KTN invites expressions of interest for an EU partnering event on infectious diseases, taking place on 22nd May in London.

The Horizon 2020 topic “Stratified host-directed approaches to improve prevention, treatment and/or cure of infectious diseases” aims to optimise therapeutic, curative or preventive measures against infectious diseases of major concern for Europe. With this call in mind, KTN – working collaboration with Innovate UK, UK Research Office (UKRO) and the French Horizon 2020 Contact Point for Health – is inviting expressions of interest to participate in an EU bilateral partnering event on infectious diseases.

The aim of this event is to foster and facilitate the development of R&D project consortia for Horizon 2020 projects by providing a platform for new collaborations, especially between small and medium enterprises and research organisations.

The event is open to SMEs, larger companies, technology centres, universities and research organisations.

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UK – France Bilateral Partnering Event

What are the benefits of participating?

If you are looking to lead or participate in a collaborative R&D project in the area of prevention, treatment and/or cure of infectious diseases, this event will give you access to opportunities with like-minded companies and research organisations, namely to:

  • Find new partners for collaboration both from industry and academia
  • Establish cross-border contacts for collaborative R&D (in UK or EU)
  • Learn more about the research and innovation ecosystem in both countries

 

Further information

You can find out more about the EU Partnering Event on Infectious Diseases, on Tuesday, 22 May 2018 in London by clicking here.

If you have a question about this partnering opportunity, please contact one of the organisers:

 

Innovate UK
Jerome de Barros
Jerome.debarros@innovateuk.gov.uk

 

Point de Contact National Santé
Sophie Decamps
sophie.decamps@inserm.fr

 

UKRO – UK Research Office
Vera Barron
vera.barron@bbsrc.ac.uk

 

Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN)
Gabriela Juarez Martinez
gabriela.juarezmartinez@ktn-uk.org

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