On March 28th, the TRUMPET project organized a highly successful event at the IRST International Office in Brussels. The event, called Crosstalk between funded European projects, brought together a range of projects involved in promoting innovation and research in the healthcare field.
The European funded projects involved in the crosstalk
The event was aimed at promoting interaction and dialogue between these projects, with the ultimate goal of advancing the European healthcare agenda. Attendees included project coordinators, healthcare professionals, which has been engaged in lively discussions about the challenges and opportunities in creating a funded consortium working on healthcare.
These projects included:
- TRUMPET, which aim is to increase cybersecurity in Federated learning applied to healthcare sector and find novel metrics to measure privacy and GDPR compliance in Federated learning (Horizon Europe)
- IMPACT-AML, which will promote pragmatic clinical trial for relapse or refractory acute myeloid leukemia (Horizon Europe)
- PERSIST, that promote the potential of big data technology for making fundamental changes in care delivery for cancer survivors (Horizon2020)
- ONCOVALUE, which aims is is to enable the inclusion of high-quality real-world data in regulatory and reimbursement decision-making to achieve value-based assessment of novel cancer therapies;
- PORTRAIT, will create a non invasive tool for early recognition of Triple negative and Her2+ beast cancer patients responders to neoadjuvant therapy. (EraPerMed)
- GRAMMY, promoting integrative analysis of tumor microenviroment, immunity, and patient expectation for personalized response predication in gastric cancer. (EraPerMed)
One of the highlights of the event was the presence of Dr. Ioannis Vouldis, the European Programme Officer of HaDEA. Dr. Vouldis gave a highly informative presentation about the mission project clusters. His insights were highly valued by all attendees, and helped to enrich the discussions throughout the event.
Throughout the day, attendees had the opportunity to learn more about each of the participating projects, and to discuss the ways in which they can work together to promote innovation and research in healthcare. The discussions were highly engaging and productive, and there was a strong sense of excitement and optimism among all those in attendance.