The latest news and events from ECRIN and its partners

Events

Upcoming

ECRIN CTU Day

26 November 2021
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26 November 2021
Online

We are pleased to announce the first ECRIN CTU day will be held from 10:00-13:00 CET 26 November 2021 online. 

Audience: Open to all ECRIN national partners CTUs and affiliated institutions that can provide services to multinational clinical trials.  

Launch of EU-AMRI

14 December 2021
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14 December 2021
online

On the morning of 14 December 2021 (10:00 – 12:00 CET), EU-AMRI will be formally launched in Brussels. The programme will include a presentation of EU-AMRI and will be followed by a round-table discussion with important stakeholders for the future of the EU-AMRI Alliance. Pre-registration is currently available here.  

 

Past

3rd Annual CRIGH General Assembly

22 October 2020
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22 October 2020
Online

The Clinical Research Initiative for Global Health (www.crigh.org) aims to support international collaboration on clinical research by developing global standards and establishing a collaborative framework to address health issues worldwide. 

EOSC Symposium 2020

19 October 2020
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22 October 2020
Online

The main objectives of this year Symposium are:

  • to show the value of EOSC to research performing organisations and research funders;
  • to onboard new members into the EOSC Association;
  • to engage the EOSC providers explaining how and why federate the services with the objectives.

Registration is now open through to October 13th. 

For more details visit the website

HRB TMRN: 6th Annual Trial Methodology Symposium

14 October 2020
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15 October 2020
Online

Registration is now open for the 6th Annual Trial Methodology Symposium. This year the theme is Improved trials for better health decisions for an informed public. 

ECRIN's Director General, Jacques Demotes, will be discussing the role of multinational cooperation and new trial methodologies in improved health decisions. 

For more information and the full program visit the website

EFGCP & DIA Better Medicines for Children Conference

12 October 2020
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13 October 2020
Online

Active engagement of conference participants is expected to discuss challenges and identify solutions on what could be done to optimise children’s access to new medicines:

  1. What data sources and digital technologies could bring to paediatric development on top of the use of extrapolation?
  2. How to best define children unmet medical needs?
  3. How to optimise the PIP process and regulatory approval

The conference will also explore what drug development means for Paediatricians, and in particular during COVID-19 pandemic.