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RETICS

RETICS (Networks for Cooperative Research in Health) are organisational structures formed through association to the Instituto de Salud Carlos III of a range of multidisciplinary research centres and groups in biomedicine dependent on different public administrations or on the private sector, belonging to at least four Autonomous Communities, which seek to conduct cooperative research projects of general interest.

They respond to the priorities of the National Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2013-2016 in the health care sector and integrate different types of research as a strategy to shorten the gap between the production of new knowledge and the transfer and application of this knowledge to medical practice.

The overall objective of RETICS is to promote collaboration among research groups of the National Health System working on related areas while also helping to support the structure of research conducted in such groups.

In terms of the structure, a general coordinator will have the task of conducting the scientific coordination and monitoring of the Network and the programme coordinators will be responsible for the scientific coordination of each programme. Between six and fifteen research groups per programme and four or more Autonomous Communities will be required to set up and maintain a Network.

There are currently 14 subject networks for co-operative research into healthcare. 

CONTACT: reticsinformacion@isciii.es

LIST OF NETWORKS:

RETICS - CONVOCATORIA 2016
NETWORK ISCIIINOMENCLATURECOORDINATORPAG. WEBLOGO
Actividades Preventivas y Promoción de la SaludREDIAPP ISCIIIBonaventura Bolíbar Ribaswww.rediapp.org


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Investigación en Patología Infecciosa REIPI ISCIIIJesús Rodríguez Bañowww.reipi.org
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Eye Diseases: Prevención, detección precoz, tratamiento y rehabilitación de las patologías ocularesOFTARED ISCIIIJose Carlos Pastor Jimenowww.oftared.com

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Renal Research REDINREN ISCIIIAlberto Ortiz Arduanhttp://redinren.org/
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Tropical Disease Collaborative Research RICET ISCIIIBasilio Valladares Hernándezwww.ricet.es

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Cerebrovascular DiseasesINVICTUS+ ISCIIIJose Antonio Castillo Sánchezwww.renevas.es
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Multiple SclerosisREEM ISCIIILuisa María Villar Guimeranswww.reem.es
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Research in Inflammatory Rheumatic DiseasesRIER ISCIIIJosé Luis Pablos Álvarezwww.red-rier.orgRier.JPG
Asthma, allergic and adverse reactionsARADyAL ISCIIIMaría José Torres Jaénhttp://aradyal.org/

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Salud Materno infantil y del DesarrolloSAMID ISCIIIMáximo Vento Torreswww.redsamid.net
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Research in Healthcare Services for Chronic Diseases REDISSEC ISCIIIJose María Quintana Lópezwww.redissec.com/es
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AIDS ResearchRIS ISCIIISantiago Moreno Guillénwww.redris.es
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Cellular TherapyTERCEL ISCIIIJose María Moraleda Jiménezwww.red-tercel.comTercel.JPG
Trastornos AdictivosRTA ISCIIIFernando Rodríguez de Fonsecawww.redrta.es RTA 2.JPG

 

NETWORKS

The Networks for Cooperative Research in Health are organisational structures formed through association to the Instituto de Salud Carlos III of a range of multidisciplinary research centres and groups in biomedicine belonging to at least four Autonomous Communities, which seek to conduct cooperative research projects of transversal character.

They respond to the priorities of the National Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2013-2016 in the health care sector and integrate different types of research as a strategy to shorten the gap between the production of new knowledge and the transfer and application of this knowledge to medical practice.

The aim of the Networks is to provide high-level scientific, technical and technological support to R+D+I projects in Health Science and Technology, to promote transversal projects specific to the area of activity, to promote Spanish participation in international programmes and platforms as well as to foster innovation in health technologies as an instrument to contribute to the sustainability of the National Health Service.

In terms of the structure, a general coordinator will have the task of conducting the scientific coordination and monitoring of the Network and the programme coordinators will be responsible for the scientific coordination of each programme. Between six and fifteen research groups per programme and four or more Autonomous Communities will be required to set up and maintain a Network.

There are currently 5 support platforms for research into healthcare sciences and technologies.

CONTACT: reticsinformacion@isciii.es

LIST OF NETWORKS:

PLATAFORMAS - CONVOCATORIA 2017
PLATAFORMAS ISCIIINOMENCLATURECOORDINATORWEBSITELOGO
BiobanksRNBB ISCIIICristina Villena Portellawww.redbiobancos.es
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Innovation in Medical and Health TechnologiesITEMAS ISCIIIFrancisco Galo Peralta Fernándezwww.itemas.org

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Clinical Research and Clinical Trials UnitsSCREN ISCIIIEmilio Vargas Castrillónwww.scren.es
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Porteómica, Genómica y Líneas CelularesPRB3 ISCIIIFernando Corrales Izquierdowww.prb3.org

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BioinformaticsINB ISCIIIAlfonso Valencia Herrerahttp://inb-elixir.es/ 

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