IPSO will send out periodic emails to IPSO members when volunteers for committees are needed. Members may also contact IPSO to express interest in joining a committee.
Role: The IPSO officers constitute the IPSO Executive Committee (EC), responsible for carrying out the duties of the full IPSO Board of Directors when it is not in session. The EC meets weekly with the IPSO administrative team to oversee the operations of the organization. The EC also oversees the work of the other IPSO committees.
President: Heather Fullerton; San Francisco, United States
Vice-President & Chair, Board of Directors: Adam Kirton; Calgary, Canada
Secretary & Treasurer: Lori Jordan; Nashville, United States
Expression of Interest
Are you interested in joining a committee? If so, please Email Us with the following information:
- Committee(s) you are particularly interested in, in order of preference
- Your nationality and specialty (we are aiming for diverse representation—international and multidisciplinary)
- Are you interested in chairing a committee? Every committee chair automatically becomes a member of the IPSO Steering Committee.
- Anything special about your background or experience that would be relevant to a particular committee?
Role: The purpose of the IPSO Steering Committee (SC) is to set the overall direction and priorities of the organization and to create and coordinate the IPSO subcommittees and working groups. The SC will be a “Board Committee” as defined in Article V, Section 1, of the IPSO, Inc., Bylaws. Members of the SC include the directors of the IPSO Board (including the IPSO officers), the Chairs of the IPSO Committees and Subspecialty Councils, the IPSS Scientific Director, and the IPSO and IPSS Administrative Directors.
Role: Work with IPSO central staff to oversee IPSO communications such as the IPSO blog and twitter feed. Vet content submitted by IPSO members (such as blog posts), generate new ideas for IPSO communication (such as monthly themes for the blog/tweets), and help generate new content as needed.
Chair: Jenny Wilson; Portland, United States
Co-chair: Peter Sporns; Münster, Germany
Subspecialty Council Chairs
Role: Each subspecialty with sufficient membership in IPSO will have its own Council. The Council includes all IPSO members with the same subspecialty. In the inaugural year, the IPSO EC will name the chair of each subspecialty committee. IPSO will call upon Councils to help achieve IPSO’s goals as needed. IPSO will also support Councils as they identify their own goals and objectives.
IPSO has only named one Subspecialty Council Chairs thus far. We will continue to identify chairs over the next few months. Contact us if you have any suggestions for your subspecialty.
- Interventional Neuroradiology (INR): Darren Orbach; Boston, United States
Role: Identify priorities for educational materials for medical providers and patients/families; work with IPSO central staff and volunteers to create content and establish theme-based working groups as needed (such as stroke rehabilitation or brain vascular malformations). This committee will not address issues related to training & mentorship in pediatric neurovascular disease, but if that’s your area of interest, we can connect you to the IPSS Training Committee.
Chair: Mukta Sharma; Kansas City, United States
Vice Chair: Todd Levy; Philadelphia, United States