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  • SysMedPD partner MIMETAS develops gut-on-a-chip technology

    MIMETAS (Leiden, The Netherlands) has developed a model for high-throughput screening of perfused 3D gut tubules in collaboration with Roche. The results of this research are now published in the leading scientific journal Nature Communications. In the publication, it is demonstrated that this reproducible in vitro system is able to robustly...

  • SysMedPD at International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders

    Around 70 delegates gathered during June 26-28, 2017 at the International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders (INBC) in Valencia, Spain. The event offered an excellent opportunity for researchers and young scientists to meet and discuss current topics in the field of neurodegenerative disorders, including Parkinson’s disease (PD), and to...

  • First publications online

    The consortium is happy to share its first publications related to SysMedPD. Further publications will follow as the project progresses.

  • Project Interview on the Systems Medicine Web Hub

    The Systems Medicine Web Hub features an interview on the SysMedPD project, providing an overview of the methodology, approach, and the long term goals of the project. The Systems Medicine Web Hub is an initiative of the European Commission (DG Health Research), the Projekttraeger Juelich (PTJ) and the Federal German Ministry for Education and...

  • CASyM - Coordinating Systems Medicine across Europe

    The Coordinating Action Systems Medicine (CASyM) is a multidisciplinary European consortium that joined forces to develop an implementation strategy (road map) for Systems Medicine and to complement the numerous systems initiatives across Europe. 22 partners from 11 countries collaborate to build an open network which fosters integration,...

  • SysMedPD consortium meets for its 1st Progress Meeting

    From January 12-13, 2017, the SysMedPD consortium gathered for its 1st Progress Meeting at the University of Leiden, Netherlands. After a welcome note by the host Prof. Thomas Hankemeier, Head of the Division for Analytical Biosciences, and Prof. Rudi Balling, Director of the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB), the event started...

  • Art2Cure: Art fundraiser helps to launch new associated project “MitoVisage”

    On June 25th 2016 at the Galerie L'Indépendance of the Banque Internationale à Luxembourg, an art exhibition showcasing 18 artists from Luxembourg was opened to the public. The event called “Art2Cure” was organised by Sabine Mosch at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) with the aim to raise awareness of, and funds for research...


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