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Webinar series on Quality and Reproducibility issues

EATRIS is running a series of webinars in the fall of this year, looking at reproducibility issues experienced during specific phases of the drug development pipeline (screening, preclinical models, biomarker development & analytical platforms, clinical validation). These webinars are developed in close collaboration with other Research Infrastructures (EU-OPENSCREEN, INFRAFRONTIER, BBMRI, ECRIN) and initiatives such as Translation Together.

The webinars will be brought to you by experts in the field and include an audience Q&A session during which attendees can ask questions at the end of the lecture. All webinars will be recorded and available for later viewing.

For more information and registration: https://eatris.eu/insights/webinar-series-quality-reproducibility-issues-drug-development/

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EATRIS-Plus project funded by the European Commission

NeurATRIS is pleased to announce that the ‘EATRIS-Plus’ proposal has been funded by the European Commission under the INFRADEV-3 call, which concerns the development and long sustainability of new pan-European research infrastructures. 

NeurATRIS, as EATRIS French node, is one of 19 partners in the four-year project. The project aims to build capabilities and deliver innovative scientific tools to support the long-term sustainability of EATRIS as one of Europe’s key research infrastructures.

Title of proposal: EATRIS-Plus – Consolidating the capacities of EATRIS-ERIC for personalised medicine

Start date: 2020 (precise date to be confirmed)

Duration: 48 months

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EATRIS annual report 2018 is available

EATRIS is happy to present the Annual Report for 2018, the fifth year of active operations for EATRIS ERIC. You will learn about the year’s highlights and notable milestones, presented in a more personal format, told by the passionate advocates of Translational Medicine in EATRIS.

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11.7 teslas: The World-Record Magnetic Field Generated by a Human MRI Magnet

The Iseult project magnet being installed at Neurospin (CEA Paris-Saclay) reached a nominal magnetic field of 11.7 teslas (T) on July 18, 2019. This is a world record for a whole-body magnetic resonance imager (MRI) magnet, the culmination of years of R&D and at the forefront of innovation in the field of superconducting magnets. Over the coming months, the equipment required for neuroimaging will be installed around the magnet and in its central tube to create a human MRI scanner capable of examining the brain more accurately than ever before, in the interest of fundamental research, cognitive sciences and diagnosing neurodegenerative diseases.

Find out more here: http://www.cea.fr/english/Pages/News/Iseult-MRI-Magnet-Record.aspx