EU Project Manager
European Research Infrastructure for Translational Medicine (Eatris) is one of the leading European research infrastructures for life 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 benefits of patients.
Eatris is looking for an EU project Manager to expand our current EU Grants Management capacity (36-40 hours per week). The EU project Manager will support primarily the implementation of two newly funded EU projects, coordinated by EATRIS:
- EATRIS-Plus, a four-year H2020-Research Infrastructures project, starting in January 2020 (Budget: 5 Mi EUR). EATRIS-Plus will provide support for EATRIS long-term sustainable development and will increase the infrastructure’s capacities in the field of personalised medicine. EATRIS-Plus is a highly strategic project which includes 19 partners.
- ADVANCE, a 30-month project supported by Erasmus Plus, starting in November 2019 (Budget: 300K EUR). ADVANCE will develop an online and face-to-face course for PhD students and Post Docs in the field of advanced therapies.
The EU Project Manager will report to the EATRIS Head of European Affairs.
Deadline is 15 October 2019.
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The European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (ECRIN), a public research organisation, is currently recruiting an experienced Clinical Research Data Manager, to be based at its Paris office. ECRIN is a non-profit, distributed infrastructure that provides support to the management of multinational clinical research projects in Europe. ECRIN is based on the connection of national networks of clinical research infrastructures (clinical trial units) having the capacity to manage trials locally and provides information, consulting and services to investigators and sponsors in the preparation and in the conduct of multinational clinical studies, in any disease area. Most of the ECRIN-supported projects are funded by the Horizon 2020 (H2020) Programme of the European Union or by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI). The ECRIN Data Manager will participate in the planning, modelling, design, implementation, testing and documentation of IT solutions, tools and services supporting clinical research. In particular, he/she will act as the technical representative of ECRIN in the EOSC and other collaborative projects.
Deadline to receive applications: 31st October 2019.
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Technology Transfer Associate
Fondazione Telethon is a major Italian charity focused on rare genetic diseases. Founded in 1990, its mission is to fund biomedical research advancement towards the cure of rare genetic diseases neglected by major public and private investments. Its ultimate goal is to make therapies available to all patients in need. The Business Development Office is working to add value to the know-how, intellectual property, human resources and research facilities arising from Telethon-funded research in order to generate new therapies and diagnostic products for the benefit of patients affected by rare genetic diseases.
The TTA will operate within the Business Development Office and should report to the Technology Transfer Manager responsible for overseeing the technology transfer activities related to research conducted outside the Telethon institutes. Fondazione Telethon is a partner in the EJP RD and among its objectives, the project is aimed at developing and implementing an efficient model of financial support to research coupled with an accelerated exploitation of research results for the benefit of patients. The Business Development Office has a major role in coordinating technology transfer activities for the research projects funded under the EJP-RD. The TTA will work closely with the relevant partners within the EJP to identify translational research projects and define the best development path and strategy for each project. With the same aim, the TTA will collaborate with Telethon Program Managers overseeing Telethon-funded research on the exploitation of the results arising from such research.
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