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Workshop of the project PREFER

5/18/2018

I was organising the workshop of the project PREFER. The workshop was about methods to elicitate patient preferences and took place in the premises of Bayer in Berlin. More than 70 attendees from Europe and the US attended the workshop in person or remotely. Thank you all for your participation, it is so great working with you!


We are 10 ...

4/30/2018

The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) unites industry and public partners to collaborate on innovative medical projects.



The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) is turning 10 today. I have worked the last 7.5 years on IMI projects and I have to say it is an exciting journey watching industry and public partners collaborate. Keep on going IMI project

We are hiring

12/14/2017

We are looking for a working student to help us with grant applications. If you are interested to learn how modern research proposals are written please contact us with your short CV. Please find more information on the open position here: Career


New co - worker

9/1/2017


We are happy to announce our first co-worker starting on September 1st 2017. He will work on tender applications and develop new business in the area of international development and non-governmental organisations.



Webinar invitation

BigData@Heart: Big Data for Better Hearts
13 September, 2017 - 14:00 - 15:00 CEST
This webinar will introduce and outline the objective of the BigData@Heart project: develop a data-driven translational research platform of unparalleled scale and phenotypical resolution, with the aim to improve patient outcomes and reduce societal burden of atrial fibrillation (AF), heart failure (HF) and acute coronary syndrome (ACS).

Presenters:

Rick Grobbee 
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology
University Medical Center Utrecht
 
Folkert Asselbergs 
Consultant Cardiologist, Professor of Cardiovascular Genetics
University Medical Center Utrecht
Scientific Coordinator of BigData@Heart

Panos Vardas
ESC Past President
European Heart Agency
Chief Startegy Officer (Brussels)

Gunnar Brobert 
Director of Edpidemiology
Bayer AG

Maureen Cronin 
Consultant
Vifor Pharma
 

Duane Schulthess
Managing Director
Vital Transformation (moderator)



Working in a vibrant area

8/10/2017

It's my pleasure to introduce you to my working place. My office is located in WERK1 which in the midst of the most vibrant area of Munich - the Werksviertel. Full of startups, digital entrepreneurs and artists. The campus is subsidised by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs and provides facilities and environment that support us founders and innovators to grow and succeed with our ideas.

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PREFER annual meeting

8/1/2017

The annual meeting of the PREFER project will be convened on October 26-27th 2017 at Actelion in Allschwil near Basel, Switzerland. We are organising this project meeting and we look forward presenting and discussing the project’s progress with members of the consortium and invited stakeholders.


BigData@Heart - our second heavyweight project

7/10/2017

We are involved in our second heavyweight 19 million public-private partnership project running for 5 years: BigData@Heart.
The objective of the project is to develop a data-driven translational research platform of unparalleled scale and phenotypical resolution, with the aim to improve patient outcomes and reduce societal burden of atrial fibrillation (AF), heart failure (HF) and acute coronary syndrome (ACS).
For more info: www.bigdata-heart.eu


First project started

10/28/2016

Giving patients a voice in drug development - PREFER is a five year project funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), to evaluate different preference elicitation methods and test them in a clinical setting.
16 pharmaceutical companies and 16 public partners form the project consortium with a total budget of 12 million €.
​For more info: www.imi-prefer.eu


What drives us ...

10/15/2016

We love what we do and we strongly believe that European funded research has an impact. Unfortunately there is still a lot of administrative burden for researchers. During setting up a special project such as a European funded collaboration many do reinvent the wheel again. We want to be part of a global solution minimizing the burden not only for our clients. Therefore we will share our best practice templates under a free licence to increase the efficiency of research. 


 
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