European and Worldwide Collaborations

INFRAFRONTIER maintains a broad scientific collaboration network, both in Europe and worldwide. With many partners, notably the other Life Science Research Infrastructures, we continue to develop the European Research Area. In the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC), we are working with our international partners to create a comprehensive catalogue of mammalian gene function that is freely available to all scientists.


INFRAFRONTIER works closely with other Life Science RIs and world-leading research institutes under the framework of different pan-European projects. Currently, INFRAFRONTIER is involved in several large Horizon Europe projects and has coordinated projects involving multiple international partners in the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) and Horizon2020 (H2020).


INFRAPLUS: Enhancing and Evolving INFRAFRONTIER Disease Modelling Capacity to Enable Breakthrough Research

A Horizon-INFRA-DEV project that aims to expand INFRAFRONTIER’s capacity for human disease modelling, refine its service portfolio by reducing animal usage and developing alternative cellular models, and optimise the use of resources.

canSERV: Providing Cutting Edge Cancer Research Services across Europe

A multi-RI Horizon Europe project that provides cutting edge, interdisciplinary and customised oncology services across the entire cancer continuum.

ISIDORe: Integrated Services for Infectious Disease Outbreak Research

A large multi-RI Horizon Europe project in response to the call on Research infrastructure services for rapid research responses to COVID-19 and other infectious disease epidemics.

eRImote: European Research Infrastructures – Pathway to Improved Resilience through Digital and Remote Access

A multi-RI Horizon Europe project that provides solutions for digital and remote service supply across RI domains to improve accessibility and resilience of infrastructures.


An international multi-RI project that aims to make COVID-19 data broadly accessible to scientists in laboratories as well as medical staffs, government officials etc.

EJP-RD: European Joint Programme Rare Diseases

The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) is a programme aiming to create an effective rare diseases research ecosystem for progress, innovation and for the benefit of everyone with a rare disease.

Completed Projects

INFRAFRONTIER coordinated or was a significant project partner in several EC funded projects throughout the years.

International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium (IMPC)

For many years, INFRAFRONTIER closely cooperates with IMPC – the largest and most important scientific consortium for mouse phenotyping worldwide.


Learn more about how INFRAFRONTIER is closely linked to one of the largest genetics consortium in the world.

The Life Science Research Infrastructures of the European Union

The Life Science Research Infrastructures (LS-RI) represent a powerful network of scientific resources and services which offer biomedical research team all over Europe an easy access to outstanding laboratories and equipment, biological samples, scientific databases and communication networks. Within these networks, INFRAFRONTIER is actively cooperating with a wide range of LS-RI partners:

BBMRI provides biobanking resources.

EATRIS supports researchers in translating their findings into novel interventions and therapeutics.

ECRIN links scientific partners across Europe to facilitate multinational clinical research.

ELIXIR manages and safeguards the increasing volume of scientific data being generated by publicly funded research.

EMBRC is dedicated to marine biology and ecology research.

EMPHASIS focuses on developing and enabling access to plant phenotyping infrastructure.

ERINHA is dedicated to the study of highly infectious emerging and re-emerging high-consequence pathogens.

EU-Openscreen is the leading research infrastructure for chemical biology – developing small molecular modulators.

Euro-BioImaging offers life scientists open access to latest 3D imaging instruments and data management services.

Instruct makes high-end technologies and methods a in structural biology available to scientists.

ISBE interconnects the best experimental and modeling facilities for Systems Biology in Europe.

MIRRI cares for the preservation, systematic investigation, provision and valorisation of microbial resources and biodiversity. 

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