EATRIS ERIC and national node EATRIS Slovenia
EATRIS (European Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine) is a non-profit organization that brings together European centers of excellence in translational research in the fields of medicines, diagnostics and medical devices. The EATRIS concept is designed with the strategic goal to establish and connect infrastructures that will enable faster and more efficient transfer of knowledge from basic research laboratories to clinics, as well as the transfer of complex clinical and developmental problems to basic research laboratories. EATRIS is a part of consortium of European Research Infrastructures - ERIC (European Research Infrastructure Consortium).
EATRIS infrastructure is multicentrically organized into a network of highly specialized centers and pursues diverse institutional and regional representation. The network currently includes 14 European countries. EATRIS members are organized into the following platforms: Small Molecules, Vaccines, Advanced Therapy Pharmaceuticals, Biomarkers, and Imaging and Tracing.
The host and coordinator of the Slovenian national node is the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Pharmacy (UL FFA). UL FFA became a full member of EATRIS ERIC in 2016 on the platform Small Molecules. The access to a large research infrastructure enables Slovenian scientists to be involved in international projects and be globally connected, achieving remarkable results in the field of pharmaceutical sciences, clinical biomedicine, medicine and biotechnology.
||The network of research infrastructure enables faster and better research work
||Workshops, seminars, online courses on personalized medicine, translational research and advance therapies
|Integration into EATRIS platforms
||Platforms Small molecules and Biomarkers