Collaboration groups

Clinical researchers (oncologists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, radiologists, pathologists), basic researchers, epidemiologists, statisticians and bioinformaticians are already part of our collaborative groups.

ALIPANC groups know that collaboration will ultimately benefit everyone and patients.

ALIPANC was managed and born during the pandemic and has been growing over the past few months. with 58 groups and 139 members from 29 hospitals and 25 research centers in Spain. including clinical researchers (oncologists, gastroenterologists, surgeons, immunologists, radiologists, pathologists), basic researchers, epidemiologists, statisticians and bioinformaticians. Collaboration between the groups is a fact with studies already underway. Collaborations have also been established with external groups and entities, both nationally and internationally. Building common resources (databases, biobanks) in a federated way using the same protocols is among the challenges of ALIPANC. Attracting and training young researchers is a major commitment for ALIPANC.

PANCGATE – Ana Ruiz
The group has worked on initiatives to promote hospital care quality, clinical trials with drugs (I-III), ...