The RItrain project will be holding a workshop for the research infrastructure (RI) community from 20 to 21 November 2019 in Brussels, Belgium.
The Clinical Research Facility at St James’s Hospital and the Trinity Centre for Practice & Healthcare Innovation (TCPHI), Trinity College Dublin, in collaboration with the HRB Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN), will host a two-day Winter School focusing specifically on issues relevant to conducting trials of digital health interventions.
The next meeting of the CORBEL Medical Infrastructure Users Forum (MIUF) will be held on 6 December 2019 in Brussels. The main topics will be the progress made so far in building a collaborative framework between medical research communities and pan-European Research Infrastructures, and how to get ready for the future European Open Science Cloud. In particular, the meeting will explore the ways in which the MIUF's work can be continued in the 'EOSC-Life' project (in which ECRIN is also involved).
The HRB-TMRN (Health Research Board-Trial Methodology Research Network) is delighted to welcome some of the world’s leading experts in trial methodology to Malahide, Dublin on December 6th, 2019, for its 5th Trial Methodology Symposium. The theme for this year’s event is 'Clinical Trial Design – partnering pragmatism with complexity to achieve excellence'.
The RISCAPE project will be holding its final meeting on 9 December in Brussels, during which the Landscape Analysis Report will be presented.
The Report is the main result of the RISCAPE project. It analyses the position and complementarities of the major European research infrastructures (RIs) in the international RI landscape, by research area.
All 'ESFRI' fields are considered: Energy, Environment, Health & Food, Physical Sciences & Engineering, Social and Cultural Innovation and e-infrastructures.
The EOSC-Life project will be organising several thematic workshops, the first of which will be on pseudo-anonymisation of health data. This event will be held with project partners in Paris from 22 to 22 January 2020.
SY-Stem, a symposium focusing on the next generation of stem cell researchers, is an annual meeting in Vienna. It is jointly organised by the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) and the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA).
During the event, recognised keynote speakers as well as aspiring young group leaders will discuss the latest advances in stem cell biology in an informal and collaborative setting.
The 2019 sessions include the following topics:
Partner Event: EFGCP Annual Conference 2019 Making Clinical Research an Element of Better Healthcare
The EFGCP Annual Conference 2019 focuses on achieving better integration of clinical research in healthcare.
HEALTH NCP-Net 2.0 is jointly organising (with BBMRI-ERIC, EATRIS-ERIC, ECRIN and ELIXIR) a webinar to learn about the aims and activities of these research infrastructures (RIs) and how to involve and benefit from them within a Horizon 2020 project.
The second part will be a Q&A session.
Research and innovation lie at the heart of Europe’s economic strategy and make a critical contribution to the development of its society and cultures.
The aim of this workshop is to explore ways in which the return on investment in research can be assessed and evaluated. The workshop will also address the question of the future of RIs, the conditions of their success and the effectiveness of their dialogue with society.