6th Joint Call - 2015 - Results of the call

Following the recommendations of the Peer Review Panel that were based on overall quality assessment of all eligible applications received in response to the 6th Joint Transnational Call 2015, the Call Steering Committee of EuroNanoMed-II selected the following projects for funding (alphabetic order):

Acronym

Full Title

Coordinator

Institution

Coordinating Country

Cure2DIPG

Nanocarriers modified with a protease-resistant BBB shuttle for targeted CNS drug delivery in diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Angel M.Carcaboso

Hospital Sant Joan de Déu

SPAIN

CytoNanoHeal

Engineered nanotools for advanced cell therapies

Summary (PDF)

Prof. Tzanko Tzanov

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

SPAIN

DiaSyn

Development of a new in vivo radiotracer for alpha-synuclein

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Mireille Dumoulin

University of Liège

BELGIUM / WALLONIA

NanoBiT

Nanoscintillator-Porphyrin Complexes for Bimodal RadioPhotoDynamic Therapy

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Petras Juzenas

Oslo University Hospital

NORWAY

NanoDoxer

Towards a single therapy against triple negative breast cancer and neuroblastoma by nucleolin-mediated multicellular targeting with a synergistic drug combination

Summary (PDF)

Dr. João Nuno Moreira

Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology, University of Coimbra

PORTUGAL

NanoPlasmiRNA

Universal Nano-enhancer for a new multiplexing Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging analysis of miRNAs in multiple sclerosis

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Renzo Vanna

Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi ONLUS

ITALY

NanoReHeart

Biomaterials and nanoparticles for improved delivery of cell and protein therapeutics for heart repair

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Felipe Prosper

CLÍNICA UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA

SPAIN

NanoTech4ALS

MRI-guided, intrathecal delivery of hydrogel-embedded glial progenitors for treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Piotr Walczak

University of Warmia and Mazury

POLAND

Nanotumim

Targeting tumor microevironment by a translational multivalent nanomedicine: towards an effective anticancer combination immunotherapy

Summary (PDF)

Prof. Verónique Préat

Université catholique de Louvain

BELGIUM / BRUSSELS-WALLONIA

PCInano

Nanoparticle mediated Photochemical Internalisation (PCI) of small anticancer drugs

Summary (PDF)

Dr. Kristian Berg

Oslo University Hospital

NORWAY

Target4Cancer

(Nano) systems with active targeting to sensitize colorectal cancer stem cells to anti-tumoral treatment

Summary (PDF)

Prof. Simo Schwartz Navarro

Hospital Universitari Vall d’Hebron. Vall d’Hebron Institut de Recerca

SPAIN

The final budget of each funded project partner is to be negotiated and specified by the relevant funding agency.

Peer Review Panel MEETING (23-24th June 2015, Jerusalem – Israel): list of participating evaluators (PDF).

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