The European Rare Disease Models & Mechanisms Network (RDMM-Europe) has been established by Solve-RD – an EU-funded research project. The overall aim is to boost research in rare diseases, discover new disease-causing genes and obtain evidence for pathogenicity through functional validation.

For more information, visit the following website.

The European Rare Disease Models & Mechanisms Network (RDMM-Europe) has been established by Solve-RD – an EU-funded research project. The overall aim is to boost research in rare diseases, discover new disease-causing genes and obtain evidence for pathogenicity through functional validation.

For more information, visit the following website.

A call on research and innovation's actions will be launched on July 18, 2019. IMI projects aim at accelerating the medicines development process, generating new scientific insights, and developing resources for open use by the research community. The topics of this call are related to integrated research platforms, digital clinical trials, immune-mediated diseases, medicines safety, brain disorders, blockchain, antimicrobial resistance.

FInd more information on the following link.

The International Summer School on Rare Disease Registries and FAIRification of Data is a part of a series of training activities proposed by the European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) which will take place at the Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Rome, Italy. The first module “Rare Disease Registries” starts on September 23 till September 25, 2019. The second module “FAIRification of data”, starts on September 26 till September 27, 2019.

Onlne registration deadline is June 20th, 2019.

Find more information on the following link.

The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD), which is the successor of E-Rare launches the Joint Transnational Call 2019. The call will  open officially in December. This year projects should focus on accelerated diagnosis and/or exploration of disease progression and mechanisms of rare diseases. More info under www.ejprarediseases.org

ECRIN, Collaborating with European Countries in E-Rare Clinical Trial Projects

ECRIN, Collaborating with European Countries in E-Rare Clinical Trial Projects

A Partner for Multinational Trial Management
Managing a multinational clinical trial raises multiple challenges for investigators and sponsors. ECRIN, a non-profit research infrastructure, helps organisations to facilitate trials by coordinating various management tasks (regulatory and ethical submissions, adverse event reporting, monitoring, data management, etc). Currently a partner in ongoing trials funded by the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (FP7) and Horizon 2020 (H2020), ECRIN is available to support groups in all European countries in clinical trials for treatment repurposing supported by the E-Rare 3 Call for Proposals 2016 (JTC 2016).

For more information on how ECRIN can support E-Rare trial projects, please contact the European Correspondent in your country (details below). If your country is not listed, you may contact the ECRIN Coordination Team at ecrinonboard[at]ecrin.org.
•    France, Amelie Michon: amelie.michon[at]ecrin.org; +33 (0)5 34 55 75 92
•    Germany, Anke Strenge-Hesse: anke.strenge-hesse[at]uk-koeln.de; +49 (0) 221 478 89331
•    Hungary, ecrinonboard[at]ecrin.org
•    Italy, Lucia Palmisano: l.palmisano[at]iss.it; +39 06 49903307
•    Portugal, Catarina Madeira: catarina.madeira[at]fcm.unl.pt; +351 91 400 67 26
•    Spain, Joaquín Sáez-Peñataro: jsaez[at]clinic.ub.es and Mohammed Ezzeldin Sharaf: mezzeld[at]clinic.ub.es; +34 93 227 93 28

ECRIN-On-Board: Supporting E-Rare Funding Applications for ECRIN Member Countries
In addition, ECRIN is offering support for applications to the E-Rare 2016 call to principal investigators from its Member Countries (France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, and Spain) through its “ECRIN-On-Board” programme. Support areas include:
1 – Independent methodological recommendations on protocol development
2 – Consulting on trial logistics and management (regulatory and ethical requirements, monitoring strategies, insurance, contracting, costs, investigation sites, etc.)
3 – Advice on E-Rare applications (consortium organisation, work packages, budget, project management)
ECRIN-On-Board support is provided for free on a first-come, first-serve basis. Interested parties should send a summary description of the trial protocol based on pages 6-9 of the Full Proposal Application form (available on the E-Rare website) to the European Correspondent in their respective country as well as to the ECRIN-On-Board focal point (see contacts above) by January 5th, 2016. Applications will be dealt with under the strictest confidentiality. Proposal applications will be reviewed by ECRIN-On-Board and feedback will be provided within three weeks (by end January), giving principal investigators another month to modify their projects as needed before submission to E-Rare (deadline: March 3rd, 2016).

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