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  • Augé Fradera, Josep Maria

    IFCC - Scientific Division: Fecal Immunochemical Testing Working Group (WG - FIT) (full member)

    Terms of Reference

    • To harmonise and/or standardise analysis of haemoglobin in faecal samples by immunochemistry (FIT)
    • To standardise the pre-analytical phase
    • To establish EQA and 3rd party IQC programmes
    • To determine impact of assay interference of Hb variants and other factors
    • To determine the feasibility of developing reference materials and/or commutable calibrators
  • Caballé Martín, Imma

    IFCC - SEQC representative

  • Canalias Reverter, Francesca

    IFCC - Scientific Division (SD): Traceability in laboratory Medicine Commitee (C-TLC) (full member)

    Terms of Reference

    • To support activities regarding Traceability in Laboratory Medicine, permitting IFCC to continue its international role in this area and providing an operating link between the SD and the WGs of the Joint Committee on Traceability in Laboratory Medicine (JCTLM), concerning identification of reference measurement procedures, reference materials and reference laboratories.
    • To support reference laboratories in the context of complete reference systems (accepted reference measurement procedures of higher order, reference materials, and reference laboratories) by establishing an External Quality Assessment Scheme (EQAS) for reference laboratories in order to monitor their competence.
    • To promote establishment and maintenance of IFCC reference laboratory networks for clinically relevant measurands (e.g. the IFCC HbA1c network)
  • Chueca Rodriguez, Mª Patrocinio

    IFCC Communications and Publications Division (CPD): Ibero-American Nomenclature and Translations Working Group (WG-IANT) (full member)

    Terms of Reference:

    • Organise and manage the Ibero-American corner on the web site Editorial Board of the e-journal "Diagnostico in vitro" (edited by M. Monserrat Blanes G)
    • Produce Spanish and Portuguese terminological documents
    • Produce Spanish and Portuguese translations of IFCC documents
    • Produce Spanish and Portuguese informative and educational documents
  • Cocho de Juan, José Ángel

    IFCC Scientific Division: Clinical Quantitative Mass Spectrometry Proteomics Working group (WG-cMSP) (full member)

    Current Projects

    • Evaluate different procedures to collect, fractionate/enzymatic digest biological samples prior to quantitative mass spectrometry analysis.
    • Evaluate the multi-site implementation of different quantitative mass spectrometry analysis including: the detection of hepcidin and the multiplex detection of proteins in blood, with a specific focus on apolipoproteins.
    • Coordination with other proteomics intiatives (HUPO/EuPA, FP7.. ) in particular regarding mass spectrometry based quantitative assays.
  • Gella Tomas, Francisco Javier

    IFCC - Scientific Division (SD): Reference Systems of Enzymes Committee (C-RSE) (member)

    Current Projects

    • Development of a reference measurement procedure for Pancreatic Lipase
    • A recertification campaign for a primary reference material for LD, CK and ALT by the network in cooperation with IRMM
    • A certification campaign for a primary reference material for ALP by the network in cooperation with IRMM
  • Giménez Gómez, Nuria

    IFCC Education and Management Division: Evidence-Based Laboratory Medicine Committe (member of the C-EBLM Comitee)

    Aims

    The main aim of the website of the Committee on Evidence-based Laboratory Medicine (C-EBLM) of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) is to disseminate information about Evidence-based Laboratory Medicine (EBLM) in general, and about the activities of the C-EBLM, in particular.

    Our general objective is to encourage the IFCC community to get more involved in the education and practice of evidence-based laboratory medicine. Key objectives are to provide:

    • general information on the state of the art of EBLM,
    • specific information on the methodology and tools for practising EBLM,
    • a database or links to databases which contain evidence-based information related to the specific field of laboratory medicine,
    • educational materials to support EBLM training,
    • information on C-EBLM related events and activities.
  • Marqués García, Fernando

    Task Force Young Scientists



    Objectives:

    • To identify young scientists amongst IFCC Full and Corporate Members
    • To use modern information technology to establish formal and informal networks to facilitate the communication between young scientists who are involved in laboratory medicine.
    • To link with national society young scientist initiatives.
    • To encourage young scientists to share experience of laboratory medicine and other healthcare practice around the world
    • To disseminate and promote innovation and high quality scientific and clinical practice standards
    • To facilitate opportunities for young scientists to train in modern, state of the art laboratory practice
    • To enable young scientists to participate in scientific, clinical and educational meetings and other learning sessions
    • To encourage young scientists to participate in national and international programmes to promote the essential contribution of laboratory medicine to healthcar
    • To make young scientists aware of the existence and role of IFCC and to encourage their participation in IFCC activities
    • To assure the future of IFCC through the identification of young scientists who may develop into future experts capable of leading IFCC Divisions, Committees and Working Groups and becoming IFCC Officers
  • Merino González, Anna

    IFCC Communications and Publications Division (CPD): Internet and eLearning Committee (C I-eL) (corresponding member).

    Terms of Reference:

    • This committee is responsible for the coordination, maintenance and improvement of the IFCC website and for supporting the EMD through the creation and promotion of web-based e-learning and educational activities.
    • The committee promotes a multidisciplinary approach to patient care by obtaining educational material, making it available on the web site and by providing links to other relevant resources.
  • Molano Mateos, Jesús

    IFCC - Scientific Division (SD): Molecular Diagnostic Committee (C-MD) (corresponding member)

    Terms of reference

    • To foster dynamic exchanges between IFCC and molecular diagnostic laboratories and industry
    • To produce guidelines on clinical validation of tests, conduct and reporting of molecular diagnostic tests
    • Creation of a network of locus-specific IFCC Molecular Diagnostics Centres
  • Oliver Sáez, Paloma

    IFCC Task Forces/Special Projects: Task Force on Point of Care Testing (TF-POCT) (Corresponding member)

    Terms of Reference:

    • To promote quality in the use, performance, interpretation and reporting of POCT across the full spectrum of clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine
    • To create a forum for high level discussion on a wide range of POCT related topics
    • To provide international leadership for developing the clinical practice of POCT in Laboratory Medicine.
  • Ordoñez Llanos, Jordi
  • Padró Miquel, Ariadna

    Nomenclature, Properties and Units (C-NPU) in collaboration with International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).

    Terms of Reference

    • To continuously provide advice in relation to the management, updating and publishing of NPU terminology.
    • To make recommendations on NPU for reporting clinical laboratory data that conform to or adapt current standards of authoritative organizations, and that will improve their utilization for health care.
    • To provide a connection with other organizations concerned with NPU, such as the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM), the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and, by extension, clinical laboratory sciences societies, such as the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), and the in vitro diagnostics industry, to ensure that problems encountered by health care professionals in the area of NPU are considered by those organizations.
    • To act as a consultant group on NPU in clinical chemistry and, by extension, in the rest of clinical laboratory sciences to international scientific panels, regional and national clinical laboratory sciences organizations, editors of scientific journals, manufacturers of clinical laboratory instrumentation and products, and to individual clinical laboratory professionals and other health care professionals.
    • To report and offer advice to the SD Chair and the SD Executive Committee on matters concerning NPU in all its aspects (all items above).
  • Ventura Alemany, Montserrat