Results about: grants

Roger Gomis: heading from the lab to the market

ICREA researcher Roger Gomis, head of the Growth Control and Cancer Metastasis Lab, has recently been awarded a 2016 "Knowledge Industry Grant" (Producte), by the Catalan Government’s Agency for Management of University and Research Grants, for the further development of a therapy for the treatment of breast cancer. His 18-month project, "Lipid targeting in breast cancer", aims to obtain a monoclonal antibody, based on a well-defined molecular target, that is suitable for patient treatment and to complete its pre-clinical development phase. 

Tres projectes d’innovació de l’IRB Barcelona guanyen ajuts per desenvolupar-se cap al mercat

Els laboratoris d’Angel R. Nebreda, Ernest Giralt i Roger Gomis aconsegueixen fons per guanyar maduresa tecnològica en tres productes de necessitat mèdica.

Els tres projectes rebran 220.000 euros del programa “Indústria del Coneixement” de la Generalitat de Catalunya, cofinançat amb fons FEDER.

ERC, 10 anys impulsant la recerca de frontera de l'IRB Barcelona

L'IRB Barcelona ha rebut finançament per a 11 projectes en les àrees de Ciències de la Vida i Física i Enginyeria, per un valor de 18 milions d’euros.

Suport de l'AECC a la recerca en càncer de l'IRB Barcelona

Avui l'Associació Espanyola Contra el Càncer ha lliurat a Barcelona les Ajudes a la Investigació 2016

Dos projectes en càncer de còlon rebran finançament durant cinc anys

Fins la data, l'IRB Barcelona ha rebut vuit ajudes de l'AECC

“If you want to be successful in obtaining a grant, broaden your portfolio when you are a PhD student”

How can young scientists obtain funding to continue their research as postdocs? IRB Barcelona’s Research and Academic Administration Department is here to help them. In the most recent workshop they organised, “How to be successful in your postdoctoral fellowship application”, held on 12 July, in vivo approached the Irish chemist Eimer Tuite, Senior Lecturer in Biophysical Chemistry at Newcastle University (UK), and evaluator of Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA) to learn some tricks that might be useful for young researchers interested in applying for one of these grants.