please see our Committees page.

 

Dr. Jean-Pierre Routy

Chair – Steering Committee Committee

Dr. Roy (Trip) Gulick

Chair – External Advisory Committee

Shari Margolese

Chair – Community Advisory Committee

Dr. Anita Rachlis

Chair – Postdoctoral Fellowship Adjudication Committee

Dr. Stephen Shafran

Chair – Data Safety Monitoring Committee

Dr. Lehana Thabane

Chair – Scientific Review Committee

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