15 August 2019

Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available and running from 2014 to 2020. This summer, no less than 8 proposals for the Radboudumc have been accepted, 4 of them even as a coordinator. 

We are proud to announce that the following proposals have been accepted for RIMLS researchers. Congratulations to you all. 

Project title: Personalized immunotherapy in sepsis: a precision medicine based approach. (1.660 k€)
Coordinator: Mihai Netea, theme Infectious diseases and global health

Project title: Host directed medicine in invasive fungal infection. (2.811 k€)
Coordinator: Frank van de Veerdonk, theme Infectious diseases and global health

Project title: Brain injury in the premature born infant: stem cell regeneration research network. (322 k€) 
Partner: Irma Joosten, theme Inflammatory diseases

Project title: Host-targeted Approaches for the Prevention and the treatment of Hospital-Acquired Pneumonia. (785 k€.)
Partner: Mihai Netea, theme Infectious diseases and global health. 

Project title: DIAMONDS - Diagnosis and Management of Febrile Illness using RNA Personalised Multiclass Signature Diagnosis. 
Partners: Ronald de Groot and Marien de Jonge, theme Infectious diseases and global health

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