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Scientific Collaborations

To date, BBMRI-ERIC has been awarded €7 million in additional funds through participation in the EU’s 7th Framework Programme and Horizon 2020.

As its main goal, BBMRI-ERIC aims to improve the accessibility and interoperability of the existing comprehensive collections, either population-based or clinical-oriented, of biological samples from different (sub)populations of Europe. With 19 Members it is today a globally unmatched, Europe-wide platform for translational medical research with the aim to develop personalised medicine and disease prevention for the benefit of European citizens.

Ultimately, the additional capital will help BBMRI-ERIC, its National Nodes and partners to achieve our goal for a healthier life

 

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About Scientific Collaborations

Colorectal Cancer Cohort

ID-EPTRI

EPTRI is aimed at harnessing the research and services for the development of medicines for children as well as identifying gaps in paediatric medicines research preventing efficient use of research technologies across pertinent medicine research fields, from discovery and preclinical phase, all the way to ameliorate the therapeutic use of medicines in clinical practice.

CETOCOEN Excellence

The aim of this project is to exploit research capacities built in Central Europe with support from the European Structural and Investment Funds and develop a cutting-edge research platform capable of addressing major scientific and societal challenges of contemporary Europe in the area of Environment and Health.

EOSC-hub

EOSC-hub builds on existing technology already at TRL 8 and addresses the need for interoperability by promoting the adoption of open standards and protocols.

cliniMARK

Thousands of circulating proteins have been shown to be hallmarks of emerging disease, response to treatment, or a patients’ prognosis. The identification of these small molecule biomarkers holds a great promise for significant improvement of personalized medicine based on simple blood tests.

To increase the number of clinically validated biomarkers, rather than further increasing the number of biomarker discovery studies, CliniMARK will improve the quality and reproducibility of studies and establish a coherent biomarker development pipeline from discovery to market introduction.

AARC2

The goal of AARC2 is to design an AAI framework to develop interoperable AAI, to enable researchers to access the whole research and infrastructure service portfolio with one login.

EOSCpilot

The EOSCpilot project will support the first phase in the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)...

SPIDIA4P

Molecular in vitro diagnostics and biomedical research have allowed great progress in ...

PhenoMeNal

During the next 10 years, a significant number of the 742,000,000 European citizens will have their genome determined routinely.

RItrain

The overarching goal of RItrain is to identify the competency requirements for the leadership of European research infrastructures (RI) and design a training programme to fulfil these requirements. Our highest priority is those professionals who are already working in research infrastructures, including directors, coordinators, senior project managers, legal representatives, heads of Finance and HR, and heads of communication.

RD-Connect

Despite examples of excellent practice, rare diseases (RD) research is still mainly fragmented by data and diseaese types.

EGI-Engage

This BBMRI-ERIC EGI (European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network) Competence Centre focuses on helping BBMRI-ERIC to bridge the implementation of big data storage in combination with data analysis and data federation using EGI federated cloud infrastructure.


ADOPT BBMRI-ERIC

The ADOPT BBMRI-ERIC (implementAtion anD OPeration of the gateway for healTh into BBMRI-ERIC) proposal aims at boosting and accelerating implementation of BBMRI-ERIC and its services.

Its main deliverables are designed to complete or launch the construction of key Common Services of the Research Infrastructure as required for European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructure-(ESFRI) -projects ‘under implementation’, reflecting the targets of the European Research Area (ERA).

B3Africa

B3Africa (Bridging Biobanking and Biomedical Research across Europe and Africa) will dramatically improve and facilitate the development of better predictive, preventive and personalised healthcare worldwide.

The rapidly evolving African biobanks are an invaluable resource: The African population has the greatest genomic diversity on the planet and represents an incredible resource of information to advance biomedical research.

CORBEL

CORBEL will establish a collaborative framework of shared services between the ESFRI Biological and Medical Research Infrastructures that transform the European research community from discovery of basic biological mechanisms to applied medical translation – through the provision of a unified interface, aligned services and coordinated user access to a range of advanced technology platforms.

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