EATRIS, the European Research Infrastructure for Translational Medicine, is one of the leading permanent European infrastructures for translational sciences. The infrastructure provides access to excellent academic expertise and facilities across Europe to accelerate early medicine development and advance promising medical research for the benefit of patients. EATRIS is active in the preclinical and very early clinical phases of the development of medicines, diagnostics and vaccines. Central to its mission is to support the development of innovative next generation therapies including cell and gene therapy products.
EATRIS is a non-profit organisation based in Amsterdam, NL, supported by 14 European countries and representing 127 leading academic and non-profit biomedical research institutions. EATRIS collaborates with a wide range of users and stakeholders, including academia, SMEs and large pharma/biotech, as well as patient organisations and research funding organisations.
Team member implicated in the project: Tim Mosser