SCIENTIFIC DIRECTORATE IRE
There is an organizational structure specifically for research and development in oncology which culminates in the office of the Scientific Director
The Scientific Director to accomplish his goals is supported by the Scientific Directorate Offices:
The Secretariat office handle administrative documents for fund management: purchases, payments, missions, reimbursements, collaboration agreements between various entities, fellowships, self-employments and frequencies for various reasons. Collaborate with the organization of scientific events, seminars, national conferences and travels organization. Supports the Scientific Director organizing meeting. In the Scientific office is active a linguistic revision service and official documents translation. This office proceed to protocol official institutional documents and authorization request from research personnel with the Folium Protocol.
The activities of the IRE GO are: communication, promotion, support and centralization of project submission procedures. The GO manages and coordinates all project submission activities with the aim of promoting productivity and competitiveness of research. Every year on average the GO supports and coordinates more than 100 applications to competitive grants, Furthermore, the GO helps coordinating the generation of the yearly report of research productivity to the Ministry of Health.
Clinical Trials Monitoring Office
Provides support during the activation, management, reporting and data processing of clinical trials; manages IRE clinical database trials/SMART clinical trials platform; generates the yearly report of clinical research activity (number of active clinical trials, number of patients involved, etc.) to the Ministry of Health (Research Workflow).
The publications office collaborates with the Library, in the initial phase of manuscript submission, provides support to researches with a continuous monitoring, manages the manuscripts information by giving bureaucratic-administrative and economic information. The publications office invites researchers to deposit the raw-data linked to publications eligibility for the ministerial funding and guides the researchers to use a scientific integrity analysis service to avoid falsification and plagiarism.