Glioma MR Imaging 2.0
Virtual Mobility Grants
Short Term Scientific Missions
Reuse of medical data
How can patients contribute in research?
In GliMR, we aim to achieve our goals by collaboration within and across five working groups:
Working Group 1 focusses on coordinating the identification and quantification of advanced MRI biomarkers for the application in the field of glioma.
Working Group 2 coordinates multi-site data integration and enables the creation of large datasets in glioma diagnostics via the creation of common GDPR- and BIDS-compliant forms and data structures.
Working Group 3 focusses on fostering cross-border information exchange about past and current clinical trials and studies of glioma.
Working Group 4 ensures representation of all relevant stakeholders within GliMR and acts as liaison from GliMR to all relevant stakeholders.
Working Group 5 disseminates the Action’s goals and results in tailored manners to all relevant stakeholders.
Congratulations to our Researcher of the Month and GliMR Member nr. 200: Ricardo Loução of the University Hospital of Cologne, Germany. Ricardo is a biomedical engineer working at the University Hospital of Cologne, as part of the “functional imaging, neuromodulation, and...
The statement is a result of a joint effort of researchers from eight European countries and the US, highlighting evidence gaps and provides a focus for combining resources to tackle these gaps Researchers from the School of Biomedical Engineering...