The Biomedical Alliance in Europe organises regular teleconferences in different formations and organises multiple face-to-face meetings.

There are two annual meetings for all members; the Spring Meeting and at the end of the year the General Assembly. These meetings provide an opportunity to discuss activities and relevant policy developments, take important internal decisions and to network.

In addition, the Committee, Taskforces and Working Group organise regular meetings depending on the activities and availability of their members. During these meetings, members exchange information and jointly work on common projects.

The BioMed Alliance also contributes to the organisation of ad-hoq events on topics that are relevant to its members. Upcoming events include:

During the Berlin Science Week, the Berlin Institute of Health organises in partnership with “Der Tagesspiegel” (Germany’s leading capital newspaper) the 4th Future Medicine Science Match on 7 Nov attracting up to 800 participants. Within this framework, the Biomedical Alliance in Europe in partnership with Berlin Institute of Health plans to organise an afternoon event to promote the value of health research and explore ways to bridge the gaps between basic and translational approaches.

More information is available here

19 November, 14.00-18.00 at Rue de l’Industrie 24 in Brussels.

The BioMed Alliance and the European Association of Urology (EAU) are organising a workshop on Horizon Europe and the EU research funding landscape in Europe. The workshop entitled ‘Navigating EU health research funding. Looking ahead to Horizon Europe 2021-2027’ will take place the day before the General Assembly.

The workshop will take an in-depth look at funding opportunities within the new framework programme, particularly for biomedical and health research. The event is divided into four parts: an introduction, an overview of EU funding opportunities for health research, a panel discussion on strategic approaches and an exchange on tips for success.

Participation is open, anyone with an interest in research is encouraged to register by e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The draft agenda is available here

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