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Announcement of Investigator Initiated Clinical Trials (IICT) Call 2019

For the fifth time, the SNSF is launching a call for targeted funding of investigator-initiated clinical studies that are outside the industry focus.
Submission deadline: 01/Nov/2019

If you are interested, please contact us early on for a consulting: info@ctu.unibe.ch 
Click here to read more.

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New member of staff: Martina

We are pleased to welcome Martina as a new reinforcement to our Monitoring team. Before joining us she worked at the University of Zurich at the Biochemical Institute and the University Hospital of Zurich, where she obtained her PhD as a biologist in cancer research. Welcome Martina!

EVOPACS Trial: Recruitment completed!

A total of 308 patients have been successfully enrolled in the EVOPACS trial. The final follow up visits will occur within next 8 weeks. Click here to read more.

New members of staff: Nicole and Giuseppe

We are pleased to welcome Nicole as a new member of staff here at CTU. Before joining our administrative team, she worked as a public servant in Germany. Welcome Nicole!

Giuseppe started to work at CTU in February; he is responsible for the implementation of our new project CTU @ SITEM. He is experienced in biology, management and communication and worked for several universities and in the industry. Welcome Giuseppe!

Bern Center for Precision Medicine (BCPM)

Request for applications

First Call for Pilot Projects

The BCPM is soliciting applications for one-year pilot projects. The primary goal is to support innovative translational research projects that address key challenge areas in Precision Medicine.

Request for applications and application form you can find here

CAS Clinical Research

Certificate of Advanced Studies in Clinical Research
in Health Care Organisations (CAS CRHCO) 2019/2020

Still free places!

Read more here

CTU Lecture Februar 2019:
«50 oder 500 Studienteilnehmende? Prinzipien der Sample Size Berechnung erklärt»

Donnerstag, 14. Februar 2019
12.45 - 13.30 Uhr
André Schroeder Auditorium, zmk bern (Eingang 51a)
Referent: PD Dr. med. Sven Trelle, Direktor, CTU Bern
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch!

Wissenschaftscafé Bern und Thun

Was genau bedeutet translationale Medizin und was will damit erreicht werden? Welche Chancen und auch Gefahren bringt diese Herangehensweise mit sich? Welche Prozesse müssen eingehalten werden, damit Forschungsergebnisse im Spital umgesetzt werden können? Was ist die Sitem-Insel und wie wichtig ist sie für den Forschungs- und Wirtschaftsstandort Bern?

New members of staff:

We are happy to welcome Annetta as a reinforcement of our Data Management team. She studied Biomedical Sciences at the University of Fribourg, followed by a Master in Translational Medicine at the University of Helsinki in Finland.

Christiane has joined our Data Management team at the beginning of January. After her diploma in biology at the University of Würzburg she did her PhD in biochemisty at the University of Konstanz. Welcome both!

Announcement of Investigator Initiated Clinical Trials (IICT) Call 2019