The i+12 Institute was born with a collaborative and integrative approach, with interests in closer collaborations with other entities and related groups that allow an increase in the quality of the activities developed.
Therefore, from the i+12 Institute we offer you the following methods of collaboration, from contracting one of our services to integration into our structure as a full member.
Methods of collaboration:
Currently, the Platforms and Departments offered by the Institute are the following:
To access the complete services portfolio of the Institute, click on the following link
In the following section there is more information regarding the realisation of stays in the i+12 Institute:
The description section of our research areas and groups details the main lines of research developed in each of the programmes defined in the scientific structure, as well as the name and contact information of those responsible.
Additionally, you can communicate your scientific interests through the following email address and we will answer you as soon as possible:
To start a clinical trial at the i+12 Institute, one of the first stages consists of the approval of the trial protocol by the Ethic Committee for Research with medicinal products (ECR).
In the following link you will find additional information related to this Committee, as well as the necessary documentation to present in the evaluation of the trial.
In case of not having initiated prior contact with any of the research groups of the Institute, it will be necessary to identify the resources available in the Institute (both human and material) for the correct accomplishment of the objectives to be achieved.
Any entities wishing to integrate into the i+12 Institute as full members must take the following steps:
If you represent an entity
If you are a research group
Find out if the entity you belong to is currently a member of the i+12 Institute.
If not, contact the legal representatives of your institution to proceed with their incorporation into the structure of the Institute.
If yes, take the following steps:
Additionally, a proposal for the location of the new group in the scientific structure of the Institute will be made.