Governance

Find out about DARE UK’s governance, including the Programme Board and the Scientific and Technical Advisory Group.

DARE UK Programme Board

The DARE UK Programme Board is a decision-making group responsible for overseeing the delivery, financial management and monitoring and evaluation of the DARE UK programme. It is also responsible for ensuring a coherent programme of activity and alignment with the wider activities of the UK Research and Innovation Digital Research Infrastructure Programme.

Members of the Programme Board include: Professor Patrick Chinnery, University of Cambridge (Chair); Professor Felix Ritchie, University of the West of England (Deputy Chair); Dr Ekaterini Blaveri, Medical Research Council (Secretariat); Angela Coulter, DARE UK Public Contributor; John Marsh, DARE UK Public Contributor; Dr Catherine Bromley, Economic and Social Research Council; Dr Mike Ball, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council; Dr Justin O’Byrne/Dr Richard Gunn, UK Research and Innovation; Professor David Ford, Swansea University (Chair of the DARE UK Scientific and Technical Advisory Group); Hans-Erik G. Aronson, Director of DARE UK Phase 1 (observer).

You can find the Terms and Reference and meeting minutes via the links below.

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DARE UK Scientific and Technical Advisory Group

The DARE UK Scientific and Technical Advisory Group (STAG) advises the DARE UK Programme Board and Director and brings wider cross-discipline and sector engagement to help identify strategic direction, highlighting challenges, insights and opportunities to the delivery of the Programme.

Members of the STAG include: Professor David Ford, Swansea University (Chair); Dr Claire Bloomfield, Centre for Improving Data Collaboration, NHSX; Professor David De Roure, University of Oxford; Professor Ben Goldacre, Bennett Institute for Applied Data Science; Professor Søren Holm, University of Manchester; Phil Kershaw, Centre for Environmental Data Analysis; Maisie McKenzie, DARE UK Public Contributor; Chris Monk, DARE UK Public Contributor; Professor Mark Parsons, University of Edinburgh; Professor Tom Rodden, UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport; Professor Elena Simperl, King’s College London.

You can find the Terms of Reference and meeting minutes via the links below.

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