CORU Registered Medical Scientists Required for Appeals Committee

CORU is inviting expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced registered medical scientists to be appointed as members of the Appeals Committee. 


As part of its statutory objective to protect the public, CORU requires registered medical scientists for appointment to an Appeals Committee to make decisions on registration and recognition appeals. The Appeals Committee is established under Section 23 of the Health and Social Care Professionals Act 2005, as amended (“the Act”).

Appeals Committee

When hearing an appeal, the Appeals Committee will sit in panels of three members composed as follows:

  • One lay member of Council (who will act as Chairperson);
  • One professional member of Council from a different designated profession to the appellant;
  • One non-Council member from the same designated profession as the appellant.

Appointments will be made for a period of two years. The Appeals Committee meetings will be held in Dublin.

How to Apply

Full information on this position can be found in the information booklet available here. The Expression of Interest form available here that must be completed and submitted by email to .