Other Bodies

According to the FMH Statutes, the “Other Bodies of the FMH” are:

Coordination Council

The Coordination Council is a Body that assists the President in the current management of the Faculty.
The Coordination Council assists the President in all the issues related to the current management of the Faculty, ensuring the articulation with the different governance bodies.

Composition

  • FMH President (Chair)
  • Chair of the Scientific Board
  • Chair of the Pedagogical Board
  • The President may still call for meetings, whenever the issues under discussion justify it:
    • Chairs of the Departments
    • Coordinators of the Autonomous Sections
    • Vice-Presidents of the Governance Bodies
    • Others
Ethics Council

The Ethics Council (CEFMH) is one of the Bodies of the Faculty and “when consulted, it is independent from the other bodies of FMH to issue advises about all the research activities.”

Composition

  • Pedro Jorge do Amaral de Melo Teixeira (President)
  • Paulo Alexandre Silva Armada da Silva (Vice-President)
  • Ana Isabel A. Nascimento Rodrigues de Melo
  • Analiza Mónica Lopes Almeida Silva
  • Augusto Gil Brites de Andrade Pascoal
  • Maria Margarida Nunes Gaspar de Matos
  • Paula Marta Pereira Bruno
  • Maria Celeste Rocha Simões (alternate member)
  • Hermínio Barreto (alternate member)

Contacts

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Site: http://www.fmh.ulisboa.pt/pt/instituicao/conselho-de-etica

 

Academic Staff and Researchers Council

The Academic Staff and Researchers Council is an advisory Body of the Scientific Board, and consists of all the contracted academic staff and researchers. It may be consulted, without binding nature, in all the issues the Scientific Board requires its opinion.

Departments

The Departments are Bodies that have the mission to create and convey high quality knowledge in their scientific domain and similar areas. They are responsible for the organization of programs and projects of scientific and pedagogical, and scientific and technological nature, as well as for the management of the human and material resources required to pursue their mission. They are constituted by a group of no less than 20 Ph.D.’s.

FMH has got two Departments:

Autonomous Sections

The Autonomous Sections are Bodies that have the mission to create and convey high quality knowledge in their scientific domain and similar areas. They are responsible for the organization of programs and projects of scientific and pedagogical, and scientific and technological nature, as well as for the management of the human and material resources required to pursue their mission. Due to their scientific specificity, they are constituted by a group of no less than 20 Ph.D.’s.

FMH has got two Autonomous Sections:

Coordinating Council for Scientific Education/Training

The Coordinating Council for Scientific Education/Training assists the Scientific Board, particularly in issues related to the 3rd Cycle and Post-Doctoral Programs. It consists of the Chair of the Scientific Board, the members of this Board integrating its Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Commission, the coordinators and adjunct coordinators of each Doctoral Program, and the coordinators of the corresponding specialization.

The Coordinating Council for Scientific Education/Training is responsible for proposing common regulations and procedures, namely as for the applicants’ selection criteria, the evaluation of course units and thesis, as well as the preparation of common course units.

Coordinating Council for Initial and Professional Training

The Coordinating Council for Initial and Professional Training assists the Pedagogical Board, particularly in issues related to the 1st Cycle and 2nd Continuing Cycle, and is composed by all the Course Coordinators and Adjunct Coordinators.

Coordinating Council for Continuing and Specialized Education

The Coordinating Council for Continuing and Specialized Education assists the Pedagogical Board, particularly in issues related to the 2nd Cycle, and Post-graduations non-Degree awarding, and is composed by all the Course Coordinators and Adjunct Coordinators.

Erasmus Incoming