Why work with us on European projects and grants ?
Innovation, excellence science, multidisciplinary collaborative projects, training. Here a few key words linked to Horizon 2020
Working together in an Horizon 2020 – and soon Horizon Europe – is not just adding one’s technology or scientific knowledge to a consortium. It is about collaborating in multidisciplinary projects and environments, understanding and adapting to other partners expertise and constraints in a complementary way. This is exactly BIOASTER’s added-value : bringing our state-of-the-art omics and microbiology expertise as well as our experience of working with and for academia, clinical and industry partners.
Horizon 2020, yes, but which funding schemes?
We partner up in various different funding schemes of Horizon 2020
Marie Skolowska-Curie Individual fellowships or Innovative Training Networks (ITN), collaborative projects under the Innovative Medicine Initiative IMI joint-undertaking, the Health Demographic Change and well-being societal challenge, Food Security societal challenge, biotechnology part of the LEIT pillar, Research Infrastructures, Fast Track to Innovation. Seek an opportunity? Need a partner for your consortium? Want to discuss future collaborations?
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Our past and current EU projects
Value-Dx (IMI project, starting April 2019)
The ambition of VALUE-Dx is to transform clinical and diagnostic practice, improve patient outcomes and combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR) by optimising antibiotic use in Europe by the use of integral value-based diagnostics. In this project, BIOASTER will conduct molecular epidemiology studies in close collaboration with Antwerpen University and all partners from the diagnostic industry, clinic and academia. Kick-off of the project takes place in Madrid on April 1st 2019.
FunHoMic (ITN, ongoing)
FunHoMic is a Marie Curie Innovative Training Network that bring together experts in fungal pathogenesis, immunology, microbial ecology and ‘omics technologies to train 13 PhD students to decipher the fungus-host-microbiota interplay and improve the management of fungal infections. BIOASTER ESR will work on the assessment of the secreted metabolome in Candida albicans.
Find more information about the project here : https://www.funhomic.eu/en
TRANSVAC2 (ongoing, Research Infrastructure) :
TRANSVAC2 supports innovation for both prophylactic and therapeutic vaccine development by offering high-quality technical services across four different platforms to the community (from academia to SMEs) across Europe through call for applications. BIOASTER offers Next-Generation Sequencing and Metabolomics Imaging within the Immunocorrelates & Systems Biology platform.
Find more information about the project and its open calls here : http://transvac.org/apply.html
NAREB (FP7 project, completed)
The aim of the project was to fight against Multi-Drug Resistant (MDR) Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) and Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), proposing nanotechnology solutions by the design, the preparation and the optimization of several nanoformulations of current antibiotics and novel antibacterial drugs. Andrea Tamellini of BIOASTER was work-package leader for the biodistribution and in vivo efficacy studies of the project.
More information here : http://www.nareb.eu/