The first publishable summary of the IMPRiND project activities, summarising the first year of our activities, is now available on our Outcomes page, together with our growing list of publications. Enjoy reading!
At the IMI 10th anniversary scientific symposium, held on 22-23 October 2018 in Brussels, 72 posters and 25 oral presentations were selected to showcase young scientists from IMI projects. Charlotte Delay from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, was awarded first prize for her poster: "Comparative assessment of seed extraction methods relevant for the study of Alzheimer disease". Abstract.
Servier is looking for In vivo post-doctoral scientist in neurodegeneration to join their neuroscience department to work on animal models in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. For more details see the complete job description.
The International Consortium for Personalised Medicine (ICPerMed) database, launched on 5 July 2018, gives an overview on the actions in the field of personalised medicine performed in the ICPerMed member states and may assist interested users in finding suitable funding opportunities and information about potential funders in their respective country and/or region.
The first ICPerMed Conference ‘Personalised Medicine in Action’ will take place on 20-21 November 2018 in Berlin, Germany. Registration is now open.
Sources: ICPerMed, Euresearch
The Brain Prize 2018 is awarded to Bart De Strooper, Michel Goedert, Christian Haass and John Hardy.
The efforts of these four leading scientists to understand Alzheimer's disease have provided the foundation for treatment of one of the most devastating diseases.
For this, they are receiving the world’s most valuable prize for brain research, The Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize, worth 1 million euros.
Bart De Strooper and Michel Goedert are part of the IMPRiND consortium, we are proud to have them on board! Congratulations!
This project receives funding from the Innovative Medicines Initiative 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 116060. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and EFPIA.
This work is supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education‚ Research and Innovation (SERI) under contract number 17.00038.
The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein do not necessarily reflect the official views of these funding bodies.