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EATRIS response to the CoVid19 pandemic

FAST ACCESS TO KEY SERVICES AND FACILITIES FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS TO COMBAT COVID-19

EATRIS mission is to accelerate the translation of promising scientific discoveries into benefits for patients. We focus our main activities on bridging the innovation gap between the lab and the clinic and we offer services and expertise to increase chances of research to successfully reach patients.

The EATRIS infrastructure’s resources are therefore highly relevant for the research community in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and include numerous following expertise and services.

 

SPECIFIC SERVICES FOR VACCINE DEVELOPERS AVAILABLE THROUGH TRANSVAC

Now more than ever the world is recognising the importance of vaccines. The EU-funded project, TRANSVAC-2, of which EATRIS is a partner, accelerates vaccine candidates across the R&D pipeline, by offering services to vaccine developers in academic and industry settings.

Researchers developing vaccine candidates against COVID19 can benefit from TRANSVAC-2 services, namely but not exclusively:  animal models; adjuvant formulation; clinical trial support. As part of the project, EATRIS can provide regulatory supportYou can learn more here.

 

EATRIS RESEARCHERS AND CLINICIANS IN THE FRONTLINE

The EATRIS community, composed of university medical centres and research facilities, is at the forefront of the COVID-19 fight. Their courage, tirelessness and fortitude are awe-inspiring for all of us.

We are closely monitoring the efforts undertaken by EATRIS members and are regularly updating a non-exhaustive list of activities they are involved in and additional targeted services they can provide. You can download this overview here.

 

BBMRI, ECRIN, EATRIS JOIN FORCES TO OFFER COVID-19 FAST RESPONSE SERVICE

EATRIS mission is highly complementary with those of  the European Clinical Research Infrastructure network (ECRIN) and the European research infrastructure for biobanking (BBMRI). The COVID-19 Fast Response Service is a coordinated and accelerated procedure for researchers to access the academic facilities, services and resources of the three medical research infrastructures, working together under the umbrella of the Alliance of Medical Research Infrastructures (AMRI).

 

Find out more on EATRIS website.