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... ng the need for e.g. intensive care. The feasibility study will be used to plan the clinical testing of the IscAlert sensor on human patients. Clinical testing will be organized in cooperation with Oslo University Hospital and up to five European hospitals. During the feasibility study Sensocure will establish the legal framework needed for the clinical testing. The result of this work will be a d ...
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Klasserommet utenfor landegrensene

Start date: 01 Jul 2016, End date: 30 Jun 2018,

Hersleb high school is an urban school in Oslo located downtown. The school offers general studies and health- and youth studies and has 750 students and 85 teachers. The school has a formal cooperation agreement with the University of Oslo with a special focus on biology and geosciences and a cooperation agreement with Oslo University hospital which includes five hospitals in Oslo. The school’s v ...
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... blind”, using indirect measures as well as their anatomical experience to decide where they should inject. The INTUI-VIEW solution will change this.In the INTUI-VIEW project, Philips, B.Braun and Oslo University Hospital are partnering in order to bring an ultrasound tablet solution with needle tracking technology to the market. The solution is a revolutionary and new technique. It will speed up t ...
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... required for the photosensitive agents to become activated, killing the tumour cells from the inside. Lumiblast requires a concerted interdisciplinary action. The project coordinator (Berg’s group, Oslo University Hospital, OUS) is world renowned in PDT and photomedicine, while the team from the University of Athens (Georgios Vougioukalakis’ group, UoA) is up and coming with high expertise in synt ...
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Språk , utvikling, kommunikasjon og kultur

Start date: 01 Mar 2015, End date: 01 Mar 2017,

Hersleb Upper Secondary School is situated in the centre of Oslo in a newly restored building dating from 1922. Our courses are GCSE A-level courses and vocational training programs. The school has 600 pupils and 60 teachers.The school has signed a formal cooperation agreement with the University of Oslo, focusing on biology and geosciences. Hersleb Upper Secondary school also has a cooperation ag ...
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Children’s Liver Tumour European Research Network (ChiLTERN)

Start date: 01 Jan 2016, End date: 31 Dec 2020,

Liver cancer in the paediatric population is rare with an incidence approximately 1-1.5 per million population. The commonest tumour seen in the childhood population is hepatoblastoma (HB), usually seen in young children and infants. Much rarer (about 10% of paediatric liver cancers) is hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), usually seen in the teenage population and sometimes associated with underlying ...
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Neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) is a major cause of death or long-term disability in infants born at term in the western world, affecting about 1-4 per 1.000 life births and consequently about 5-20.000 infants per year in Europe.Hypothermic treatment became the only established therapy to improve outcome after perinatal hypoxic-ischemic insults. Despite hypothermia and neonatal inte ...
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The research in which the young scientists of the EU-GliaPhD consortium will be trained is centred on the role of neuron-glia interactions in brain function and pathology.Prompted by exciting discoveries of recent years, many academic research groups are currently focussing their research on the field of neuron-glia interactions for a better understanding of brain function. Also the private sector ...
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High Performance Soft-tissue Navigation (HiPerNav)

Start date: 01 Nov 2016, End date: 31 Oct 2020,

Primary liver cancer, which consists predominantly of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), is the fifth most common cancer worldwide and the third most common cause of cancer mortality. A successful surgical resection of HCC requires complete removal of the tumour while sparing as much healthy tissue as possible. Due to technical and clinical difficulties relatively low percentage of patients are eligi ...
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Every year, 1.3 million Europeans have a stroke and one million ultimately die of stroke. One third of stroke patients remain dependent on the help of others. The annual costs for stroke care in Europe are estimated at € 64.1 billion. Stroke incidence increases almost exponentially with age, and the personal, societal, and economic burden of stroke is therefore largely driven by its frequent occur ...
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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability, leading to great personal suffering to victim and relatives, as well as huge direct and indirect costs to society. Strong ethical, medical, social and health economic reasons therefore exist for improving treatment. The CENTER-TBI project will collect a prospective, contemporary, highly granular, observational dataset of 5400 p ...
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Imaging the Force of Cancer (FORCE)

Start date: 01 Jan 2016, End date: 31 Dec 2019,

Cancer is the second leading cause of mortality in EU member states with ~90% of all cancer deaths caused by metastatic spread. Despite its significance, measuring metastatic potential as well as potential indicators of therapy efficacy remain unmet clinical challenges. Recently, it has been demonstrated in vitro, that aggressive metastatic cells pull on their surroundings suggesting that metastat ...
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Wireless In-Body Environment (WiBEC)

