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The experts are either appointed to one of the 12 panels or included in a central list of available experts, according to their scientific and technical competence. They follow principles of highest scientific competence, impartiality, independence and transparency.

Coordination Committee

A Coordination Committee composed of the Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the panels is intended to facilitate effective exchange of information, experiences and best practices between expert panels, to adopt and review the common rules of procedures, internal guidance and methodologies to be used by the expert panels.

The Coordination Committee members are listed alphabetically.

Before being appointed to an expert panel, the experts are required to submit declarations of interest, confidentiality and commitment. Furthermore, they need to update their declaration of interest whenever their professional circumstances change.


The list of expert panels is provided below. Click on a panel to see the list of its members.

  • Screening Panel
  • Orthopaedics, traumatology, rehabilitation, rheumatology
  • Circulatory system
  • Neurology
  • Respiratory system, anaesthesiology, intensive care
  • Endocrinology and diabetes
  • General and plastic surgery and dentistry
  • Obstetrics and gynaecology, including reproductive medicine
  • Gastroenterology and hepatology
  • Nephrology and urology
  • Ophthalmology
  • In vitro diagnostic medical devices

The list of experts appointed to the panels is provided below in alphabetic order.

List of experts

Central list

Experts who have been considered eligible and apt for the work of the panels, but who have not been appointed to an expert panel, are included in a central list of available experts. The list may be used to support the work of expert panels as needed.

The list of experts included in the central list of available experts is provided below in alphabetic order.

Central list of available experts