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.
The EU project C-COMEND offers PhD and Postdocs the opportunity to join a free course on “Translational Research and Development“.
The course consists of an introductory e‑learning course (~ 24 hours student investment time) in July, followed by a 5-day, face-to-face workshop from 9-13 October 2017 in Berlin.
Speakers are from industry and academia and include:
The European Research Infrastructure for Translational Medicine (EATRIS) is organising its third bi-annual conference, “Translational Medicine 2017” from 24 to 26 September 2017 at Corinthia Hotel in Prague, Czech Republic.
This event, open to a wide range of stakeholders including academic researchers, funders, industry players and regulators, will bring together international experts to discuss the latest advancements in translational medicine.
Have you always wanted to learn more about the exciting developments currently happening in chemical biology and EU-OPENSCREEN?
The European Chemical Biology Symposium (ECBS) 2017 in Budapest, Hungary, brings together chemical biology researchers from screening and drug discovery, systems biology and therapeutic innovation. Young researchers are encouraged to present their work! Register and find out more: www.ecbs2017.eu/welcome.html
The 4th International Congress of Translational Research in Human Nutrition (ICTRHN) will take place in Clermont-Ferrand, France from 22 to 23 June 2017. The focus this year is on nutrition and cancer.
The main topics will include:
- nutritional and metabolic risk factors identified in cancer development
- nutritional care and diet support for the cancer patient during treatment
- breast and prostate cancers – translational approaches