UK Anti Doping seeking candidates with the areas of expertise in data ethics and high performance sport
The purpose of the Innovation Commission is to harness expertise, perspective, and insight from within the United Kingdom’s (UK) private and public-sector science industries to safeguard the UK’s position at the forefront of international efforts to detect, deter and prevent doping within sport.
Together with the Insight & Innovation team at UKAD, the Innovation Commission play an active role in fostering UKAD’s Research & Innovation Strategy, with a particular focus on facilitating engagement and collaboration with potential external industry contacts and with aiding UKAD adapt approaches taken in other sectors towards embedding innovation.
The Innovation Commission also plays a vital role in identifying funding streams or models that support the development of research and innovation prospects that enhance our evidence-based anti-doping operations.
Current members of the Innovation Commission include representation from academia (social and bioanalytical sciences), pharmaceutical industry, policy experts, and public research institutes.
Non-UKAD members of the Commission are appointed for a term of three years, with the option of an extension for a second and final three-year term available in the interest of preserving continuity of the Commission’s activity.
Commission members are required to attend meetings 2-3 times a year, either in-person, virtual or a hybrid of the two.
Please click here to view the person specifications and the the Terms of Reference.
Deadline for applications is Sunday 3 September
Interview dates w/c 25th September