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OECI Accreditation and Designation Group

The representatives of the Accreditation and Designation Board (A&D Board) since January 2016:
  • Simon Oberst (chair), Director of Clinical Development, Cambridge Cancer Centre, Cambridge, UK,
  • Mahasti Saghatchian, Medical Oncologist, Institute Gustave Roussy, Villejuif, France,
  • Wim van Harten, Board Director, Rijnstate, Arnhem, The Netherlands,
  • Paolo di Paoli, Scientific Director, Centro di Riferimento Oncologico - Istituto Nazionale Tumori, Aviano, Italy,
  • Peter Nagy, Director of international relations and head of molecular immunology and toxicity department, National Institute of Oncology, Budapest, Hungary


Claudio Lombardo (OECI Director) and Gunnar Saeter (Chair of the A&D Committee) are invited members to the A&D Board without voting right.

The representatives of the A&D Management Unit
  • Marjet Docter, OECI A&D manager/coordinator, The Comprehensive Cancer Centre The Netherlands, IKNL
  • Harriët Blaauwgeers, OECI A&D coordinator, The Comprehensive Cancer Centre The Netherlands, IKNL
  • Willien Westerhuis, OECI A&D coordinator, The Comprehensive Cancer Centre The Netherlands, IKNL
  • Kelly O'Reilly, A&D Secretary, Cambridge Cancer Centre, Cambridge, UK


A&D Committee:
  • Gunnar Seater (chair), Professor and Institute Head, Institute for Cancer Research, Oslo University Hospital Norwegian Radium Hospital,
  • Jean Benoit Burrion, Deputy Medical Director Institute Jules Bordet, Brussels, Belgium,
  • József Lövey, Radiotherapist, National Institute of Oncology Budapest, Hungary,
  • Rui Silva, Internist and Quality Manager, IPO Coimbra, Portugal,
  • Henk Hummel, Senior Advisor, The Comprehensive Cancer Centre The Netherlands, IKNL,
  • Petri Bono, Director Comprehensive Cancer Center Helsinki, Sweden,
  • Gunnar Folprecht, Medical Oncologist, University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus Dreden, Germany.


The Committee is coordinated by Harriët Blaauwgeers, OECI A&D coordinator, The Comprehensive Cancer Centre The Netherlands, IKNL.
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