EBC is a network of key players in the “Brain Area”, with a membership encompassing scientific societies, patient organisations, professional societies and industry partners.

RETHINKING Alzheimer’s Disease


Rethinking Alzheimer's disease Rethinking Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a research-driven project offering policy recommendations to make tangible changes with the aim to improve the lives of people living with Alzheimer’s disease across Europe. About Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that progresses in stages, beginning with a long silent phase [...]

The Value of Treatment


Identify treatment gaps (or barriers to care) and causing factors along the care pathway and propose solutions to address them. Assess health gains and socio-economic impacts resulting from best practice healthcare interventions, in comparison with current care or no treatment. Converge evidence to policy.



EBC has created the #ILoveMyBrain logo as a communication tool for promoting and connecting all the work being done to promote brain health and prevent and treat brain disorders in Europe.

Good Off-Label Use Practice


The EBC actively supports the adoption of EU guidelines on off-label use of medicines, a policy option presented in the European Commission`s Study on off-label use of medicinal products in the European Union published in February 2017. Off-label use is the practice of using a medicine outside its authorised indication.



Coordinated by EBC, EBRA enhances coordination and collaboration among members that share the common goal of understanding the brain and its disorders by synergising brain related projects and initiatives at both European and global level ...



The EU-funded MULTI-ACT project aims to increase the impact of health research on people with brain diseases. It will create and implement a new model allowing for the effective cooperation of all relevant stakeholders.



ASCTN-Training is a four-year project, funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 Programme (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018) under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Initial Training Network and Grant Agreement No. 813851.

Rethinking MS in Europe


Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex and progressive disease of the central nervous system, where the immune system destroys brain, optic nerve and spinal cord tissue. As a result, people with MS develop irreversible motor-disability and cognitive impairment over time.

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