FACTS AND FIGURES

800
MORE THAN 800 INVESTIGATORS WORKING ON EF Clif SPONSORED SCIENTIFIC PROJECTS, FUNDED WITH MORE THAN
7,000,000 €/ year
170
35
170 CENTRES DISTRIBUTED IN 3 INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS IN 35 COUNTRIES ACROSS THE WORLD.
106
57
18
NUMBER
OF CENTRES
  • EASL - CLIF
  • ACLARA
  • ENTR
790
191
51
COLLABO-
RATORS
  • EASL - CLIF
  • ACLARA
  • ENTR
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48%EASL-CLIF
54%ACLARA
45%ENTR
Man icon
52%EASL-CLIF
46%ACLARA
55%ENTR

PATIENT COHORTS IN THE EF Clif STUDIES

PARTICIPATING HOSPITALS Graphic

PARTICIPATING HOSPITALS

RECRUITED PATIENTS Graphic

RECRUITED PATIENTS

SAMPLES Graphic

SAMPLES

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ALIQUOTES

EF Clif Studies
  • CANONIC
  • PREDICT
  • ACLARA
  • MICROB-PREDICT
  • DECISION
*Expected

2019 IN IMAGES

APRIL

THE EF-CLIF PARTICIPATED IN THE INTERNATIONAL LIVER CONGRESS 2019

The ILC took place from 10 to 14 April, 2019. in Vienna with the attendance of around 10,000 delegates from more than 121 countries. During the meeting, the EASL-CLIF Consortium celebrated its General Assembly and the 1st meeting of the renovated Steering Committee

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THE EF-CLIF PARTICIPATED IN THE INTERNATIONAL LIVER CONGRESS 2019

JUNE

THE CLIF-CONSORTIUM
CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANIVERSARY

The EF Clif organized an academic event at the central headquarters of the Foundation, followed by a dinner at the Grifols Museum, in order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first and largest research activity of the EF Clif, the EASL-Clif Consortium

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THE CLIF-CONSORTIUM CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANIVERSARY

AUGUST

THE EF Clif HAS RECEIVED A HORIZON 2020 GRANT FOR THE DECISION PROJECT

The DECISION Project has as a main objective to enhance the understanding of the pathophysiology of decompensation of cirrhosis, by integrating results of multiomic profiles together with comprehensive clinical data and biological samples of more than 2,200 patients. The project will start in 2020 and will last for 6 years.

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THE EF Clif HAS RECEIVED A HORIZON 2020 GRANT FOR THE DECISION PROJECT

OCTOBER

THE 1ST EF Clif VENICE MEETING ON ACLF WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, GATHERING TOP SCIENTISTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

In the premises of the Fondazione Cini, the most active members of the Clif Consortium and other outstanding researchers from around the world attended a two-day Symposium entitled "The Acute-on-Chronic Liver Failure syndrome in cirrhosis". The attendants were invited to a formal dinner on Friday 18 and enjoyed an evening together, while sharing their impressions on the advances leaning to a best understanding of ACLF.

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THE 1ST EF Clif VENICE MEETING ON ACLF WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, GATHERING TOP SCIENTISTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

DECEMBER

DR GIACOMO ZACCHERINI,
NEW VISITING FELLOW AT THE EF Clif

Dr Zaccherini is a Research Fellow in hepatology of the University of Bologna and carries out his clinical activity at the S. Orsola- Malpighi University Hospital. He will stay for six months in our headquarters in Barcelona, working on the characteristics of different organ failures in patients with acutely decompensated cirrhosis, using the metabolomics data from the CANONIC Study cohort.

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DR GIACOMO ZACCHERINI, NEW VISITING FELLOW AT THE EF Clif

JANUARY

THE MICROB-PREDICT PROJECT IS ALREADY RUNNING!

The kick-off meeting gathered all the researchers who participate in the MICROB-PREDICT Project for three days in a nice venue, with astonishing sea views. This meeting was crucial to organize the milestones and deliverables planned for 2019.

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THE MICROB-PREDICT PROJECT IS ALREADY RUNNING!

