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ECRAID-Plan is a Horizon‑2020 funded project which aims to develop the business plan for the European Clinical Research Alliance for Infectious Diseases (ECRAID).  ECRAID-Plan will develop the scope, services, operations, governance and business model for ECRAID to attract start-up investment for ECRAID operations.

ERINHA provides guidance and advice on the overall strategy, organization, and governance of ECRAID and aims to work closely with ECRAID in the future.


Project duration: 2019-2020

More information: ECRAID website


RI-VIS (Expanding research infrastructures’ visibility to strengthen strategic partnerships) is a Horizon 2020-funded project which aims to increase the visibility of European research infrastructures to new communities in Europe and beyond.

The project focuses on the development of tools to increase visibility and partnership opportunities, and outreach events organisation.

The consortium brings together 13 partnersfrom 12 European research infrastructures working in biomedical, social and environmental sciences.

ERINHA is particularly involved in developing the communication tools and strategy, in organizing international outreach and events, as well as international cooperation.

Coordinator: Instruct-ERIC

Project duration: 2019-2021

More information :  RI-VIS website


EVA-GLOBAL, a Horizon 2020‑funded project is built on the foundations of two previous EVA (2009-2014), FP7 and EVAg (2014-2019), H2020 projects.

EVA-GLOBAL is an open-access entity aiming at developing synergies and complementary capabilities to offer improved access to their web-based catalogue of the collections including viruses, derived materials and engineered cells.

It brings together 38 academic institutions at the forefront of human, animal and plant research in Virology, associated with key Non-Governmental Organisations including the World Health Organisation, OIE, FAO and related international organisations such as the CGIAR.

ERINHA will work on expanding access to Risk Group 4 pathogens.

Coordinator: Université d’Aix Marseille (AMU)

Project duration: 2020-2023

More information: EVA- Global website

The EOSC-Life project is a Horizon 2020‑funded project that aims to create an open collaborative digital space for life science in the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The 13 research infrastructures involved in the project will publish data from facilities and data resources in the EOSC. They will link these resources to open and reusable Tools and Workflows accessible to users via Europe’s national and international life-science clouds. EOSC-Life will also connect users across Europe to a single login authentication system and develop the policies needed to preserve and deepen the trust of research participants and patients volunteering their data and a few sentences on Erinha role to be added.

Coordinator: ELIXIR Hub (EMBL)

Project Duration: 2019-2023

More information: EOSC-Life website

CORBEL (Coordinated Research Infrastructures Building Enduring Life-science Services) aims toestablish and support new models for biological and medical research in Europe, by harmonising user access to resources, unifying data management and creating common ethical and legal services. It brought together major biomedical Research Infrastructures from the ESFRI roadmap.

Coordinator: ELIXIR Hub (EMBL)

Project duration: 2015-2020

More information: CORBEL website



ERINHA-Advance is a H2020-funded project which aims to support the successful operation of ERINHAand to contribute to its long-term sustainability.

The project focuses on increasing ERINHA’s research capacities, strengthening its service provision, enhancing its innovation potential and interaction with industry, developing training activities and international collaboration opportunities.

The project brings together 12 leading European institutes.

Coordinator: ERINHA AISBL

Project duration: 2019-2021

More information: ERINHA-Advance website

Answering to the open call of the European Space Agency, ERINHA led a consortium of experts to provide a Cost Analysis for building, operating and maintaining a Mars Sample Return Facility. This cost analysis will be used by ESA to decide how Europe should prepare and plan for Mars Sample Return. 
The Consortium bringing together ERINHA, University of Leicester, Fraunhofer IPA, and Merrick Canadawasfunded by the European Space Agency – European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESA-ESTEC)

Coordinator: ERINHA AISBL

Project duration: May-November 2019

BioMedBridges (Building data bridges between biological and medical infrastructures in Europe) was a joint effort of 12biomedical sciences research infrastructures on the ESFRI roadmap. The project developed a shared e-infrastructure — the technical bridges — to allow data integration in the biological, medical, translational and clinical domains and thus strengthen biomedical resources in Europe.

Coordinator: European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)

Project duration: 2012-2015

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