Start date: 01 Jan 2016, End date: 31 Dec 2019,

WiBEC (Wireless In-Body Environment Communications) is an Innovative Training Network for 16 young researchers, who will be recruited and trained in coordinated manner by Academia, Industry, and Medical Centres. This training will address the Social, Health, and Technology challenges of the H2020:Wireless In-Body Devices. WiBEC’s main objective is to provide high quality and innovative doctoral tr ...
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Blood-based biomarkers such as Circulating Tumor Cells (CTCs), circulating free tumor DNA (cfDNA) and microRNAs (miRNAs) have the potential to improve the development of personalized medicines for cancer patients. This is of particular importance when biopsies of the primary tumor or metastases are not accessible (e.g. at early disease stages or in minimal residual disease) or possible and the ass ...
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The seven specific objectives of TOXI-triage address the operational; technological; ethical and societal dimensions of CBRN response and recovery, and importantly the economic base from which sustainable CBRN and multi-use systems are derived.19 partners in 4 Task forces will deliver 9 Work Packages (WPs) that address: end user specifications; Design and delivery; Test and Validation; and, Impact ...
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MELGEN (MELanoma GENetics) – understanding and biomarking the genetic and immunological determinants of melanoma survivalThe MELGEN European Training Network (ETN) will create an environment for long-term, collaborative, inter-sectorial cancer genetics research with the ultimate aim of improving precision (personalised) medicine. In a 2012 report the European Science Foundation identified the impo ...
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Strategies towards Excellence in Immuno-Oncology (STREAM)

Start date: 01 Jan 2016, End date: 31 Dec 2018,

In 2013, the Science magazine announced Immunotherapy of cancer as the ‘Breakthrough of the Year’. The results of ongoing clinical studies with new cancer immunotherapeutics strongly support this enthusiasm. Following the lead of the top research groups, the Coordinator of the present proposal, Medical University of Warsaw (MUW) displays a predominant ambition of becoming a major player in the thr ...
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Targeted Action for Curing Trauma Induced Coagulopathy (TACTIC)

Start date: 01 Nov 2013, End date: 31 Oct 2018,

... gulopathic trauma patients, and potentially all patients with acute critical illness.TACTIC will recruit patients from a network of trauma centres in Amsterdam, Cologne, Copenhagen, London, Oslo and Oxford to compare the effectiveness of different current practices across Europe. It will deliver universal guidelines for how coagulaopathy should be monitored and treated, enabling the individualised ...
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Objective--The project aims to develop an anti HPA-1a immunoglobulin (IgG), Tromplate® that can prevent post delivery immunisation of the mother against the Human Platelet Antigen-1a (HPA-1a). This prophylactic treatment will prevent Fetal/Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia (FNAIT) in the fetus/newborn in subsequent pregnancies.FNAIT--FNAIT is a rare but potentially serious condition which affec ...
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Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe 2020 (OpenAIRE2020)

Start date: 01 Jan 2015, End date: 30 Jun 2018,

OpenAIRE2020 represents a pivotal phase in the long-term effort to implement and strengthen the impact of the Open Access (OA) policies of the European Commission (EC), building on the achievements of the OpenAIRE projects. OpenAIRE2020 will expand and leverage its focus from (1) the agents and resources of scholarly communication to workflows and processes, (2) from publications to data, software ...
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Although the long term prognosis of patients suffering acute myocardial infarction (AMI) has improved since the introduction of reperfusion therapies and primary angioplasty, the 1 year mortality of patients with AMI and resultant left ventricular systolic dysfunction (LVSD) is still as high as 13%. A major reason for the high morbidity and mortality is that the heart has an inadequate regenerativ ...
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Diagnostic radiation represents an indispensable, sometimes life-saving, tool in modern medicine. However, the growing use of computerized tomography (CT) is a topic of concern in radiological protection, especially for children and adolescents. Children are generally more sensitive to the carcinogenic effects of ionizing radiation than adults. In addition, they have a longer life-span to express ...
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Europe has a number of advantages as regards developing translational cancer research, yet there is no clear European strategy to meet the increasing burden posed by cancer. The FP6 Eurocan+Plus project analysed the barriers underlying the increasing fragmentation of cancer research and stressed the need to improve collaboration between basic/preclinical and comprehensive cancer centres (CCCs), in ...
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Though survival of children with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) has improved, relapse remains a leading cause of mortality in childhood cancer. Given the rarity of the disease, only a large international cooperative group can recruit sufficient patients for prospective studies with specific questions in biologic subgroups. Under the umbrella of the I-BFM SG all relevant mainly European study ...
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"The VIBE-FGS-EUSAN project is a joint initiative by six partner universities in Europe and one partner university in Africa who have developed collaborative links in the last decade. This network of translational research aims to facilitate a strong collaboration between laboratories at the forefront of basic research and field projects trying to resolve tropical issues on the ground. In the poor ...
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Despite a strong genetic component to diabetes and obesity, the rapidly rising prevalence of these disorders is due to adaptation to a changing environment. The epicentre of the ‘diabetes epidemic’ is in South Asia and this is reflected in the migrant populations in Europe. Current prevention strategies are focused on adult life and target over-nutrition in high-risk adults. However, for many popu ...
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In the present Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship application, HYPERTAM, we propose to combine our recent complementary findings in two separate anticancer therapeutic modalities, namely, photodynamic therapy of cancer (PDT) with hypericin or other phototoxins and tamoxifen chemotherapy, fusing them in one combinatorial treatment predicted to demonstrate enhanced antitumoural potency through sy ...
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Breast Cancer Somatic Genetics Study (BASIS)

