Mission

At the CCB,
collaboration is a priority

The Cohort Coordination Board (CCB) is a forum for knowledge exchange between cohort-based projects aimed at fostering partnerships, discussing similar challenges and reducing overlap between projects.

Members

Sparking
cooperation
across EU-funded projects

The CCB is composed of all the EU-funded projects conducting COVID-19 cohort-based research plus representatives from the European Commission and other relevant initiatives, partners from industry and other stakeholders.

Research

Stay up-to-date to the latest news

Stay up-to-date to latest scientific communication about COVID-19 cohort-based research.

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What is the CCB?

The Cohort Coordination Board (CCB) is a forum that brings together cohort-based COVID-19 research projects across Europe alongside representatives from the European Commission, EMA, ECDC and EFPIA. It aims to encourage knowledge-sharing, facilitate partnerships, discuss similar challenges and reduce overlap between projects. During the CCB’s monthly meetings, members and external experts are invited to present new initiatives, share preliminary results and discuss common challenges.

Originally managed under the auspices of the Horizon 2020 ORCHESTRA project, the CCB has since been included into the Horizon Europe VERDI and CoMeCT projects. Today the CCB includes more than 50 representatives from 16 different projects and institutions, and offers a trusted environment for collaboration among researchers and for evidence generation to inform public health decisions.

Mission

Publications

Challenges of data sharing in European Covid-19 projects: A learning opportunity for advancing pandemic preparedness and response

October 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic saw a massive investment into collaborative research projects with a focus on producing data to support public health decisions. We relay our direct experience of four projects funded under the Horizon2020 programme, namely ReCoDID, ORCHESTRA, unCoVer and SYNCHROS. The projects provide insight into the complexities of sharing patient level data from observational...

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