European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (ECRIN)
Founded 2004. Supported by European Commission funding from DG Research: original title was ECRIN - Reciprocal Knowledge Programme (ECRIN-RKP) under FP6 Health (2004-2005); title changed to ECRIN - Transnational Working Group (ECRIN-TWG) under FP6 Health (2006-2008); ECRIN Preparation Phase for the Infrastructure (ECRIN-PPI) under FP7 Infrastructures (2008-2011); ECRIN Integration Activity (ECRIN-IA) under FP7 Infrastructures (2012-2015). Officially awarded the status of European Research Infrastructure Consortium (ERIC), a legal status designed to facilitate the joint establishment and operation of research infrastructures of European interest, thus also known under the acronym ECRIN-ERIC.
Integrate national clinical research facilities into a pan-European infrastructure, able to provide support to multinational clinical research in any medical field, and for any category of clinical research; enhance European and international collaboration on non-commercial, multinational clinical trails; strengthen institutional capacity to develop and implement such trials through creation of tools and resources, and provision of services.
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Assembly of Members; Network Committee; Scientific Board; Coordination Team; European Correspondent in each country hosted at the national hub.
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