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(Letzte Aktualisierung: 12.02.14)

IT infrastructure

IT infrastructure for clinical research

One of the TMF’s tasks is to coordinate and efficiently organize the development and operation of clinical research infrastructure.

Promotion of clinical research in Germany aims, in particular, to create long-term organizational infrastructures that enable multi-center clinical trials to be carried out more quickly, more economically and at a higher standard, also facilitating the development and operation of clinical registers and biobanking. As an umbrella organization for networked medical research, the TMF is responsible for the coordination and efficient organization of the development and maintenance of infrastructures that are essential for clinical research.

The processes that require support are extremely complex, heterogeneous and subject to change. This turns the conception, identification and development of suitable IT solutions into a major challenge. The goals can therefore only be achieved by pursuing different strategies simultaneously: wherever possible, processes should be analyzed, harmonized and modeled in order to enable them to be ideally reproduced using software. Where such harmonization is not possible, the modular conception of IT solutions and the use of standardized interfaces must be alternatively pursued in order to guarantee system integration. That is why the TMF projects often comprise a pragmatic mix of both strategies.


Contact person at the TMF Office

Johannes Drepper

Phone: +49 30 31 01 19 53

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