The INTEGRATE project aimed to develop innovative infrastructures to enable data and knowledge sharing and to foster large-scale collaboration in biomedical research. INTEGRATE's flexible infrastructure components and tools brought together heterogeneous multi-scale biomedical data generated through standard and novel technologies within post-genomic clinical trials. It also provided a link to existing research and clinical infrastructures, such as clinical trials management systems, eCRFs, and hospital electronic health records.


Partially funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme, INTEGRATE represented a Consortium of six entities from different European countries, and was coordinated by Philips. These included: BIG, Philips, FORTH, Custodix, Institut Jules Bordet, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. Each partner brought to the project its own expertise ranging from healthcare technology to clinical research coordination.

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The INTEGRATE project ended in October 2014. A video was produced to present the tools developed within the INTEGRATE project to potential end-users such as researchers and oncologists.

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INTEGRATE was supported by : 

  • Loterie Nationale
  • European Commission - Information Society and Media
  • Health
  • Seventh Framework Programme