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The last Annual Meeting in Amiens

Preparations are in an advanced sate for the last Annual Meeting of our ITN, to take place in Amiens on the 27th and 28th of November 2014. It will be an event packed, very important meeting, for we will summarize there the manifold achievements of our ESRs, and of our ITN as a whole.

(Andrew Hollo-Tas)

Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 08:50

A well deserved PhD

Ira (Irfete Fetahu from Kosovo), one of the ESRs who has been working within the Cancer Work Package (WP1) in Vienna (Austria), has just got her very well deserved PhD. Well done Ira, we all congratulate you!

And this is not all: rumour has it that Ira has already landed an offer of a Post Doc position in one of the leading laboratories of the USA. Both will have made the right choice!

(Andrew Hollo-Tas)


Congratulations to Irene

Irene Lopez, who works as an ESR in Amiens within the Vascular Calcification Work Package (WP2), has been awarded a travel grant to pay a research visit to the Laboratory of Professor Wenhan Chang, at the UCSF School of Medicine in San Francisco, by the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds. The work will be an extension of her work done during her secondment in Cardiff with Daniela Riccardi. This is a very important and valuable opportunity both for her scientific research work, and for widening her experiences.

(Andrew Hollo-Tas)

Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 08:47

A belated, but warm welcome

In February of this year Mariangela Galante has joined our ITN, as an ESR to work in Amiens, within the Cancer Work Package (WP1). She wasted little time getting into the middle of the work and in May, already presented a Poster in Limoges (France), at the French Mineralised Tissue Biology Days.

We are all wishing her continued success in her work.

(Andrew Hollo-Tas)

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Multifaceted CaSR is a Marie Curie Action
funded by the European Commission
under the 7th Framework Programme