Genome-Centric Multimodal Data Integration in Personalised Cardiovascular Medicine.


DIA is a global, non-profit membership organization, founded in 1964. Born from a commitment to ensure the safety and efficacy of medicinal products, we have emerged and thrived as a beacon for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and innovation across the drug development and life science landscape. Today, we stand together as an international collective of experts, industry leaders, patients, partners and other visionaries who drive medical advancements, transcend complex challenges, and shape the future of healthcare.

Our mission is to facilitate disruptive medical innovation and emerging technology advancement, accelerate patient centric drug & therapy development that will address unmet needs, increase safety, and optimize the patient experience, promote effective collaboration and knowledge sharing between industry stakeholders such; unlocking advancements that would be unattainable with only individual endeavours.

Our streams of thought, including regulatory science, translational medicine, institutionalizing innovation, and data in clinical development, serve as the lens through which we define tangible areas of focus for these challenges and identify opportunities for impact.

DIA’s pivotal role in the NextGen project encompasses three key areas:
1. As a member of the NextGen REG Board, DIA provides invaluable regulatory expertise and facilitates access to its extensive network of regulatory authorities. This ensures strict adherence to international, EU, and national regulations.
2. DIA spearheads training initiatives by fostering broad engagement and facilitating the exploration of project results and tools. Through this collaborative approach, valuable insights and lessons are shared across stakeholders.
3. DIA plays a crucial role in disseminating and leveraging NextGen’s initiatives to increase awareness among regulatory authorities, healthcare policymakers, patients, and industry stakeholders. This outreach is accomplished through various communication platforms, including its annual meeting-DIA Europe.