News & Articles
- 14 November: World Diabetes day (14/11/2012)
- Two recent articles of Euro-Thymaide researchers reveal that dysfunction of the thymus is involved in more and more organ-specific autoimmune diseases. (30/08/2011)
- "Stem cells from the thymus can be reprogrammed into other stem cell types without the need for genetic modification and raises prospects for regenerating organs." (19/08/2010)
- Position for a Young researcher offered (15/08/2010)
- Vaccine Against Diabetes? (02/01/2010)
- Read the new article published by Prof V. Geenen and Dr. Olivier Dardenne on "Thymus Dysfunction in the Development of Type 1 Diabetes and Endocrine Autoimmune Diseases" (13/10/2009)
- Research funding for developing protection and cure against Diabetes worldwide still remains too low (12/10/2009)
- A clinical study conducted at the University of Ličge reveals the importance of Growth Hormone treatment on patients with AGHD on maitenance of a normal thymus function (14/07/2009)
- World Day of the diabetes raises the progression of the disease in Europe (12/11/2008)
- The Euro-Thymaide project awards two young researchers : Mr Martin AICHINGER and Mr Christian KOBLE.
- Call for proposals from the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) (18/03/2008)
- Testimony of Prof Vincent Geenen, Euro-Thymaide Project Coordinator, Liege University Center of Immunology.
- Tönis Org is awarded by the Euro-Thymaide Assembly for his presentation at the Training Day for early stage researchers on 11 January 2008. (01/02/2008)
- Comments to USA Today article "Mysteries of autoimmune diseases unravel" (03/12/2007)
- Proimmune LTd, partner in EuroThymaide, organises a webcast on the latest technology for T cell detection. (06/06/2007)
- Five European research projects join their force to understand the mechanism of Type 1 Diabetes and find early diagnosis based on genetic approach (16/04/2007)
- Europe's new strategy for life sciences and biotech (15/04/2007)
- World experts of thymocyte and T cell biology have met in Rolduc Abbey on May 19 - 22 , 2007 to debate on new discoveries in human thymocyte development.
- PROIMMUNE LTD, Oxford, UK joins the Euro-Thymaide consortium as the result of the competitive call for an additional SME launched in July 2006 (01/02/2007)
- Two young researchers are awarded by Euro-Thymaide Assembly for their presentation at the Training Day for early stage researchers on 30 November 2006.
- EURO-THYMAIDE publishes EDTSA, the European Database of Thymus self-antigens.
- Successful Workshop organised in Italy on Development and functions of Immune System: new insights from the study of mouse models. (30/10/2006)
- Dr Hugh Robson MacDonald joins the Euro-Thymaide Scientific Advisory Board. (03/10/2006)
- Euro-Thymaide has put in place a fast integrated electronic consultation for an approval of a scientific publication (24/04/2006)
- Commission study addresses Europe's scientific publication system
- EuroThymaide reorganises its work structure (31/01/2006)
- Hope for resistant asthma therapy (09/12/2005)
- Euro-Thymaide actively supports International research cooperation on juvenile diabetes (03/12/2005)
- Euro-Thymaide was present at the European Biotech Crossroads in Lille. November 28-30, 2005. France (30/11/2005)
- Health will be the first theme of the Research Framework Programme 7 (30/09/2005)
- "SMEs Go LifeSciences" supports SMEs and Researchers in preparing successful applications in FP6 related LifeSciences projects. (01/09/2005)
- The 4th and last call for proposals of FP6 in TP1 is published ! (08/07/2005)
- The European Commission announces a special effort to stimulate the participation of SMEs in the 4th call for proposals by introducing the Specific Targeted Research Projects (STREPs) dedicated to SMEs. (31/05/2005)
- Successful Workshop organised in Italy on Notch signalling in development and cancer.
- The Euro-Thymaide FP6 Integrated Project is successfully progressing in deciphering Thymus functions. (02/05/2005)
- Josef Penninger to become the first speaker of the newly launched lecture series by the Office of Science and Technology at the Austrian Embassy in Washington, D.C. (10/01/2005)