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Title: Codi-strat - an interdisciplinary network geared towards sustainable management of chronic and infective diseases
Authors: Sodin-Semrl, Snezna
Lakota, Katja
Dubuisson, Jean
Ellul, Bridget
Fenech, Anthony G.
Ceron Madrigal, Jose
Thallinger, Gerhard
Perretti, Mauro
Acquisto, F.ulvio
Raynes, John
Romero, Francisco
Filipovic, Nenad
Chetrit Russi, C.
Veranic, P.
Caldin, M.
Rozman, D.
Mulvey, M.
Tomsic, M.
Keywords: Chronic diseases -- Management
Genomes -- Analysis
Therapeutics -- Methods
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: University of Primorska. Faculty of Management Koper
Citation: Sodin-Semrl, S., Lakota, K., Dubuisson, J., Ellul, B., Fenech, A., Ceron Madrigal, J., ... & Romero, F. (2011). Codi-strat - an interdisciplinary network geared towards sustainable management of chronic and infective diseases. 12th International Conference on MIC 2011: Managing Sustainability?, Portoroz. 237-255.
Abstract: A collaborative effort of clinicians, infectologists, molecular biologists, pharmacologists, veterinarians, bioinformaticians, management and education specialists is united in order to develop novel strategies of detecting early stages of chronic and infective diseases, their prevention and therapy. CODI-STRAT integrates 15 centers conducting leading–edge research of chronic inflammatory/infective diseases from seven European (five Mediterranean) countries and the USA, with specific aims to: i) establish long-standing partner center cross-disciplinary collaborations for clinical studies and research, ii) provide young investigators with broad and content-driven training and employability and iii) promote scientists up-skilled in genomics, transcriptomics, tissue expression, human serological and genetic studies, bioinformatics, chip technology, cell cultures and animal models, all directed toward clinical translation and chronic/infective disease management. This manuscript outlines the goals, partner roles and development of CODI-STRAT and its programme.
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