How can EATRIS support you with your H2020 application?
EATRIS offers a range of services to investigators preparing funding applications. The translational services described below can be provided for your proposal to accelerate the impact of your project, by allowing for goal-oriented project planning and mapping of critical success factors beyond the science case.
- ‘EATRIS Fast Matchmaking’ service
Thanks to its comprehensive database of institutions’ capabilities and expertise, EATRIS can help you find the right European academic partner for your H2020 consortium. This service is offered free of charge to any party.
- Regulatory support
EATRIS will leverage expertise from EATRIS affiliated institutions and perform dedicated task or work package providing regulatory support by:
- Assessing the project’s regulatory strategy and feasibility;
- Interacting with the relevant regulatory authorities;
- Answering any regulatory question arising during the project’s lifetime;
- Ensuring the project fulfils all regulatory requirements.
- Accelerating impact
The translational services described below can be provided for your proposal to accelerate the impact of your project, by allowing for goal-oriented project planning and mapping of critical success factors beyond the science case.
- Exploitation management & industry partnering
Activities include: design of the dissemination and exploitation plan of the project; definition of a monitoring plan to capture intellectual property protection needs in a timely fashion; identification industry dissemination partnering opportunities for co-development and/or out-licensing; follow-up financing opportunities.
- Translational optimisation
Activities include: monitoring of the project to ascertain a timely evaluation of the translational potential of the results generated during the project; full translational assessment (in case of translational projects) to define follow-up validation route; early Health Technology Assessment (HTA) support
EATRIS can provide in-person translational assessment workshops (approx. duration: 2 days) The workshop will teach participants how to assess the translational potential of projects, by analysing the unmet medical need, the clear end product envisaged, the innovative character and the intellectual property clarity.
Please contact Anne-Charlotte Fauvel for further information about EATRIS services or H2020 partnering opportunities.
+31 (0)20 444 4849