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project manager


  EuroCSCTraining - Euro Cancer Stem Cell Training


  FP7-ITN - EU Funded

My job: 

  Project Manager


  48 Months

Project Website: 

  EuroSCT Website


  € 3.2 million


  My EuroCSCT Portfolio
Project Objectives
     EuroCSCTraining’s major objective is to provide a practical training to 10 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and 3 Experienced Researchers (ERs) on Cancer Stem Cell Research. The recent identification of tumor initiating (TIC) or cancer stem cells (CSC) has opened a new area of research for scientists interested in cancer. Understanding the biology of cancer stem cells has already unraveled pathways and potential targets. However accumulating data has underscored the complexity of the CSC research area and prompts hence the need for well-structured networks to provide expert platforms, rapid exchange of information to train future researchers in this new concept. Partners involved in EuroCSCTraining, both from the public and private sectors, having a complementary expert experience in this new area, are active members of Cancer Stem Cell research and share dedication in training and dissemination.
France UPD - Université Paris Diderot
England Oxford - Oxford University
Austria MUW - Medizinische Universität Wien
Italy FCSR - Fondazione Centro San Raffaele
France IC - Institut Curie
Netherlands UMCG - University Medical Center Groningen
England project manager UCL - University College London
France project manager XT - Xentench
Germany project manager MT - Miltenyi Biotec
My Responsibilities • Writing and delivering of various reports: Periodic report / Final report / Distribution report, Fellows’ Final reports.
• Monitoring of Coordinator’s budgets.
• Writing of Coordinator’s Financial report & reviewing of all partners’ financial reports (Form C).
• Organization of Consortium Joint activities & Meetings.
• Organization of a 4-Day Graduation Ceremony at Oxford University for 50 Guests.