Besides an Advisory Board and a Board of Trustees, the Program has a Committee that helps the Direction to organize it, in its day-to-day functioning



Marie-France Sagot ,l INRIA, France (Program Director)
Jorge Carneiro, IGC, Oeiras (Program Deputy-Director)
Luis Rocha, Indiana University, USA (Collaboratorium Director)

Scientific and Pedagogic Advisory Board

The Composition of the Advisory Board is
to be defined by the Board of Trustees.
It will be available soon.

Program Committee

Jonas de Almeida MUSC, USA
Rui Alves , UC Davis, USA
António Baptista , ITQB, Oeiras
José Bártholo Pereira Leal , MRC, UK
Pedro Coutinho , IGC, Oeiras
Francisco Dionísio, IGC, Oeiras
José Faro, IGC, Oeiras
Ana Teresa Freitas , IST and INESC, Lisbon
Gabriela Gomes, IGC, Oeiras
Isabel Gordo , IGC, Oeiras
Paulo Martel , ITQB, Oeiras and University of Algarve
Eduardo Rocha , Pasteur Institut, France
Claúdio Soares , ITQB, Oeiras
Raquel Tavares, University of Lyon, France

Organs and Committees

The Program has a Board of Trustees and a Scientific and Pedagogic Advisory Board, as specified in the Convention signed by the three Patrons: Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, SIEMENS SA Portugal, and Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.

The Board of Trustees will follow the operation of the Program and will ensure that its goals are fulfilled. To this end the Board of Trustees will appoint committees of external expert evaluators that will regularly assess the quality of the Program. Scientific and pedagogic advise both to the Program Direction and to the Board of Trustees is of the responsibility of the Scientific and Pedagogic Advisory Board. For details on the duties and functions of these two Boards see an extract of the Convention here.

Internal Program Committee

Besides these Boards created in the context of the Convention signed by the Patrons, the Program has an Internal Program Committee, composed of experts in computational biology who are aware of the portuguese scientific community and who were invited by the Direction to overview the general planning of the Program, offering criticisms and suggestions for its improvement. To this purpose, the members of the advisory committee may have access to every document referring to the Program and its management, are invited to the retreats organized during the Program, and have the possibility to privately interview the students and instructors.