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Early Stage Researchers (ESRs)

Danilo Mladenović (HansaBioMed, Estonia) Read more

Project 1: Cross-platform comparison for plasma/serum/urine EV immune-isolation & characterisation


Simtha-Kt Veettil (AJ Innuscreen GmbH, Germany) Read more

Project 2: Separation of EV sub-populations from blood plasma


Tanmay Netke (GVS S.P.A., Italy) Read more

Project 3: Affinity Filters capable to specifically capture EVs


Cláudio Pinheiro (Ghent University, Belgium) Read more…

Project 4: Development of a biological reference material


Alicia Galinsoga (Semmelweis University, Hungary) Read more…

Project 5: Advance from the current “gold-standard” methods for EV isolation, further develop methods for characterising EVs and investigating means to exploit EVs for clinical application


Delaram Khamari (Semmelweis University, Hungary) Read more…

Project 6: Further develop methods for characterising EVs utilising advanced technologies and assess patho-/physiological relevance of EVs and their potential to be exploited as biomarkers


Estefanía Lozano Andrés (Utrecht University, Netherlands) Read more…

Project 7: Defined EV-subset analysis in blood by flow cytometry


Elena Grueso (University Freiburg, Germany) Read more…

Project 8: Tetraspanins role in regulation of EV composition by tumour cells & metastases


Liliia Paniushkina (University Freiburg, Germany) Read more…

Project 9: Exosomal/EV-recruited splice variants & mutated oncogenes contributing to cancer progression


Alberta Giovanazzi (Utrecht University, Netherlands) Read more…

Project 10: Immune modulatory capacity of EV-subsets in blood of healthy and diseased subjects


Etienne Rolland (Bioinf2Bio, Portugal) Read more…

Project 11: Development of bioinformatics tools to explore and compare cellular and EV-contents


Quentin Roux (Ghent University, Belgium) Read more…

Project 12: EV membrane camouflaged nanoparticles as biomimetic drug delivery platform


Francesca Loria (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) Read more…

Project 13: Investigating the relevance of EVs in breast cancer


Delva Catalona (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland) Read more…

Project 14: Investigating the relevance of EVs in prostate cancer


Federico Cocozza (Institut Curie, France) Read more…

Project 15: Immune functions of EV types secreted by tumour and immune cells

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