To ensure the project is conducted efficiently and thoroughly, the project’s research programme is arranged into 11 work packages. Work packages are arranged into three clusters – Clinical Disorders, Translational Pathways, and Technical Platforms – with the Central Management cluster providing support for the project as a whole. Membership between work packages is strongly overlapping, and many centres and investigators contribute to multiple work packages.
Clinical DisordersChair: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
This cluster brings together clinical expertise across RADAR-CNS relating to our three focus conditions: depression, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis (MS). This cluster focuses on evaluating the feasibility, adherence and personal satisfaction...
Technical PlatformsChair: King's College London
This cluster provides the technical and computing knowledge required to bring the RADAR-CNS project to clinics. As well as producing a flexible, reusable platform that can be used across numerous conditions and scenarios, the cluster also provides the data analysis...
Traslational PathwaysChair: University of Nottingham
This cluster ensures that findings from the RADAR-CNS Clinical Disorders and Technical Platforms clusters are translated efficiently and effectively into real-world clinical applications. We aim to have workable clinical devices...
Central ManagementChair: Lygature
This cluster provides project management, data management and communications support for the RADAR-CNS project as a whole.