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Monday, December 9, 2019

New opportunities expected for the development of research on neurodegenerative diseases

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News The EU wants to encourage technological innovation in health-related sector. Thus, a new call for projects should be published at the beginning of next month in order to accelerate the development of novel imaging and brain stimulation methods and technologies.

Recent years have seen major increases in the range and power of these technologies across the basic, clinical and patient-centred domains of JPND. This joint transnational call will further promote research aiming at the development of novel and the advanced use of existing cutting-edge brain imaging and brain stimulation technologies related to neurodegenerative diseases. Approaches must be translational and patient-centered.

The upcoming call will focus on imaging technologies (such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Position Emission Tomography or super-resolution microscopy and molecular imaging techniques) and on Brain stimulation techniques (such as Deep Brain Stimulation, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, transcranial Direct Current Stimulation or Focused Ultrasound). 

This will be a two-step call, expected to be launched in early January 2020, with a likely pre-proposal submission deadline in March 2020. Further details will be provided with the launch of the call.

Source :  JPI Neurodegenerative disease research (JPND)


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