The network FRCRnet is organising a late summer course on adaptive optics ophthalmoscopy, that will take place in Paris, on September the 4th and 5th, 2019. The goal of this course is to report on the latest advances of high resolution imaging. Physicists, ophtalmologists and technicians will share their thoughts and experiences in the use and interpretation of AOO.
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Overview and missions of the F-CRIN infrastructure
A distributed infrastructure
F-CRIN comprises 12 approved distributed components:
- 8 thematic networks
- 4 service platforms
These components ensure excellence in clinical research led by opinion leaders. F-CRIN also has a national coordination office to lead and energise the infrastructure.
The eight networks and four platforms work with national and European clinical research projects and conduct clinical trials for academic or industrial purposes.
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Provide scientific and operational expertise
to support projects on new therapies or the repositioning of medicines.
Facilitate the execution of clinical proof of concept
Support the set-up of clinical trials
with particular attention on rare diseases and medical devices.
Enhance the skills of clinical research actors
by developing training on clinical research in neglected fields of interest.
The infrastructure supports clinical research projects in:
- Their maturation
- Their set-up
- Their execution
- The exploitation of their results