Targeting cartilage regeneration in joint and intervertebral disc diseases

A consortium that combines novel highly advanced drug delivery carriers with dedicated targeting tools, state-of-the-art imaging techniques and expertise in stem cell and joint biology.

15 young scientists, 15 partner institutions, 5 different countries.

What do we do?

The TargetCaRe consortium aims to develop treatments for joint and intervertebral disc diseases by combining advanced drug delivery carriers with dedicated targeting tools, state of the art imaging techniques and expertise in biology of stem cells and joints.

About our project

Who are we?

The TargetCaRe consortium consists of world-leading scientists from 14 institutions in 5 countries. All scientists are renown experts in their field of research, such as stem cell biology, biomaterial technology, in vivo imaging, nanomedicine and mass spectrometry imaging.

About our partners

Events

  • December 15,¬†TargetCaRe midterm review meeting in Utrecht, the Netherlands
  • December 16, consortium meeting & ESR training programme in Utrecht, the Netherlands
  • June 30 2017, TargetCaRe symposium during the TERMIS-EU conference in Davos, Switzerland

News

1212, 2016

TargetCaRe midterm meeting in Utrecht

December 12th, 2016|Comments Off on TargetCaRe midterm meeting in Utrecht

On December 15, the TargetCaRe midterm review meeting will take place in Utrecht. This meeting will be attend by our EU project officer and an external expert reviewer to assess the progress of TargetCaRe up [...]

610, 2016

TargetCaRe ESR Letizia Vainieri wins award at Swiss conference

October 6th, 2016|Comments Off on TargetCaRe ESR Letizia Vainieri wins award at Swiss conference

We are proud to announce that our ESR Letizia Vainieri, appointed at AO Research Institute in Davos, Switzerland, has received the award for the best oral presentation at the "Graubunden Forscht" conference for her presentation [...]

809, 2016

Job vacancy for an ESR PhD candidate at AO Research Institute Davos

September 8th, 2016|Comments Off on Job vacancy for an ESR PhD candidate at AO Research Institute Davos

Early stage researcher PhD positions for cartilage regeneration in joints and intervertebral disc diseases TargetCaRe is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (MSCA-ITN) on targeting cartilage regeneration in joints and intervertebral disc diseases in the [...]

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EU-emblemThis project is has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 642414

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