European Alliance of Medical Research Infrastructures


Duration: Ongoing


EU-AMRI, the European Alliance of Medical Research Infrastructures, is the collaboration between the European research infrastructures BBMRI-ERIC, EATRIS-ERIC, and ECRIN-ERIC. The three research infrastructures work in parallel to provide complementary services to researchers in the field of biomedical sciences and support the development of personalised medicine and new treatments. EU-AMRI has been created to offer a comprehensive workflow for researchers in biomedical science, a one-stop-shop for industry and academia, to conveniently choose from a range of services according to their needs.

The Alliance aims to facilitate the effective and efficient use of scientific services, expertise and tools by academia and industry for the seamless translation of their scientific discoveries into new treatments and solutions for patients. With EU-AMRI, the three medical research Infrastructures share a commitment to increasing patient benefit of research, promoting good research practice and ensuring greater access to available infrastructure resources. The end goal of EU-AMRI is to make it easier for the broader research community to achieve their goals by delivering scientific services with the highest standards of quality and reproducibility.

Co-operating since 2014, but established in 2020, EU-AMRI comprises over 700 research institutions and university hospitals, covers 29 European Countries as Members or Observers, working to improve the research process and tackle unmet medical needs.


ECRIN’s role in EU-AMRI:
ECRIN is one of the three partnering Research Infrastructures and is seated in the Executive Board.