Welcome to INTEGRATE
The INTEGRATE project aims to develop innovative infrastructures to enable data and knowledge sharing and to foster large-scale collaboration in biomedical research.
INTEGRATE flexible infrastructure components and tools will bring together heterogeneous multi-scale biomedical data generated through standard and novel technologies within post-genomic clinical trials. It will also provide a seamless link to existing research and clinical infrastructures, such as clinical trials management systems, eCRFs, and hospital EHRs.
Partially funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme, INTEGRATE is coordinated by a Consortium of six partners from different European countries. Each partner brings to the project its own expertise ranging from healthcare technology to clinical research coordination.
INTEGRATE Consortium Meeting, Gent, Belgium
11-12 June 2013
2nd Summer School in Computational Oncology, Wadern, Germany
23-28 June 2013
The summer school is hosted by p-medicine and is incorporated in an international network of different EU projects and other initiatives all dealing with the topics “Virtual Physiological Human”, “Modelling/Oncosimulation” and “personalised medicine”. It will be organised by Universität des Saarlandes (USAAR), Germany, in cooperation with the Foundation for Research & Technology – Hellas (FORTH) from Greece and the European Research and Project Office GmbH (EURICE), Germany.
For more information please visit www.computationaloncology.org
INTEGRATE – The Potential of Data Sharing, at The European Cancer
Congress 2013 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
27 September 2013
- INTEGRATE: A new model in collaborative breast cancer research (ABC1, Lisbon, 2011)
- INTEGRATE: Driving excellence in integrative cancer research through innovative biomedical infrastructures (ECCO-ESMO, Stockholm, 2011)
INTEGRATE Newsletter | Issue 3
The 3rd INTEGRATE Newsletter is available for download
The INTEGRATE newsletters - five in total - describe aspects of the research problems in focus, inform readers about challenges encountered and progress made towards overcoming them, and refer to relevant project deliverables.
Through the newsletter, the INTEGRATE project partners would like to engage readers in discussions about data sharing and collaboration in the biomedical domain, as well as the scientific issues around information integration and interoperability.
Each newsletter will contain a contribution by one or more of the six INTEGRATE partners.