Events

13th January 2021
EATRIS AI Symposium – “How the Emerging Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Translational Medicine can Jump-start a New Era in Medical Care”

This symposium aims to map the interests, capacities, and expertise among the EATRIS scientific community around the field of AI. The aim of the symposium is to gain a better understanding of the competences and skills present in the EATRIS network that will promote future opportunities and best practice for incorporating AI into translational research collaborations. Find out more here…

21st January 2021
EATX Data and Analytics Platform (RDCA-DAP)

EATRIS and the Critical Path Institute (C-Path) are co-hosting an EATx webinar on the Rare Disease Cures Accelerator-Data and Analytics Platform (RDCA-DAP). RDCA-DAP provides a centralised and standardised infrastructure to support and accelerate rare disease characterisation, with the goal of accelerating therapy development across rare diseases. RDCA-DAP is a FDA-funded joint initiative between C-Path and the National Organisation for Rare Disorders. Speakers include Jane Larkindale, Amanda Borens, Joseph Scheeren, Daria Julkowska and Toni Andreu.  Find out more here…

25th and 26th January 2021
‘Translate! 2021’ Symposium (online)

The ‘Translate! 2021’ Symposium is taking place online on the 25th and 26th January 2021. There will be panel discussions, keynote lectures, a pitch competition and livestream debates on topics like “Measuring Translation – What Works, What Does Not?” and “The Role of Data Reproducibility in Translation”. Find out more here…

News

Publication: Global Experts Define Characteristics of Successful Translational Scientists

13th June 2019; Amsterdam, The Netherlands