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SYMPATH Final Project Meeting – Vienna

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05 – 07.07.2017

  

Group photo showing SYMPATH project meeting attendees

Left to right: Oliver Bannach, Natalia Lyashenko, Vera Bürger, Valérie Vaquié, Matthew Spencer, Johanne Germain, Roberto De Marzi, Amandine Saubion, Luc Defebvre, Raphaela Stolz, Caroline Thun-Hohenstein, Günther Staffler, Christine Mannhalter, Werner Poewe, Anne Pavy-LeTraon, Dieter Volc, Sandrine Villars, Wassilios Meissner, Stefan Grünert, Thomas Gasser, Aurelie Rabier, Alexandra Kutzelnigg, Gergana Galabova, Dieter Willbold, Iris Grünert, Kuldip Dave, Afitap Derya Köprülü © Nikola Tasic

 

The final SYMPATH project meeting was held on 5-7 July 2017 and hosted by the coordinator AFFiRiS in Vienna. 24 representatives from all 8 project partner institutions attended the meeting together with 4 members of the scientific and ethics advisory boards.
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Mistelbach trip

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03.07.2017

  

Group photo left to right: Matthew Spencer, Nikola Tasic, Iris Grünert, Sandra Schweng, Derya Köprülü, Stefan Grünert, Christian Müller, Wolfgang Neubauer © Neubauer

 

On Monday 3rd July, 2017 the biolution team accepted the invitation of our valued collaborator and renowned archaeologist, Wolfgang Neubauer for a day in Austrian’s Weinviertel (wine quarter) getting a personal insight into his many and varied passions.  Continue reading →

Vienna Biocenter Amateur Dramatic Club (VBC ADC) Spring Play – Vienna

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26.04.2017

   © Stefan Lutzmayer

On Wednesday 17th May 2017 the Vienna Biocenter Amateur Dramatic Club (VBC ADC) presented four short plays spanning ‘Life, death, and everything in between’ to a receptive audience in the lecture theatre of the newly opened Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP).

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biolution at the Vienna City Marathon

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26.04.2017


Group photo left to right: Christian Müller, Matthew Spencer, Nikola Tasic, Sandra Schweng © Iva Kalicanin

On Sunday 23rd April 2017 a team from Biolution took the opportunity presented by the relay event at the 34th Vienna City Marathon to demonstrate their athletic prowess. The months of gruelling training paid off with the team comprised of Christian Müller, Sandra Schweng, Nikola Tasic and Matthew Spencer successfully completing the 42.195km in a time of 4:17:13.
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SYMPATH Symposium on Targeting Synucleinopathies

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28.03.2017

Group photo showing SYMPATH symposium speakers, SYMPATH consortium members, SYMPATH advisory board members and EC project officer.
left to right: Kuldip Dave, Dieter Willbold, Alexandra Kutzelnigg, Werner Poewe, Christine Mannhalter, Vera Bürger, Caroline Thun- Hohenstein, Dieter Volc, Nour Majbour, Annemarie Schallerbauer-Peter, Günther Staffler, Gergana Galabova, Iris Grünert, Wassilios Meissner, Joaquim Ferreira, Tuyen Bujnicki, Oliver Bannach, Roberto De Marzi, Stefan Grünert, Jürgen Sautter, Matthew Spencer, Afitap Derya Köprülü, Natalia Lyashenko, Sweta Bajaj 

The “SYMPATH Symposium on Targeting Synucleinopathies” took place at the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) in Vienna on 28th March 2017. Continue reading →

EUthyroid project management team meeting – Greifswald February 2017

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20-21. 02.2017

© biolution GmbHMatthew Spencer, Afitap Derya Köprülü, Iris Grünert – biolution GmbH, AT; Henry Völzke – University Medicine Greifswald, DE

As the EUthyroid project moves into its second half, the project management team met for a two-day meeting in Greifswald to discuss project progress and define a clear roadmap towards achieving the ambitious goals set out for the project. The meeting was a great success and all parties left with fresh ideas and feeling confident and energised at having the tools to implement the vision of EUthyroid. Continue reading →

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