Start date: 01 Jul 2010, End date: 31 Dec 2014,

"All cancers arise due to somatically acquired mutations in their genomes which alter the function of key cancer genes. Understanding these critical mutational events underlying cancer development is paramount for advancing prevention, early detection, monitoring and treatment of the disease. Breast cancer is the most common class of cancer diagnosed in women worldwide with more than one million c ...
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Glycomics by High-throughput Integrated Technologies (GlycoHIT)

Start date: 01 Jan 2011, End date: 30 Jun 2014,

Protein glycosylation is a post-translational phenomenon that is involved in most physiological and disease processes including cancer. Most of the known cancer-associated glycobiomarkers were discovered individually using liquid chromatography and mass spectroscopy. Though valuable, there is room for improvement in these approaches for the discovery phase. There is also a critical need for innova ...
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"Myasthenia Gravis (MG) is a heterogeneous rare autoimmune neurological disease affecting the neuromuscular junction (NMJ). The molecular events causing and maintaining MG are still unknown and current treatments do not lead to remission and entail considerable side-effects stressing the need for improved therapies. We will address the: 1. Natural course of disease: determine factors associated wi ...
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"Current interventional treatment of acute myocardial infarction (AMI) focused on re-establishing cardiac reperfusion has significantly improved clinical outcome by reducing infarct size and mortality due to cardiac ischemia.It is now recognized that events triggered at reperfusion also result in cell death and may account for as much as 50% of the infarct volume, this being termed ischemia-reperf ...
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In DynICP, we propose to develop an advanced, portable prototype of a non-invasive intracranial dynamic pressure (dynamic ICP) diagnosing and monitoring device which can be used at hospitals, point of care as well as at home. This device will consist of a wearable head gear capable of precise positioning of two ultrasonic transducers, software and hardware for dynamic ICP analysis and data communi ...
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Integrated Interventional Imaging Operating System (IIIOS)

Start date: 01 Oct 2009, End date: 30 Sep 2013,

"The scope of the present consortium is to provide technology and training for the integration of ultrasound and biophotonics based imaging with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET) to define the specs of an Integrated Interventional Imaging Operating System (III OS) aimed at minimal invasive treatment of common life-threatening disorder ...
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European Project on Mendelian Forms of Parkinson’s Disease (MEFOPA)

Start date: 01 Apr 2010, End date: 30 Sep 2013,

"The Collaborative Project on Mendelian Forms of Parkinson’s Disease (MEFOPA) will bring together the major groups in Europe with a track-record in basic and clinical research on rare Mendelian forms of Parkinson’s disease (PD) in order to identify and validate relevant disease-related molecular pathways, drug-targets and biomarkers for disease susceptibility and progression.. Over the last years ...
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Enabling Grids for E-sciencE III (EGEE-III)

Start date: 01 May 2008, End date: 30 Apr 2010,

A globally distributed computing Grid now plays an essential role for large-scale, data intensive science in many fields of research. The concept has been proven viable through the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE project (EGEE and EGEE-II, 2004-2008) and its related projects. EGEE-II is consolidating the operations and middleware of this Grid for use by a wide range of scientific communities, such as ...
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Speech and language therapists(SLT)s are responsible for managing the needs of all people with Speech Language & Communication Difficulties (SLCD). They work in health, education, social care environments, private practice & research and can make significant contributions to people s quality of life and inclusion in terms of health, economic & psychosocial wellbeing.In order to provide effective t ...
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