Events


Four Annual Scientific and Training meetings serve as scientific symposia to discuss research results and deal with the ITN management and coordination.

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1 SW: 1 out of 4 Scientific Workshops (SW)

Title: Experimental Design and Practical Data Analysis in Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Location: King’s College London
Date: Wednesday 8th to Friday 10th May 2019

PET Methodology – Course programme – May 2019

Review by George Sideris Lampretsas TOBeATPAIN Researcher ESR1

2 SW Mass spectrometry (MS) analysis

2 SW: 2 out of 4 Scientific Workshops (SW)

Title: Mass Spectrometry Analysis Schedule Scientific Workshop II and Transferable Skills 3-5 February 2020
Location: Bionorica research, Mitterweg 24, 6020 Innsbruck

Date: 3 – 5 February 2020

Review by Fátima Gimeno-Ferrer TOBeATPAIN Researcher ESR8

Pharmacokinetics and multi-cytokine quantification

3 SW: 3 out of 4 Scientific Workshops (SW)

Title: Pharmacokinetics and multi-cytokine quantification
Location: Hosted by the Kancera Institute in month 24 of the project
Date: Friday 25th September 2020 online by invitation

Review by Rita Silva ESR12

Genomics and bioinformatics

4 SW: 4 out of 4 Scientific Workshops (SW)

Title: Genomics and bioinformatics
Virtual workshop hosted by KCL

Date: 21st September 2021

Review by Patricia Garcia Fernández ESR9

TOBeATPAIN Summer School

TOBeATPAIN Winter School 

Title: TOBeATPAIN Winter School
Location: Hosted by Medizinische Universitat Innsbruck
Date: 27 – 29 January 2021

Topics included Neurodegenerative diseases, Rheumatic diseases and Peripheral neuropathies.  Guest speakers included – 

Prof. John Hardy, Chair of Molecular Biology of Neurological Disease, University College London

Prof. Marco Prinz, Institute of Neuroopathologie, University Medical Centre, Frieburg

Prof. Richard M. Ransohoff MD Third Rock Ventures, Boston

e-Seminars where Early Stage Researchers will be trained ‘to critically evaluate’ a theory or findings

Four e-Seminars where Early Stage Researchers have been trained ‘to critically evaluate’ a theory or findings

e- Seminar One – Tuesday 18th February 2020

“The Role of microglia in neurodegenerative diseases” presented by George Sideris-Lampretsas ESR1

Review by Fátima Gimeno-Ferrer  ESR8

e-Seminar One A – Tuesday 24th March 2020

“Block of A1 astrocyte conversion by microglia is neuroprotective in models of Parkinson’s disease” presented by Joana Lama ESR2

Review by Cristiana Dumbraveanu ESR10

e-Seminar Two – Friday 6th November 2020

Central sensitisation in Rheumatic diseases

presented by Zerina Kurtovic ESR5 and Silvia Fanton ESR3

Review by Joana Menezes ESR4

e-Seminar Three – April 2021

Response of immune cells in neuropathic pain

presented by Jeiny Luna-Choconta ESR6 and Cristiana Dumbraveanu ESR10

Review by Anutosh Roy ESR7

Knowledge communication: Public engagement, fundraising and CSR

1 TST: 1 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge communication: Public engagement, fundraising and CSR
Location: KCL, St. Thomas’ Campus,Maisey Room
Date: Friday 10th May 2019

Presented by Aiofe Kiely from the Alzheimers Organisation

Public Engagement

Review by George Sideris Lampretsas

TOBeATPAIN Research Fellow ESR1

Knowledge exploitation: IP and commercial exploitation

2 TST: 2 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge exploitation: IP and commercial exploitation
Location: University of Wuerzburg
Date: 11th July 2019

Presented by Michele Dubbini from EURICE

TOBeATPAIN Transferable Skills II July 11th IP and Commercial Exploitation

Review by Zerina Kurtovic ESR 5 TOBeATPAIN Researcher

Knowledge creation: Leadership & Research Governance

3 TST: 3 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge creation:Leadership and Research Governance
Location: Bionorica research, Mitterweg 24, 6020 Innsbruck

Date: 3 – 5 February 2020

Review by Fátima Gimeno-Ferrer TOBeATPAIN Researcher ESR8

Knowledge exploitation: Social Innovation, patenting, creation of spin-offs

4 TST: 4 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge exploitation: Social Innovation, patenting, creation of spin-offs

Virtual: Hosted by the Karolinska Institute

Date: December 1st 2020 14.00 CET

Presentation by Simon Curtis from Potter Clarkson

Review by Anutosh Roy TOBeATPAIN Researcher ESR7

Knowledge creation: Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation

5 TST: 5 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge creation: Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Location: It will be hosted by Medizinische Universitat Innsbruck in month 30 of the project
Date: 27-29 January 2021

Review by Rita Silva ESR12

Knowledge communication: Science, Media & Communication

6 TST: 6 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge communication: Science, Media & Communication
Virtual course hosted by King’s College London

Date: 22nd  September 2021

Review by Xhoana Lama ESR2

Knowledge communication: Grant proposal writing

7 TST: 7 out of 7 Transferable Skills Training courses (TST)

Title: Knowledge communication: Grant proposal writing
Location: It will be hosted by University of Jena in month 42 of the project
Date: January 2022

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 764860.