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    Event 16.12.22 - 16.12.22 | online

    ECRIN Webinar: Adopting Best Practices in Personalized Medicine Research

    Join this ECRIN webinar to learn how the PERMIT project and its recommendations can support best practice in personalized medicine!

    When: Friday, 16 December, 3-5 PM (CET)

    Register here

    New high-throughput technologies and the digital revolution are offering incredible advantages for researchers…and medical research is evolving rapidly in response.






    By taking a data-driven approach, researchers are taking large strides forward in the area of personalized medicine. The emerging complex, inter-disciplinary projects require the use of these new methodologies, technologies, and research infrastructure services.

    The PERMIT project was designed to develop methodological recommendations for investigators, evaluators, peer-reviewers, regulators, and other stakeholders that can help them more effectively design, fund, conduct, publish, and validate research on personalized medicine.

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