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The 1/2016 issue of the ETPN Newsletter is available!
Upcoming Deadline February 11th! The American National Cancer Institute Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer is currently working on an exciting new initiative - the Nanotechnology Start-Up Challenge in Cancer (NSC2). It is a joint effort between the Center for Advancing Innovation (CAI) and NCI.
European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine (ETPN) and ENATRANS announced during the BIO-Europe Conference, the winner projects of the Nanomedicine Award 2015.
Big data (in the areas of Alzheimer’s disease and blood cancers), medicines safety and respiratory disease are the focus of a €93 million Call for proposals launched by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI). The two big data topics represent the first topics of the wider Big Data for Better Outcomes programme which was the subject of a consultation earlier this year. Further big data topics are already in the pipeline for future Calls for proposals. The Call is the sixth to be launched under the IMI 2 programme.
This page aims at providing basic information about the 2017 calls in Horizon 2020 that are of interest for the Nanomedicine community. It presents of course the Calls und the NMBP Work Programme but also further calls from different units or DGs.
This news aims at providing basic information about the current calls in Horizon 2020 that are of interest for the Nanomedicine community. It presents of course the Calls und the NMBP Work Programme but also further calls from different units or DGs.
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Cristal Therapeutics starts clinical phase I trial with nanomedicine CriPec® docetaxel in patients with solid tumours
Maastricht, The Netherlands, September 29, 2015 – Cristal Therapeutics, a privately-held life sciences company developing innovative drugs against cancer and other diseases, today announced the recent start of a clinical phase I trial with its lead candidate CriPec® docetaxel in patients with solid tumours. For this trial, patients are being recruited in two clinical centres in The Netherlands and in Belgium. The first trial data will be available in the course of Q2 2016.
The European Commission made public the final drafts documents to provide potential participants with the currently expected main lines of the work programmes 2016-2017. However, they are draft documents not yet finally endorsed by the Commission and their contents does not in any way prejudge the final decision of the Commission.
A US-Ireland partnership involving researchers at Queen’s University has been awarded £2.9m to develop new treatments for pancreatic cancer, which is the fifth most common cause of cancer deaths in the UK.
Find the right information and partners for the H2020 2016 Calls related to Nanomedicine
The Award winners will be presented at the BIO-Europe conference in Munich in November 2015.
The EU-funded consortium ENATRANS (Enabling Nanomedicine TRANSlation) launches the first Translation Advisory Board (TAB), a new instrument to provide free of charge advice and supports to ambitious international nanobiomedicine projects.
The call for suggestions for the European CTO of the Year 2015 is now open - who is the most inspiring, innovative and foresighted technology leader you know in Europe?
Last elections of the ETPN Executive Board (ExBo) took place in 2013, therefore new elections will be organised this year during the General Assembly of the ETPN, on 12th October 2015 in Dublin.
The ETPN released its Newsletter 2/2015, compiling internal news but also nanomedicine news, upcoming events, information on future calls...
The Project Combines Expertise of 9 Partners in 8 Countries to Foster Nanomedicine Innovation and Facilitate Regulatory Approval.
The EuroNanoMed ERA-NET released a short clip on Regenerative Nanomedicine to promote the use of Nanoparticles for the regeneration of bone fractures and osteoporosis.
From the 22nd to the 23thd of June, the JRC hosted the first meeting of the national platforms on nanomedicine with 13 established European platforms.
The FP7 nanomedicine project NAMDIATREAM has been awarded best project during the EuroNanoForum which took place from June 10th to 12th in Riga.
The Greek Nanomedicine Platform has been established to promote Nanomedicine Research and its Translation into Clinical Practice in Greece under the umbrella of Nano|Net.
The European Technology Platform for Nanomedicine (ETPN) and the EU funded ENATRANS Initiative (Enabling NAnomedicine TRANSlation), are happy to announce their Nanomedicine panel in Philadelphia at the BIO Convention 2015, in the “Next generation biotherapeutics – the future is now” track.
An Uppsala Antibiotics Centre is to be created at Uppsala University. This was announced by Deputy Vice-Chancellor Anders Malmberg at the opening of the Uppsala Health Summit conference. The goal is for this interdisciplinary centre to be a regional, national and international knowledge resource and forum in the area of antibiotic resistance.
The 4th call for proposals of the mobility programme TECNIOspring (Marie Curie Actions) is already open.
The European Technology Platform for Nanomedicine is co-organising the ETP Nanomedicine Brokerage and Universities "Small Speeches" Session during CLINAM 2015. This session is dedicated to research institutes, academia, large and small companies to present their activities and potential project ideas for collaborative research during short talks.