Daniela Silva, a PhD student working on the NeuroStimSpinal project under the guidance of Nathalie Barroca and Paula Marques from UAVR, along with Anthi Ranella from FORTH, gave an oral presentation at the ESB 2021.
NeuroStimSpinal on the radio
10 June 2021
The Portuguese radio station Antena 1 interviewed the NeuroStimSpinal coordinator, Paula Marques, about the NeuroStimSpinal project objectives. in the scope of the podcast program "90 seconds with science".
Poster award ENABLE for Kest Verstappen (a PhD student from the NeuroStimSpinal project at Radboudmuc University).
2nd Aveiro-Osaka Universities joint symposium on advanced biomaterials and cell-based bioengeneering strategies - March 17, 2021
This event was endorsed by the FET-OPEN project NeuroStimSpinal, and supported by the bilateral project “Development of Compartmentalization Technology by Artificial Basement Membrane for Construction of Ordered 3D-Tissues” financed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Daniela Silva, PhD student of the NeuroStimSpinal project, presented a talk: "Scaffolds based on decellularized extracellular matrix and graphene oxide: a route to repair the spinal cord injury?"
NeuroStimSpinal on the radio
2 January 2020
The Spanish radio stations Onda Vasca and Bizkai Irratia broadcast interviews with the two researchers from TECNALIA, Olatz Murua and Nerea García, about the NeuroStimSpinal project to their audiences in Northern Spain.
NeuroStimSpinal in the newspapers
29 December 2019
NeuroStimSpinal takes the attention of several newspapers in the Basque Country (Spain). The project was communicated in El Diario Vasco and El Correo newspapers.
Aveiro-Osaka Universities joint symposium on advanced biomaterials and cell-based bioengeneering strategies - October 31, University of Aveiro- Portugal
This international workshop comprised presentations from researchers affiliated at both University of Aveiro and University of Osaka, focusing aspects related with biomaterials, human cells engineering and nano/micro technologies for advanced therapies, including regenerative medicine and drug discovery.
This event was endorsed by the FET-OPEN project NeuroStimSpinal, and supported by the bilateral project “Development of Compartmentalization Technology by Artificial Basement Membrane for Construction of Ordered 3D-Tissues” financed by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science..
NeuroStimSpinal 6 months follow-up meeting
1-2 October 2019 in San Sebastian - Spain
The meeting was held at the premises of Tecnalia, one of the spanish partners, where the progresses and strategies to implement were presented.
NeuroStimSpinal at the European Researchers' Night
27 September 2019 in Madrid - Spain
María Teresa Portolés and her group from the Faculty of Chemistry of the Universidad Complutense of Madrid presented a poster of the NeuroStimSpinal project within the exhibition "Meet the current scientific challenges“.
NeuroStimSpinal Kick-off meeting
15 -16 April 2019 in Aveiro - Portugal
The coordinating institution; Aveiro University hosted the kick-off meeting, that gathered more than 20 consortium members.
NeuroStimSpinal in UAveiro Research Newsletter
10 October 2018
Researcher Paula Marques from TEMA – Department of Mechanical Engineering (University of Aveiro) was awarded a FET-OPEN research project (with a funding of ca 3.5 M€) to develop work on the regeneration of spinal cord injury and coordinate a consortium of seven partners from four European countries: Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands and Greece.