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project . 2020 - 2022 . Closed


Multidisciplinary European network for research, prevention and control of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Open Access mandate for Publications
European Commission
Funder: European CommissionProject code: 101003673 Call for proposal: H2020-SC1-PHE-CORONAVIRUS-2020
Funded under: H2020 | RIA Overall Budget: 2,849,430 EURFunder Contribution: 2,808,160 EUR
Status: Closed
16 Mar 2020 (Started) 15 Jun 2022 (Ended)
Open Access mandate
Research data: No

I-MOVE-COVID-19 aims to obtain epidemiological, clinical and virological information about COVID-19 and patients infected with SARS-CoV-2, through provision of a flexible surveillance platform (adaptable to the epidemiological situation), research studies, hypothesis-testing and evaluation of public health interventions (e.g. vaccination, antivirals) in order to contribute to the knowledge base, guide patient management, and inform the public health response. This will be achieved through adaptation and expansion of the existing, long-running, Europe-wide influenza surveillance network (I-MOVE) to include COVID-19. The network includes primary care networks, hospitals, national laboratory reference centres in eleven countries. I-MOVE-COVID-19 priority activities and research projects will be selected based on ECDC/WHO input and the proposal’s detailed list. These will be conducted by mobilising an existing large European multidisciplinary network, combining the expertise and resources of groups working in surveillance (epidemiological, clinical, virological), respiratory disease research, and evaluation of vaccines/treatments. Through protocol sharing and pooling European results, questions will be answered which could not be efficiently answered by countries acting alone. I-MOVE-COVID-19 will share study results rapidly and widely with national and international partners and with the wider scientific community and contribute to clinical management of patients and public health preparedness and response to COVID-19.

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