A Marie Curie Initial Training Network under the 7th Framework Program “PEOPLE”.
Embarking on a research career is not always easy and yet today’s young researchers are vital to Europe’s future. Marie Curie Actions are well aware of that and it is for this reason that they have created opportunities to make research careers more attractive to young people.
Marie Curie Initial Training Networks (ITN) offer early-stage researchers the opportunity to improve their research skills, join established research teams and enhance their career prospects.
Our project, ‘Improving Haematopoetic stem cell transplantation By Validation of Biomarkers & Development of Novel Cellular Therapies’, brings together ten European Partners (Academic and SME) and twelve Marie Curie Fellows to execute the proposed training programme.
The project will be supported by six Associate Partners from Industry who will provide training and development opportunities specific to the work programme.
The project began in October 2012, funded by the European Commission with 3.2 million Euros and will close in October 2016.
The project is co-ordinated by Newcastle University, UK.