A consortium of 5 partners from Greece, France, Italy and Turkey coming from academia & the public health sector are preparing a full proposal on "Development of new nano-immunomedicines for Alzheimer’s disease" for the EuroNanoMed 3/2018 call. They are urgently looking for a biotech SME from Spain, Latvia or Lithuania with expertise in the large-scale production of monoclonal antibodies or specialized in the production of polymeric nanoparticles or liposomes.
A consortium consisting of 5 partners from 4 countries (Greece, France, Italy and Turkey) involving research groups from both academia and the clinical/public health research sector has recently submitted a pre-proposal for the category “Innovation applied research projects”, which passed the first evaluation step successfully and is now being submitted at the full proposal submission stage for the EuroNanoMed 3/2018 call.
The proposal aims to advance the development of effective immunotherapy for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) based on the use of nanoparticles. The current consortium members have significant expertise in nanotechnology, molecular biology, immunology and neurobiology, which is necessary for the proposal’s implementation.
They seek one additional partner, an SME, specifically from either Spain, Latvia or Lithuania.
They are urgently looking for:
1. A biotechnology SME capable of designing and implementing the large-scale production of monoclonal antibodies under GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) conditions
2] a pharmaceutical or biotechnology SME specialized in the production of polymeric nanoparticles or liposomes
More information about the research proposal will be provided upon selection.
Call deadline: 30/05/2018
Deadline for Expressions of interest: 14/05/2018
- Specific area of activity of the partner: The consortium is urgently looking for:
1. A biotechnology SME to undertake the large-scale production - under GMP conditions - of the developed monoclonal antibodies against the two main target neuroantigens
2. A pharmaceutical or biotechnology SME which will design and implement a larger (than lab) scale manufacturing process for the nanocarriers (polymeric nanoparticles or liposomes).
The selected SME will enter the consortium that will submit a joint full proposal for the EuroNanoMed 3/2018 call with deadline 30/05/18.
Proposal under development
Evaluation scheme: Innovation applied research projects
Coordinator required: No
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