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EATRIS-Plus Summer School in Personalised Medicine


The summer school from EATRIS, the Research Infrastructure for translational medicine, is designed to address a wide array of topics from omic-based strategies and structural pillars of personalised medicine to biomarkers, pre-clinical models, clinical trials and regulatory aspects, as well as health economics, reimbursement strategies, and patient engagement. fully virtual, daily sessions between 10.00 -13.00 […]

How to Build a Biobank – Learning by Doing

MedUniGraz Neue Stiftingtalstraße 2/B/6, Graz, Steiermark, Austria

Join the basic module of the How to Build a Biobank course, offered by the BBMRI.at partner Medical University of Graz.


How to Operate a Biobank (Advanced)

MedUniGraz Neue Stiftingtalstraße 2/B/6, Graz, Steiermark, Austria

Join the advanced module of the 2-part How to Build a Biobank course from BBMRI.at partner Medical University of Graz.


EBRAINS Workshop: The Future of Medical Data Sharing in Clinical Neurosciences


The HBP and EBRAINS together with the EAN invite the entire scientific community to join the forthcoming workshop on the Future of Medical Data Sharing in Clinical Neurosciences. This event aims at exposing and openly discussing all issues and challenges associated with data sharing in Europe, from ethics to data safety and privacy, including those specific to data […]

AI 4 IMAGING: Radiomics, Deep Learning and Synthetic Data – A Hands-on Course

Maastricht School of Management Endepolsdomein 150, Maastricht, Netherlands

This course on Artificial Intelligence for Imaging is a unique opportunity to join a community of leading-edge practitioners in the field of Quantitative Medical Imaging. Whether you are a researcher in the field or are interested about fostering this type of research in your clinic, during this 4-days immersive course you will be able to attend lectures and workshops from world-class experts in Radiomics, Deep Learning and Synthetic Data. Clinicians will receive basic training in the methods of Quantitative Image Analysis and will be able to interactively design a clinical trial. Researchers will receive in-depth lectures about the state of the art and deeper training in commonly used algorithms. Researchers can also bring your own curated dataset for the hackathon (labelled, sorted by outcome, open source or fully anonymised, and cleared by ethics). If requested ahead of time, we will perform “data matching” for attendees to facilitate external cross validation. There will be ample opportunity to network with faculty members, other participants and companies.


4th BBMRI.QM Newsroom


“Get insights from the outside” – that is the motto for the consultation hours on quality-related topics in the field of biobanking and biomedical research and development. We invite you to our 4th BBMRI.QM Newsroom in 2022, which will be held on: 13 December, 10:00-11:15 a.m. CET via Zoom. We will welcome two QM experts of our National […]


Online Workshop: Implementing Genomic Research Projects

Learn how to address key issues in genomic research in this two-day online workshop on Implementing Genomic Research Projects, jointly organised by BBMRI-ERIC with Easi Genomics on: Wednesday, 1 February (13-16:30 CET) and Thursday, 2 February (13-15:30 CET) This workshop will gives participants a fantastic opportunity to learn more about genomic data ethics, legal issues, […]

BBMRI.QM Academy: Validation and verification of processing methods and biobanking

A live-learning webinar with the topic 'Validation and verification of processing methods and biobanking' presented by key expert Fay Betsou will be held on 1 June,1:00-2:15 pm CEST via Zoom. We are very pleased to inform you that this workshop is UEMS EACCME® for CME accredited. Participation in this live educational event equates to 1 CME […]

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