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IMGENE - Improving Genome Editing Efficiency

A Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) European Training Networks (ETN) H2020-MSCA-ETN-2017

IMGENE is a European CRISPR genome editing training network devoted to educating the next generation of European researchers in the field of CRIPSR genome editing technology.

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iMED - International Doctoral Program in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease

The International Doctoral Program in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease (iMED). iMED enrols 24 talented international PhD students in the field of molecular mechanisms of disease and offers a personalized research and training programme, seeking to empower each student to fully exploit her/his talent. The scheme is cofunded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement no 801481.

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SYNTRAIN- The European synthetic lethality training network

The vision of SYNTRAIN is to create a cohort of talented young researchers (ESRs) with knowledge, skills and multidisciplinary abilities that will help them become leading European researchers. The ESRs trained by our Consortium will be attractive for both industrial and academic employers. objectives. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 722729.

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LIBRA-Leading Innovative Measures to Reach Gender Balance in Research

BRIC is one of the 10 European research institutes, all members of the EU-Life Alliance, that is part of the LIBRA project.

LIBRA: Leading Innovative Measures to Reach Gender Balance in Research is a European project, awarded within the H2020 EU Call for Promoting Gender Equality in Research and Innovation. The overarching goal of the LIBRA project is to increase the representation and participation of women in leadership positions in life sciences. 

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