Neuronet newsletters

The Neuronet programme actively connects 18 research projects, encompassing EUR 386 million of funding. All of these projects have been launched by the Innovative Medicines Initiative, Europe's biggest public and private partnership in the life sciences.

To enhance the visibility of the IMI neurodegeneration portfolio, Neuronet publishes a quarterly newsletter, providing readers with a snapshot of the biggest achievements within the programme so far. Click on the images below to access the newsletter issues published to date, or scroll down to subscribe.

 

 

Newsletter highlights:

Spotlight on early career investigators: Rebecca Pinto (PD-MIND) and Shruti Desai (PD-MitoQUANT)

Neuronet receives positive feedback from its IMI Mid Term Review

The IMI IDEA-FAST project has joined the Neuronet programme

RADAR-AD clinical study officially starts

 

 

Newsletter highlights:

Spotlight on early career investigators: Sarah Gregory (EPAD)

Neuronet holds successful Scientific Coordination Board Meeting

Development of the digital RADAR-BASE platform within the framework of RADAR-AD and RADAR-CNS

Fraunhofer SCAI launches a new COVID-19 knowledge space

 

 

Newsletter highlights:

Spotlight on early career investigators: Alpha Tom Kodamullil (AETIONOMY)

Neuronet holds successful Scientific Coordination Board Meeting

AMYPAD Prognostic and Natural History Study reaches milestone of 500 research participants

Alzheimer Europe & Neuronet team up to hold European Parliament lunch debate on the IMI and dementia research

 

 

Newsletter highlights:

Spotlight on early career investigators: Tania Fowkes and Shahzad Ahmad (ADAPTED)

EPAD consortium releases first wave of data (v500.0)

AETIONOMY results presented to IMI leadership

Neuronet convenes its second Scientific Coordination Board meeting

 

 

Newsletter highlights:

Spotlight on early career investigators: Benjamin Falcon (IMPRIND)

Neuronet convenes a Scientific Coordination Board meeting

ROADMAP releases a 3D tool showing the landscape of European data available for Alzheimer's disease research

PRISM publishes a series of reviews in Neuroscience & Biobehavioural review

 

 

 

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