Projects per year
The CPMO and closely interacts internally as well as externally with clinical sites and other collaborators such as LNS, Uni.lu, etc to coordinate the planning of translational research project in lines with LIH strategy. The CPMO centrally oversees the planning and implementation of all Clinical Research projects and programs. Practically, CPMO takes charge of every step of clinical research projects (lead, design, setup, initiation, operation and closure) involving internal and external parties, ensuring deliverables are achieved and budgets met, and providing specific expertise and know-how in clinical research and biobanking.
- Main point of contact for the various partners involved in Clinical Research projects, including clinicians and researchers
- Link between the units of the TMOH to support translational programmes
- Support private sponsors, researchers and investigators from other research institutions or hospitals in the setup (contract, admin, approvals, timelines, budget, etc.) and conduct of clinical research projects
- Coordinate and manage a portfolio of life science/clinical research projects according to the contract/scope of work, protocol, budget (setup financial contracts and manage financial aspects during the projects) and fixed timelines
- Supervise and assist regulatory submissions (national and international, to health authorities and research ethics committees) according to the applicable laws, administrative and regulatory requirements and obtain approvals
- Support the participation in European consortia and grant applications
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- Clinical Project Management Office - eClinical Project Manager
CON-VINCE: COvid-19 National survey for assessing Viral spread by Non-affected Carriers
Krüger, R., Satagopam, V. P., Huiart, L., Ollert, M., Berchem, G., Betsou, F., Brenner, D., Gantenbein, M., Vaillant, M., Turner, J., Aguayo, G., Vaillant, M., Bahlawane, C., Roomp, K. & Snoeck, C.
FNR - Fonds National de la Recherche
1/04/20 → 31/12/21
Altered infective competence of the human gut microbiome in COVID-19de Nies, L., Galata, V., Martin-Gallausiaux, C., Despotovic, M., Busi, S. B., Snoeck, C. J., Delacour, L., Budagavi, D. P., Laczny, C. C., Habier, J., Lupu, P. C., Halder, R., Fritz, J. V., Marques, T., Sandt, E., O'Sullivan, M. P., Ghosh, S., Satagopam, V., Krüger, R., Fagherazzi, G., & 5 others, 9 Mar 2023, In: Microbiome. 11, 1, p. 46 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-reviewOpen Access
Parent-led massage and sleep EEG for term-born infants: A randomized controlled parallel-group studyVentura, S., Mathieson, S. R., O'Sullivan, M. P., O'Toole, J. M., Livingstone, V., Pressler, R. M., Dempsey, E. M., Murray, D. M. & Boylan, G. B., 14 Mar 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-reviewOpen Access1 Citation (Scopus)
Reference centiles for infant sleep parameters from 4 to 16 weeks of age: findings from an Irish cohortO Sullivan, M. P., Livingstone, V., Korotchikova, I., Dempsey, E. M., Murray, D. M. & Boylan, G. B., Jun 2023, In: Archives of Disease in Childhood. 108, 6, p. 481-485 5 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review