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Register BIOMED
On-going research projects

 
Site BIOMED
(Biomedicine and Health (BIOMED2) 1994-1998)) in collaboration with CORDIS
(Community Research and Development Information Service).

 
Content The
BIOMED site provides information about on-going biomedical research
projects supported by the European Union. They are sub-divided into 13
categories (see below – further information). The only specific Clinical
Trials Register can be found under ‘1.3 Clinical Trials’ within
‘Area 1 Pharmaceuticals Research’. This listing gives details of 12
trials, together with contact details on each one.

 
Other
information available
Other
areas covered besides Pharmaceuticals Research include research on:



Biomedical technology and

engineering

Brain

Cancer

AIDS, tuberculosis and other

infectious diseases

Cardiovascular diseases

Chronic diseases, ageing and age-

related diseases

   


Occupational and environmental

health

Rare diseases

Human genome

Public health, including health

services research

Biomedical ethics

Horizontal activities

There
are clinical research listings within the following categories: AIDS,
tuberculosis and other infectious diseases, brain research, cardiovascular
diseases and rare diseases, which include some controlled trials.

   

The site also has details of events and news, access to BIOMED
newsletters, and a CORDIS icon links to the European Union’s Community
Research and Development Information Service.

 
Access Free.
No password or pre-registration required.

 
Comments Visitors
seeking specific information on clinical trials will find the listing
under pharmaceuticals research useful. The listings under ‘Clinical
Research’ for brain, cardiovascular diseases and rare diseases may also
contain some clinical trials information, although not separately listed.
The CORDIS icon gives access to a search facility for all databases, but
not specifically for the list of ongoing research projects.

      

The site, including the on-going research projects, was last updated in
September 1998.

  

 

 




 

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Clinical Trial
 

 

 

Site

BIOMED (Biomedicine and Health (BIOMED2) 1994-1998)) in collaboration with CORDIS (Community Research and Development Information Service).

 

Content

The BIOMED site provides information about on-going biomedical research projects supported by the European Union. They are sub-divided into 13 categories (see below – further information). The only specific Clinical Trials Register can be found under ‘1.3 Clinical Trials’ within ‘Area 1 Pharmaceuticals Research’. This listing gives details of 12 trials, together with contact details on each one.

 

Other information available

Other areas covered besides Pharmaceuticals Research include research on:


Biomedical technology and
engineering
Brain
Cancer
AIDS, tuberculosis and other
infectious diseases
Cardiovascular diseases
Chronic diseases, ageing and age-
related diseases
   


Occupational and environmental
health
Rare diseases
Human genome
Public health, including health
services research
Biomedical ethics
Horizontal activities

There are clinical research listings within the following categories: AIDS, tuberculosis and other infectious diseases, brain research, cardiovascular diseases and rare diseases, which include some controlled trials.
   
The site also has details of events and news, access to BIOMED newsletters, and a CORDIS icon links to the European Union’s Community Research and Development Information Service.

 

Access

Free. No password or pre-registration required.

 

Comments

Visitors seeking specific information on clinical trials will find the listing under pharmaceuticals research useful. The listings under ‘Clinical Research’ for brain, cardiovascular diseases and rare diseases may also contain some clinical trials information, although not separately listed. The CORDIS icon gives access to a search facility for all databases, but not specifically for the list of ongoing research projects.
      
The site, including the on-going research projects, was last updated in September 1998.