EU funded Horizon 2020 projects BIORIMA and GRACIOUS have joined forces with the COST Action NANO2CLINIC project to create an interactive training school, taking place on 25-29 March 2019 in Venice, Italy.
The 1st BIORIMA Annual Meeting organised by ITENE in Valencia, 7 - 8 November 2018
Dr Saurabh Lal, research fellow at LEEDS University, working on the Safe-by-design of replacement joints and new wear testing methods and standards, has won the prestigious € 5,000 Heinz-Mittelmeier Research Award 2018.
The first edition of a series of Training Schools took place in the historic centre of Venice, Italy on 16 – 20 April 2018 hosted by Ca'Foscari University of Venice and GreenDecision. The school aimed to transfer the State-of-the-Art knowledge on a variety of topics from key experts to the new generation of nano-environmental, health and safety, and biomedicine professionals. The lectures were held in Aula Mario Baratto at the Ca' Foscari Palace and Sala Giovanni Morelli at the Palazzo Malcanton Marcorà.
PhD fellowship in risk assessment and management of nanobiomaterials used in medical devices and advanced therapy medicinal products
University Ca' Foscari of Venice (Italy) is looking for a PhD candidate who will be working on risk assessment and management of nanobiomaterials used in medical devices and advanced therapy medicinal products. The PhD fellowship is supported by BIORIMA project (www.biorima.eu), funded by H2020 EU Programme, and is expected to start in September 2018 for three years.
The third Italian-Swedish worskhop was held on March 22nd and 23rd 2018, as an event organized by BIORIMA partners and around BIORIMA main themes.
Following the two days of BIORIMA first working meeting, on February 21st a dissemination event was arranged to launch the project.
The first BIORIMA working meeting took place at University Paris Diderot, at the Paris Rive Gauche Campus!
The newly launched Horizon 2020 project BIORIMA aims to develop an Integrated Risk Management (IRM) framework for NBM used in ATMP and MD. The BIORIMA IRM framework is a structure upon which the validated tools and methods for materials, exposure, hazard and risk identification/assessment and management are allocated plus a rationale for selecting and using them to manage and reduce the risk for specific NBM used in ATMP and MD.