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29 Jun 2016
In frame of the "Marie Skłodowska-Curie Forum 2016 – Where business and research talent meet", which took place in Brussels on 29th of June 2016, the OPATHY project manager Jonas Krebs had the opportunity to present the network with a poster and to connect with representatives of the European Commission, companies and universities dealing with Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.
5 Apr 2016
On 28-29 July 2016, the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Satellite Event will be held at the University of Manchester. This event invites all MSCA fellows and alumni to come together to discuss the theme of "Researcher in Society". The event will reflect on the mission of researchers in society and their moral duty to share their knowledge with the general public, and to be ethical and transparent when presenting scientific data.
9 Mar 2016
We are still looking for Early Stage Researchers for the following four projects: ESR4: Detection of resistant isolates of C. albicans and C. glabrata This ESR's goal will be to identify a set of resistance markers for azole and echinocandin resistant yeasts to be developed in to diagnostic markers. Open ESR8: Candida Proteomic responses to antifungals This ESR's goal will be to identify ...
25 Sep 2015
OPATHY is a an European training network aimed to developing new diagnostic tools to study and manage human yeast infections. The network is coordinated by the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona, Spain, and brings together five universities, four companies and three research organisations, including two clinical centres. Opathy ITN plans to create a new paradigm for the management ...
25 Sep 2015
The OPATHY project partners are searching for 13 highly motivated Early Stage Researchers, who will be employed for 3 years with a competetive salary and an unique offer of training activities.
3 Sep 2015
The OPATHY kick-off meeting took place on 3rd of September at Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) in Barcelona. The involved PIs from Spain, Netherlands, UK, Ireland, Germany, Belgium and Austria presented the planned individual research projects and discussed the training and networking activities.