APRIL

THE EF-CLIF PARTICIPATED IN THE INTERNATIONAL LIVER CONGRESS 2019

The ILC took place from 10 to 14 April, 2019. in Vienna with the attendance of around 10,000 delegates from more than 121 countries. During the meeting, the EASL-CLIF Consortium celebrated its General Assembly and the 1st meeting of the renovated Steering Committee

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THE EF-CLIF PARTICIPATED IN THE INTERNATIONAL LIVER CONGRESS 2019

MAY

EF Clif RETREAT

The EF Clif Staff spent two days in Torroella de Montgrí for a scientific retreat. The EF Clif professionals shared their impressions on the research activities of the EF Clif and discussed about the new projects and the future of the Foundation.

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EF Clif RETREAT

JUNE

THE CLIF-CONSORTIUM
CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANIVERSARY

The EF Clif organized an academic event at the central headquarters of the Foundation, followed by a dinner at the Grifols Museum, in order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first and largest research activity of the EF Clif, the EASL-Clif Consortium

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THE CLIF-CONSORTIUM CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANIVERSARY

JULY

THE ACLARA STUDY HAS REACHED MORE THAN HALF OF THE EXPECTED INCLUSIONS

In only 8 months, the participant centres in the ACLARA Study had reached 745 inclusions, from 38 centres in 5 different countries. There were five active centres in Argentina, 21 in Brazil, five in Chile, eight in Mexico and five in Peru. By the end of the year, the patients in the study were more than 1,000, including centres from Colombia and Paraguay, in addition to the previously mentioned ones.

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THE ACLARA STUDY HAS REACHED MORE THAN HALF OF THE EXPECTED INCLUSION

AUGUST

THE EF Clif HAS RECEIVED A HORIZON 2020 GRANT FOR THE DECISION PROJECT

The DECISION Project has as a main objective to enhance the understanding of the pathophysiology of decompensation of cirrhosis, by integrating results of multiomic profiles together with comprehensive clinical data and biological samples of more than 2,200 patients. The project will start in 2020 and will last for 6 years.

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THE EF Clif HAS RECEIVED A HORIZON 2020 GRANT FOR THE DECISION PROJECT

SEPTEMBER

DR EMMANUEL WEISS JOINS THE EF Clif THANKS TO THE CELLEX PROGRAM FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS

The Cellex grant has given Dr Weiss the opportunity to stay in Barcelona as a Visiting Professor during a year, developing his research activity on single cell transcriptomics.

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DR EMMANUEL WEISS JOINS THE EF Clif THANKS TO THE CELLEX PROGRAM FOR YOUNG RESEARCHERS

OCTOBER

THE 1ST EF Clif VENICE MEETING ON ACLF WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, GATHERING TOP SCIENTISTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

In the premises of the Fondazione Cini, the most active members of the Clif Consortium and other outstanding researchers from around the world attended a two-day Symposium entitled "The Acute-on-Chronic Liver Failure syndrome in cirrhosis". The attendants were invited to a formal dinner on Friday 18 and enjoyed an evening together, while sharing their impressions on the advances leaning to a best understanding of ACLF.

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THE 1ST EF Clif VENICE MEETING ON ACLF WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, GATHERING TOP SCIENTISTS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

NOVEMBER

THE EF Clif WAS PRESENT AT THE ASSLD IN BOSTON, WHERE IT CELEBRATED THE ACLARA INVESTIGATORS’ MEETING

A group of ACLARA investigators met during the ASSLD in Boston to share their impressions to the study. Researchers from Latin America and Spain had the opportunity to discuss about the advances of the project and to plan the next steps of it.

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THE EF Clif WAS PRESENT AT THE ASSLD IN BOSTON, WHERE IT CELEBRATED THE ACLARA INVESTIGATORS’ MEETING

DECEMBER

DR GIACOMO ZACCHERINI,
NEW VISITING FELLOW AT THE EF Clif

Dr Zaccherini is a Research Fellow in hepatology of the University of Bologna and carries out his clinical activity at the S. Orsola- Malpighi University Hospital. He will stay for six months in our headquarters in Barcelona, working on the characteristics of different organ failures in patients with acutely decompensated cirrhosis, using the metabolomics data from the CANONIC Study cohort.

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DR GIACOMO ZACCHERINI, NEW VISITING FELLOW AT THE EF Clif