EATRIS offers a range of services to help researchers strengthen the translational potential of their research proposals
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1. FORMING A CONSORTIUM
EATRIS can help you find the right European academic partner for your consortium thanks to a comprehensive database of the high-end capabilities and expertise in over 110+ top-tier member institutions. This service is free of charge. If you are a member of the infrastructure, EATRIS can also support you in identifying companies, charities, or patient organisations for your consortium.
If you’re interested in this service, please fill in this form. Our team will provide you with a report listing the potential matches among EATRIS members within a few business days. It willthenbe yourresponsibility to liaise with the EATRIS institution or organisation of interest.
EATRIS can provide coordinators with a letter of support for their proposal, provided the following criteria are met:
The scope of the proposal must be translational and of high scientific quality;
The proposal must be in line with EATRIS mission: “To support researchers in developing their biomedical discoveries into novel translational tools and interventions for better health outcomes for society”;
The consortium must be multidisciplinary with laboratory and clinical expertise represented; and when relevant, industry and/or patient organisations included as partners;
The consortium must include institutions leading in their field and/or close collaborators of EATRIS (academic members or strategic partners).
To request a letter of support, please send the latest draft of your proposal (or a 3-pager including the composition of the consortium, a summary of the concept and foreseen impact) a minimum of four weeks before proposal submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that we are bound by confidentiality rules and will not distribute any drafts or project summaries to others without your explicit permission or request.
3. JOINING AS A PARTNER
When relevant, EATRIS can participate in research funding proposals as a full partner providing various centralised services with member institutions involved as linked third parties if necessary. EATRIS central coordination office based in Amsterdam can provide the following services:
3A) Innovation Management & industry partnering
Activities can include:
– Design of the exploitation plan of the project;
– Definition and implementation of a monitoring plan to capture intellectual property protection needs;
– Identification of industry partnering opportunities for co-development and/or out-licensing;
– Follow-up financing opportunities.
Example: RECOGNISED project
3B) Regulatory support
EATRIS will leverage expertise from EATRIS affiliated institutions and perform dedicated tasks or work packages 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 fulfills all regulatory requirements.
3C) Translational optimisation
Activities can include:
– Monitoring of the project to deliver a timely evaluation of the translational potential of the results generated during the project;
– Full translational assessment to define follow-up validation route;
– Early HTA support.
EATRIS may take a leading role in supporting the development and management of proposals coming from EATRIS member institutes. To be eligible for such support, the proposal has to be aligned with EATRIS Strategic Plan 2019-22.
Example: EU-PEARL led by Vall D’Hebron Research Institute, Head of the EATRIS Spanish node.
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