Partner Institutions

FRANCE  
Inserm Site INSERM
Inserm is the only French public research body entirely dedicated to human health. Its researchers are committed to studying all diseases, whether common or rare, through their research in the fields of biology, medicine and public health.
Principal investigator: Prof Michel Simonneau (Scientific Coordinator) 
IPL site IPL
The Institut Pasteur de Lille (Pasteur-Lille) is a research centre, membre of the Pasteur Institute network. Its mission are to study and understand the major diseases and find solutions, to train professionals and support companies to combat these diseases and to prevent their development through education and public information.
Principal Investigator: Dr Jean-Charles Lambert
ics site CERBM-GIE
The Institut Clinique de la Souris - ICS (Mouse Clinical Insitute - MCI) is a research infrastructure of excellence for translational research and functional genomics. Founded in 2002 it is supervised by GIE-CERBM and provides a comprehensive set of specialised services to academic and industrial users. The ICS combines the capacity of generating mutant mice on a large scale with a high-throughput and comprehensive phenotypic analysis of the animals.
Principal investigator: Dr Yann Herault
hybrigenix site HYBRIGENICS
Created in 1997, Hybrigenics is a bio-pharmaceutical company with a focus on research and development of new targets & therapies against proliferative cancerous or non-cancerous diseases. Hybrigenics Services, a Hybrigenics subsidiary, markets very specialized scientific services to researchers in all areas of life sciences who want to identify, validate and inhibit protein interactions in animal, plant or microbiological cells. 
Principal Investigator: Dr Jean-Christophe Rain
IT site Inserm Transfert SA
Inserm Transfert, a private subsidary of Inserm, is involved in the activities of intellectual property management, technology transfer and industrial partnerships. The goal is to shorten the time span between laboratory discoveries and the development of new health products for patients.
Project Manager: Dr Christiane Dascher-Nadel 
   
BELGIUM  backtotop
VIB site VIB
VIB is a life sciences research institute, based in Flanders, Belgium. We perform basic research with a strong focus on translating scientific results into pharmaceutical, agricultural and industrial applications.
Principal Investigator: Prof Christine van Broeckhoven
remynd site reMYND NV
reMYND NV based in Leuven, Belgium, is a privately owned biotech company founded in 2002 as a spin-off from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. The company drives the development of disease-modifying treatments against Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Diabetes and other protein misfolding disorder.
Principal Investigator: Dr Dick Terwel
   
 ESTONIA  backtotop
 Quretec site

Quretec ltd
Quretec Ltd. is a a data capture and management company which was established in 2006 as a software company building upon unique skills in data management solutions since 2002. Quretec builds software for collection, management, and analysis of complex data, most typical in biomedical domain. The solutions are generic and can be used for multitude of uses and application domains.
Principal investigator: Prof. Jaak Vilo

   
GERMANY  backtotop
UDUS Site Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf (UDUS)
The Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf is one of the younger higher education institutions in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia – founded in 1965.  As a campus university where everything is close together, all buildings including the University Hospital and the specialised libraries are easily reachable. Our university departments enjoy an excellent reputation due to an exceptionally high number of collaborative research centres.
Principal Investigator: Prof James Adjaye
Genbridges site Gene Bridges GmbH 
Gene Bridges GmbH, founded 2000 as a spin-off of the European Molecular Biology Laboratories (EMBL), commercialises the patented Red/ET Recombination technology. In May 2004, Gene Bridges opened its Commercial Centre (Licensing, DNA Engineering Services, Kit development) in the Technology Park in Heidelberg.
Principal Investigator: Dr Harald Kranz
   
GERMANY - UK  backtotop
EMBL EBI EMBL-EBI
EMBL-EBI provides freely available data from life science experiments, performs basic research in computational biology and offers an extensive user training programme, supporting researchers in academia and industry.
Principal Investigator: Dr Henning Hermjakob
   
ISRAEL  backtotop
 TAU Site

Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv University (TAU) - Israel's largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning - is home to over 30,000 students studying in nine faculties and over 125 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and the arts. TAU is consistently ranked in the top 20 in the world in terms of scientific citations and among the top 100 universities internationally.
Principal investigator: Prof Tal Pupko

   
SWITZERLAND  backtotop
SIB site Swiss Insitute of Bioinformatics (SIB)
The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is an academic, non-profit foundation recognised of public utility and established in 1998. SIB coordinates research and education in bioinformatics throughout Switzerland and provides high quality bioinformatics services to the national and international research community.
Principal Investigator: Dr Ioannis Xenarios  
   
UNITED KINGDOM  backtotop
 BI site

Babraham Institute
The Babraham Institute undertakes innovative, life sciences research to generate new knowledge of biological mechanisms underpinning lifelong health and wellbeing. Research focuses on signalling and genome regulation, particularly the interplay between the two, and how epigenetic signals can influence important physiological adaptations during the lifespan of an organism.
Principal Investigator: Dr. Nicolas Le Novère


Last update on 2016-07-22

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