Within Alliance4Life, we have launched the A4L_BRIDGE project

Last week, at CEITEC within the Alliance4Life framework, the A4L_BRIDGE project was launched. It is a joint initiative focused on advancing research and innovation in Central and Eastern Europe. The project involves 10 institutions from 9 countries, aiming to enhance their competitiveness and innovation potential, as well as to help establish institutional reforms and support technology transfer. The action plan includes 16 work packages connecting specialists across institutions and seven focus groups, with ICRC having its representative in each, ranging from research team evaluation, through HR, to science communication.

Immediately after the kick-off meeting of A4L_BRIDGE, representatives from our International Clinical Research Center (ICRC) went to Semmelweis University in Budapest to attend the final meeting of the A4L_ACTIONS project, where the results of three years of joint work were presented. Our ICRC has been part of Alliance4Life since its inception, and together with other institutions, it aims to bridge the innovation gap in Europe in the long term, transforming the institutional culture of research institutions through open communication, sharing progress and results, training, networking, and building competencies.

The kickoff meeting of the A4L_BRIDGE project took place at CEITEC in Brno

One of the focus groups is led by the Senior Grant Specialist of the International Clinical Research Center, Petr Rychtecký.

Representatives of the International Clinical Research Center at the A4L_ACTIONS meeting at Semmelweis University in Budapest.