Joint CARAT/RESTORE survey to identify obstacles in translation of CAR T and ATMP into clinical application
CARAT together with the EU initiative RESTORE are conducting a joint survey within our research networks to identify the most important technological, regulatory, clinical and ethical hurdles for translation of CAR T and ATMP into clinical application.
The short anonymous survey includes just 12 questions and will take roughly 7 minutes to complete. We would be very grateful if you took the time to fill in your answers, as the gathered information will be extremely helpful for our discussions with regulatory bodies and to design targeted support measures for better translation of ATMPs.
Click here to start the survey. Thanks a lot in advance for your participation!