EU-AMRI, the European Alliance of Medical Research Infrastructures, is the collaboration between the European research infrastructures BBMRI-ERIC, EATRIS-ERIC, and ECRIN-ERIC.
BBMRI-ERIC is a European Research Infrastructure for Biobanking and Biomolecular Resources, bringing together all the main players from the biobanking field – researchers, biobankers, industry, and patients – to boost biomedical research. BBMRI-ERIC’s registered office is at Neue Stiftingtalstrasse 2/B/6, 8010 Graz, Austria.
EATRIS-ERIC is a European Research Infrastructure for Translational Medicine, providing services for biomedical innovation or translational medicine, from target validation to early clinical trials. EATRIS-ERIC’s registered address is at De Boelelaan 1118, 1081 HZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
ECRIN-ERIC is a European Research Infrastructure facilitating multinational clinical research, through the provision of advice and services for the set-up and management of investigator or SME led clinical studies in Europe”. ECRIN-ERIC’s registered office is at 5 rue Watt, 75013 Paris, France.
The three research infrastructures work in parallel, providing complementary services to researchers in the field of biomedical sciences and support the development of personalised medicine and new treatments.
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You can contact us via the EU-AMRI contact page on the EU-AMRI website (contact(at)eu-amri.org) and request further information or access to any of the EU-AMRI services. Personal data that you share via the EU-AMRI contact page will be processed by EATRIS-ERIC in accordance with the EATRIS-ERIC Privacy-Policy.
Your basic personal data will be needed in order to provide you with the information you request from us and will not be shared with third parties for commercial and marketing purposes. Your personal data may only be shared in the context of your request (i.e. with BBMRI-ERIC or ECRIN-ERIC). Certain personal information may also be shared with third-party service providers (such as web hosting, software provider etc.) only for the purpose of delivering their services. Your personal data may be shared with the competent authorities only if required by law.
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