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Translational Research and Advanced Imaging Laboratory 

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ESUR 2016 – European Society of Urogenital Radioloy, September 15th-18th, 2016, Palais des Congrès

Urogenital imaging: New developments for a daily practice, organized by Pr Nicolas Grenier All details here:

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ERC Starting & Consolidator day on the 6th of July, 2016

CLAIRE (Club Aquitain d’Information sur la Recherche Européenne) will present ERC program on the 6th of July, 2016, at the IECB, in Talence. Program here

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HEADS 2nd Study Day on Health Ethics

HEADS published the final program for the 2nd study day on health ethics, on the 21st of June, 2016. All details here 

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H2020 Infoday in Bruxelles on the 8th of July, 2016

An "Infoday" regarding health thematics will be organised in Bruxelles on the 8th of July (see all details here). A brokerage event will also be organized to help in setting up consortium on the 7th of July (see all details here)

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The INNOVADAY Event will take place at the ENSEIRB-MATMECA on the 9th of June, 2016

More details here

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European conference on personalized medicine organized by H2020 in Bruxelles (1st and 2nd of June, 2016)

Thematics are : Developing Awareness & Empowerment; Integrating Big Data & ICT Solutions; Translating Basic to Clinical Research & Beyond; Bringing Innovation to the Market; Shaping Sustainable Healthcare. All details here

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Translational Research and Advanced Imaging Laboratory

Effective transfer of the new knowledge, mechanisms, and techniques generated by advances in basic science research into new approaches for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease is essential for improving health.

TRAIL program seeks to facilitate interdisciplinary, collaborative basic and clinical research in image- based diagnostics and novel biocompatible technologies for evaluating treatments, interventions and drug delivery strategies. It will also provide evaluation on imaging techniques for patient care, public health impact and medicoeconomics impact. In 2007, we inaugurated a Bio-Imaging Institute called IBIO that brings together multi-disciplinary human resources and task forces (CNRS – CEA - INSERM – University of Bordeaux – CHU University Hospital – Cancer Institute) around the development of in vivo imaging methodologies and applied sciences for clinical imaging applications. TRAIL represents an opportunity for IBIO to move forward and create a strong organization for translational research in in vivo imaging.

Innovate for better medical diagnosis and therapy

Schéma TRAIL

Choosing the shortest way from bench to bedside, clinical practice and health decision-making

The TRAIL project will focus on seven WorkPackages according to the recognized excellence expertise of partners and two emerging and original risk-taking topics. The development of each WP will foster the development of translational research with imaging specialties. These WP will be applied to five Medicine-Applied fields of Excellence: Oncology, Neurology, Cardiology, Pneumology, and Nephrology.