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eTRANSAFE 5th Consortium Meeting in February 2019

The 5th eTRANSAFE Consortium Meeting held in Barcelona on the 20th and 21st of February 2019 to share the progress and discuss about achievements and next steps within the project.

The meeting started with a special workshop entitled "Preclinical and clinical terminology mapping" to set up strategies for terminology mapping for both preclinical and clinical studies, as well as identifying tools and resources. The second workshop of the day was focused on a review of the current version of workflows and how these will be taken up by the future knowledge hub to accommodate the needs of the end-users.

On the second day, two parallel workshops where held, i) Clinical data collection (trial data); and ii) Combining in vitro and gene expression data for elucidation of mechanisms of toxicity in vivo studies.

The meeting ended with the feedback from the Scientific Advisory Board members, who acknowledged the great involvement of the participants in the project and the eagerness to share expertise for the development of new strategies and the achievement of the project objectives.

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FAIRplus sets out to improve data sharing and reuse in life science research

The FAIRplus project has kicked-off to improve data management and data governance in European health research. The project aims to increase the discovery, accessibility and reusability of data from selected projects funded by the EU's Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI), and internal data from pharmaceutical industry partners. It will also organise training for data scientists in academia, SMEs and pharmaceutical companies to enable wider adoption of best practises in life science data management.

Janssen Pharmaceutica NV is the pharmaceutical industry lead of the project with coordination provided by ELIXIR.  The project involves 22 pharmaceutical, small company and academic partners from nine European countries. It is funded by the IMI as a public-private partnership and will run for three and a half years (2019-2022). European countries. It is funded by the IMI as a public-private partnership and will run for three and a half years (2019-2022). The Integrative Biomedical Informatics group of GRIB (IMIMUPF) led by Laura I. Furlong and Ferran Sanz participates on this project and the main tasks foreseen are the interface with IMI projects in which we are involved (Open PHACTS, eTOX, eTRANSAFE, iPiE, EMIF), the involvement in the definition of the FAIRification processes of data in the following domains: preclinical toxicology, human safety, clinical data, drug impact in the environment, gene-disease associations and the organisation of events and other dissemination activities.

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The project FAIRPlus aims to improve data management and data governance in European health research. The project aims to increase the discovery, accessibility and reusability of data from selected projects funded by the EU's Innovative Medicine Initiative (IMI), and internal data from pharmaceutical industry partners. It will also organise training for data scientists in academia, SMEs and pharmaceutical companies to enable wider adoption of best practises in life science data management. The project is funded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI2) together with the pharmaceutical industry for the period 2019-2021.

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