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1 June 2022
The Integrated Services for Infectious Disease Research (ISIDORe) consortium is pleased to announce the launch of its website: www.isidore-project.eu
The EU/HERA-funded large-scale project assembles an unprecedented One Health-driven, integrated portfolio of cutting-edge research services and resources, ranging from the most fundamental to the most applied, dedicated to the study of epidemic-prone diseases including coronaviruses.
The website showcases information about ISIDORe’s mission, actions and partners, and more importantly about the ISIDORe service catalogue and open calls for free of charge access to the large variety of scientific resources and installations.
The brand visuals and colour scheme are inspired by the pandemic preparedness colour scheme and epidemic waves.
The overall website structure has been designed in a user-friendly manner to enable researchers and potential users to easily find necessary information on the research resources and services we offer, open calls, conditions to access the facilities and application modes.
ISIDORe is a very new type of action that is almost entirely dedicated to providing support to scientific communities, and as such, the overall consortium and the ISIDORe management team welcome the users’ feedback on website functionality and potential new needs to be highlighted.
The users are invited to subscribe to ISIDORe newsletter to stay informed on upcoming calls dedicated to epidemic-prone pathogens for free of charge access to more than 300 resources and services in Europe and beyond.
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ISIDORe, an interdisciplinary project coordinated by European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents (ERINHA), is funded by the European Commission Horizon-Europe programme through the HERA incubator call and brings together all key European life-sciences research infrastructures and networks, as well as those in the social sciences.
The Consortium brings together 154 partners under the umbrella of BBMRI, EATRIS, ECRIN, ELIXIR, EMBRC, EMERGEN, EUOPENSCREEN, EUROBIOIMAGING, EVA-G, INFRAFRONTIER, INFRAVEC, INSTRUCT, MIRRI, SONAR GLOBAL, TRANSVAC, VETBIONET and ERINHA.
Diana Stepanyan, Head of External Affairs
Dylan Bonfils, Communication Officer