EATRIS Matchmaking for lab services

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EATRISIndustry collaborationcore facilitytechnology platforms

EATRIS facilitates academic collaborations with industry. It identifIes scientific & medical expertise and find the capacity to provide access to the latest technologies and core facilities from within our technology platforms.It serves as a single point of contact, provides (legal) support and acts as a negotiator to facilitate project initiation and monitor project execution when needed. Its infrastructure consists of 115+ biomedical research institutes in 14 EU countries.

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Through a combination of in-house and external partnerships with a range of regulatory experts and groups, EATRIS can provide regulatory support for most types of product including: Expert opinion, Orphan Drug Designation and Scientific Advice application at the EMA, Pre-clinical and clinical plan development, Informal scientific advice with selected national competent authorities, for highly complex projects,
access to EATRIS Regulatory Database (free of charge) that contains information about the regulatory requirements, guidelines and legislations from 27 EU countries (as well as Norway, Switzerland, Turkey and Israel) regarding drug and medical device development derived from the application of European legislation.

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EATRIS Translational assessment services

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Project ManagementEATRISTranslational Medicine support

EATRIS supports your investigators in assessing and optimising the translational feasibility and potential of the projects that your are interested in funding. By providing feedback to you and the investigator on issues such as medical need, market and pipeline overview, regulatory pathway, intellectual property and translational tools, you have more confidence in selecting high potential projects, and investigators can optimise their plans according the realities of the development pipeline.

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ECRIN Services

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Multinational clinical trialECRIN

When planning a multinational clinical trial, you need to consider financial, scientific, regulatory and administrative aspects long before you recruit the first patient. It is necessary to access experts and patients at other sites and countries, but complying with local regulations and requirements, sourcing services, and identifying collaborators can be a challenge. ECRIN is here to guide investigators/sponsors, project coordinators and other stakeholders through the different facets of multinational trial organisation.

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During project implementation, ECRIN offers investigators and project coordinators various trial management services, accompanying them all the way from recruitment of the first patient to scientific publication. ECRIN services include:

Submissions to competent authorities & ethics committees: ECRIN can manage submissions to regulatory and ethics authorities in participating countries, ensuring that timelines are respected to avoid delays
Insurance support: ECRIN can provide information regarding multinational trial insurance OR ECRIN can provide quotations for local insurance for multinational clinical trials
Monitoring: All tasks related to monitoring such as training, on-site visits and reporting can be handled by ECRIN across country sites
Adverse event reporting: ECRIN can support local reporting according to national requirements
Data management: ECRIN-Certified Data Centres may be used for data management in multinational trials (learn more about Data Centre Certification) 
Recommendations for health product and biosample management: ECRIN can provide contacts for medicine and sample handling across countries

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Drosophila Genomics Resource Center

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Fruit Fly Model

The Drosophila Genomics Resource Center (DGRC) serves the Drosophila research community by: (a) collecting and distributing DNA clones and vectors; (b) collecting and distributing Drosophila cell lines; (c) developing and testing genomics technologies for use in Drosophila and assisting members of the research community in their use.

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European Drosophila Society

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Fruit Fly Model

This site provides a central resource for the European fly community. It contains useful information about the European Drosophila Board, which supports community initiatives and oversees the organisation of the biennial European Drosophila Research Conference.

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