The European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2019 concluded on March 3, 2019 with a new attendance record. More than 30,000 delegates visited the biggest and most innovative congress for radiology in Europe.
Participating for the 14th time, EIBIR invited congress delegates to learn more about EU-funding and project management support while enjoying a cup of coffee in the EIBIR Lounge area.
Two important highlights for EIBIR were its Coffee & Talk session and Networking event. On February 28, Prof. Gabriel Krestin, EIBIR’s scientific director, hosted a Coffee & Talk session dedicated to EU-funded research and funding opportunities. Key considerations were presented and led to a vibrant and productive discussion.
EIBIR is honoured and privileged to contribute to scientific progress by helping researchers in the field of biomedical imaging secure funding for their ideas. EIBIR’s support does not stop there, however: EIBIR also offers project management support, and implements the successful communication and dissemination of research results.
During the Networking event on March 2, project partners and members of the EIBIR Scientific Advisory Board and Joint Initiatives gathered in the EIBIR Lounge to discuss biomedical imaging research in Europe. In addition, demonstrators from the EU-funded research projects LUCA, SOLUS, HYPMED and CoSTREAM – all receiving EIBIR support – were on display in the EIBIR Lounge to inspire researchers to reach for their own dream projects!
We can think of no better endorsement for EIBIR’s work that the comments of one attendee at the Networking event: “These support services are a dream come true for researchers and scientists!“
Visit the EIBIR Lounge at the European Congress of Radiology 2019 in the main entrance hall.
Come and join for more information about research management support and EU funding opportunities. Get a closer look to our successful projects and set your future goals with expert support from the EIBIR team. Don’t miss out on our additional events during the congress for an inspiring view on biomedical imaging research.
At this years European Congress of Radiology you can visit us in the EIBIR Lounge.
The EIBIR Lounge is located in the main entrance hall and together with the exhibition area is open during the whole ECR event between February 27th and March 3rd, 2019. Come and join us to receive useful information about research management support and EU funding opportunities. Get a closer look to our successful projects and set your future goals with expert support from the EIBIR team. Don’t miss out on our additional events during the congress for an inspiring view on biomedical imaging research.
On February 28th EIBIR will host the Coffee & Talk Session on EU-funded research in imaging and how you can get your research funded. Join us in this 1-hour journey of science and success!
10:00 Chairperson’s introduction
G. P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL
10:05 What does EIBIR do and how can it help you obtain research funding?
P. Zolda; Vienna/AT
10:10 Case study of EIBIR success: the SOLUS Project
10:15 Horizon Europe and future funding opportunities
P. Gordebeke; Vienna/AT
10:20 EIBIR Strategic Research Agenda
G. P. Krestin; Rotterdam/NL
10:25 Open forum discussion
On March 2nd, EIBIR offers you a guided journey through some of our successful projects. Come to the Networking Event at 12:30 and chat with the brilliant scientific mentors who brought to life LUCA (a multimodal imaging device for thyroid nodules combining laser and ultrasound) , SOLUS (on optical and ultrasound diagnostics of breast cancer) , HYPMED (hybrid PET/MRI insert for breast cancer) and COSTREAM (investigating the link between stroke and Alzheimer’s).
On March 2nd at 14:00, we invite you to attend the EFRS workshop discussing the “Growing radiography research”. During this session you can learn about how to turn your research idea into reality: opportunities for European funding from Pamela Zolda, one of our experts in this area.
We look forward to seeing you at ECR 2019!
We have recently published our Strategic Research Agenda for Biomedical Imaging. It presents current challenges in healthcare and highlights how innovative biomedical imaging can help address them. The strategic research agenda aims to encourage research funding mechanisms to include biomedical imaging. It was developed in collaboration with our shareholders representing scientific societies related to biomedical imaging, as well as EIBIR’s Scientific Advisory Board.
The Horizon Europe funding programme will be implemented through three pillars; Open Science, Global Challenges and Industrial Competitiveness and Open Innovation. These support projects driven by researchers, research related to societal challenges with ambitious goals and research aiming to… make Europe a frontrunner in market-creating innovation respectively.
While the European Commission continues to iron out details of the next framework progamme, it has already decided on a name: Horizon Europe. The proposed budget for Horizon Europe will be almost €100 billion, including Euratom. This would be a substantial increase on funding in Horizon 2020 (€77 Billion).