Project News

Neuronet aims to improve collaboration and exploit synergies across some of the key research projects tackling neurodegenerative disorders in the world today.
Our programme actively connects 18 research projects, encompassing more than EUR 280 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.

Below you will be able to find the latest newsletters from IMI neurodegeneration projects, as well as links to project news pages.

Project newsletters

AMYPAD logo, UNIGE is recruiting a PostDoc/PhD/Research AssistantModels of Patient Engagement for Alzheimer's DiseasePD-MITOQUANT logo Newsletter Mitochondrial dysfunction Parkinson15 ROADMAPEuropean Medical Information Framework EMIF

work on RADAR-CNS event logoEPAD - European prevention of Alzheimer’s dementia consortiumRADAR-AD Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Alzheimer’s diseaseEuropean Quality in Preclinical Data

PRISM - Psychiatric Ratings using Intermediate Stratified Markers: providing quantitative biological measures to facilitate the discovery and development of new treatments for social and cognitive deficits in AD, SZ, and MD

Project news pages

 

Models of Patient Engagement for Alzheimer's DiseaseEPAD - European prevention of Alzheimer’s dementia consortiumAMYPAD logo, UNIGE is recruiting a PostDoc/PhD/Research AssistantADAPTED project logo

 

PD-MIND Parkinson disease with mild cognition impairment treated with nicotinic agonist drugPD-MITOQUANT logo Newsletter Mitochondrial dysfunction Parkinson15 ROADMAPEuropean Quality in Preclinical DataIM2PACT - Investigating mechanisms and models predictive of accessibility of therapeutics into the brain

 

 

 

 

PRISM - Psychiatric Ratings using Intermediate Stratified Markers: providing quantitative biological measures to facilitate the discovery and development of new treatments for social and cognitive deficits in AD, SZ, and MDRADAR-AD Remote assessment of disease and relapse – Alzheimer’s diseasework on RADAR-CNS event logo