The Academic Research Managers cover crucial responsibilities in the realm of DIGICORE
research coordination and facilitation. One of their primary tasks is to establish and
oversee research groups, ensuring the formation of cohesive and productive teams and
launch new promising working groups . They play a pivotal role in catalysing discussions
within these groups, fostering an environment of collaboration and knowledge exchange.
By appropriating the focus of these research groups, Academic Research Managers
ensure that the applications and projects coming from their suggestions or from original ideas of the research groups,
are aligned with the with the
DIGICORE's objectives and give a demonstrable contribute to the advancement of knowledge in their respective fields.
Moreover, they promote the organisation of virtual seminars and other
events that serve as platforms to inspire researchers, encourage innovative thinking, and
encourage interdisciplinary collaboration. These initiatives not only stimulate intellectual growth but also
create opportunities for networking and partnership
building within the research network and may attract other cancer centres/institutes to the DIGICORE membership.
The Academic Research Managers, together and in synergy with the Commercial research
Manager and the board of Directors, play a vital role
for the establishment of a European federation on Real World Evidences in the cancer filed.