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H2020: ERC-2017-Consolidator - Nuevos biomateriales para explotación en tecnologías médicas y sanitarias

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDUK20161013001
Publicado:
21/10/2016
Caducidad:
21/10/2017
Resumen:
Una universidad británica está preparando una propuesta para la convocatoria 020:ECR-2017 - COG con el objetivo de crear nuevos biomateriales para explotación en tecnologías médicas y sanitarias que se utilizan en entornos extremos u hostiles. La universidad busca socios especializados en prevención de infecciones con hidrogeles antimicrobianos, tratamiento de heridas en temperaturas extremas o productos químicos para cicatrización de heridas en ámbitos prehospitalarios y no clínicos. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 9 de febrero de 2017.

Details

Tittle:
H2020: ERC-2017-Consolidator - Novel biomaterials for exploitation in medical and healthcare technologies
Summary:
A UK university is working on a proposal under H2020:ECR-2017 - COG: Partners operating in antimicrobial hydrogels preventing infections, treating wounds in extreme temperature conditions or chemicals in wound healing in a pre-hospital, non-clinical setting are sought.
Description:
A UK university is working on a project proposal aimed at creating novel biomaterials for exploitation in medical and healthcare technologies which require operation in extreme or hostile environments. The project will target wound healing, tissue engineering, drug delivery and medical devices. The research will create unique polyprotein hydrogels which possess specific biological function capabilities, enabling dynamic changes in mechanical and structural properties in response to bio-molecular cues. This will be achieved through a cross length scale, physics-based approach which will translate knowledge of the nanoscale biophysics of folded proteins to the mesoscale architecture and function of novel folded polyprotein hydrogels. This will provide a rich area for exploration in soft matter physics and biophysics and define exciting new directions in the hydrogel field. Partners operating in antimicrobial hydrogels for preventing infections, treatment of wounds in extreme conditions of temperature or chemicals and dealing with wound healing in a pre-hospital, non-clinical setting are sought.
Programme: ERC Consolidator Grant Fellowship: This is a flexible long term fund for a period of up to 5 years to a maximum of 2m Euros. The grant is to support excellent researchers to do ground breaking high risk/ high gain research. The primary host will be the researcher/academic institution who can evidence that they have 7-12 years experience since completing their PhD and show an excellent track record of research in this field. and that can demonstrate that they have had work published within journals.The partners can be institutions, companies or individuals that can demonstrate that they have the knowledge, expertise and products within the field of wound care.

Companies or partners can act as the host for the researcher or be a partner to carry out the research and testing, however, the grant will sit with the principal researcher/institution who can demonstrate they have the knowledge and expertise.

The funding rates will take the form of the reimbursement of up to 100% of the total eligible and approved direct costs and of a flat-rate financing of indirect costs corresponding to 25% of the total eligible direct costs.

Further information on the eligibility criteria can be found on ECR´s website or searching within 2017 ERC work programme.
Call opening: 20th October 2016
Deadline: 9th February 2017

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
-companies specialised in antimicrobial hydrogels for preventing infections (pH, hazardous chemical spillages or chemical warfare); -organisations operating in treatment of wounds in extreme conditions of temperature or chemicals; -organisations dealing with wound healing in a pre-hospital, non-clinical setting. This might include military trauma, civilian trauma and point of incident treatments.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English

Dissemination

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