We have been awarded a multidisciplinary European Program with a core intellectual focus on the impact of Chromatin Dynamics on the DNA damage Response (DDR) (aDDRess)”. aDDRess is a multi-site initial training network (ITN) funded by European Commission to work in the rapidly expanding field of chromatin dynamics and the DNA damage responses. The Program puts forward a multidisciplinary approach to study this central thematic area at the molecular, cellular and systems level by assembling a group of scientists and industrial partners with cross disciplinary expertise and capabilities.
The Program includes several genetic model systems employing cutting-edge technologies and tools, some of which have been specifically developed by the participants of this ITN. This consortium combines top-level, state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research skills ranging from basic molecular mechanisms and ‘omics’ level understanding to translational research and clinical applications.
Deadline: May 01, 2013