We would like to wish all of you a Happy and Fruitful 2022 and we want to celebrate the end of this intense 2021 with some of our achievements and the people who made them possible:
Also, our first year supporting the policy coordinator, Susanna Louhimies at DG. ENV and the great team of experts working on the Directive 2010/63/EU.
Our recent 2021 study on EU Bioclusters, partially available in this infographics.
Our collaboration with the European Commission Joint Research Centre to generate a repository for human-based models used in Immuno-Oncology research, which follows the 2020 report on Advanced non-animal models in Breast Cancer Research. Special thanks to Dr. Laura Gribaldo and to Dr. Adelaide Dura from JRC for their hard work.
The launch of our YouTube Channel with the FRESCI DEEPBIOTECH TALK. So far hosting Prof. Piazza's talk on the new Alzheimer’s disease Immuno-therapy, Prof. Luconi on 3D Adrenal tumors models, Dr. Amigó on the clinical use of metabolomics.
We are very proud of our collaboration in building a microfluidic platform to test developmental toxicity together with Prof. Miguel Ángel Sogorb (University of Elche), Prof. Michaela Luconi (University of Florence) and Dr. Sabrina Tait (Italian National Institute of Health).
We strongly celebrate the success and the final approval of the European Parliament Pilot Project to build the first public European Human-based search engine for biomedical research. A special thanks goes to MEPs: Eleonora Evi, Maria Spyraki, Sylwia Spurek, Tilly Metz, Anja Hazekamp, Younous Omarjee and Martin Buschmann.
And we also celebrate the great people behind this success: François Busquet, Lindsay Marshall, Hilda Witters, Tomas Novotny, Krystof Dibusz, Fabrizio Rossi, Paolo Romania, Valentina Folgiero, Josep Maria Canals, Jarlath Hynes, Simona Celi, Margherita Cioffi and all our supporters.
We are looking forward to developing it in this new year!
We toast our study and proposal for a sustainable development and long term ATMPs strategy in the Comunidad Valenciana in Spain.
We are also very happy for having organized the first international event of Building Bridges: Methods and Models in Biomedical Sciences together with the
Champalimaud Foundation, CONGENTO, QuantOCancer and the European Commission Joint Research Centre. Special thanks to Sofia Batista Leite, Laura Gribaldo, Laura Ward, Joao Cruz and Annamaria Carusi.
Finally we really thank all our clients, collaborators and friends not listed here, but who have contributed directly and indirectly to our effort in advancing the translation of science into society.
Happy New Year,