Le projet EATRIS-Plus est financé par la Commission Européenne

NeurATRIS est heureux d'annoncer que le projet "EATRIS-Plus" est financé par la Commission Européenne dans le cadre de l'appel INFRADEV-3, concernant le développement et le maintien à long terme des nouvelles infrastructures de recherche pan-européennes. 

NeurATRIS, en tant que noeud français d'EATRIS, est l'un des 19 partenaires de ce projet de 4 ans. Le projet vise à construire de nouvelles capacités et fournir des outils scientifiques innovants, en particulier dans le domaine de la médecine personnalisée, pour soutenir le maintien à long terme d'EATRIS en tant qu'une des infrastructures européennes clés.

Titre de la proposition : EATRIS-Plus – Consolidating the capacities of EATRIS-ERIC for personalised medicine

Démarrage : 2020 (dater plus précise à confirmer)

Durée: 48 mois

EATRIS-plus will ensure sustainability of EATRIS 

In the first five years of operations, EATRIS has shown strong proof of concept of the value and utility of the services portfolio, with users including academia, SMEs, large pharma, biotech and research funding organisations. The overarching aim of EATRIS-Plus is to support the long-term sustainability (LTS) of EATRIS by delivering innovative scientific tools to the research community, strengthening the infrastructure’s financial model and reinforcing EATRIS leadership in the European Research Area (ERA), particularly in the field of Personalised Medicine (PM) research and development.

Specific objectives include:

  • to consolidate EATRIS capacities in the field of PM to better serve academia and industry and augment the number of EATRIS Innovation Hubs with large pharma;
  • to further strengthen the LTS of the EATRIS financial model;
  • to drive patient empowerment through active involvement in the infrastructure’s operations;
  • to expand strategic partnerships with research infrastructures and other relevant stakeholders. The proposal relies on a scientific and technological programme combined with capacity-building activities across 16 EU countries, with the support of two umbrella organisations representing patient organisations and SMEs.

Pooling of EATRIS’ omics technologies will better address challenges of personalised medicine

EATRIS-Plus will help pooling and exploiting the translational academic capacities of the infrastructure in omics technologies to enable researchers to better address the scientific and societal challenges of PM. Additionally, the coordination office and 13 existing national nodes of the infrastructure will participate in implementing joint outreach, training, industry engagement and international collaboration activities to further build national capacity, increase users’ trust and strengthen EATRIS and the ERA global scientific leadership.