RENOIR Research Projects

Thirteen individual Research projects put the RENOIR research approach into practice.

The ESRs will be achieved by complementing cutting-edge science via joint research projects in both academic and non-academic setting, with local and network training in science valorisation, responsible research and other transferable skills.

Furthermore, as a complement to the industry placement, there is a strong emphasis on providing training in innovation-related and soft skills such as IP management and entrepreneurship.

ESR Projects

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ESR1

Study of the molecular mechanism of Endothelial to Mesenchymal Transition during muscle regeneration and crosstalk with the immune system in vivo and in vitro

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IGB CNR

ESR2

Extrinsic control of skeletal muscle remodelling: molecular mechanisms and therapeutic implications

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Lyon 1

ESR3

Role of macrophages in degenerative myopathies and fibrosis

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Pompeu Fabra University

ESR4

Fibrogenic progenitors in skeletal muscle

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University of Manchester

ESR5

Lineage tracing of PCs in developing and dystrophic muscle

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University of Debrecen

ESR6

Epigenomics of macrophage phenotypes and the contribution of transcription processes contributing to phenotype switch

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Fondazione Santa Lucia

ESR7

Dynamic changes in transcription and epigenetic profile of fibro-adipogenic progenitors in healthy and dystrophic muscles, and modulation by epigenetic drugs

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University of Naples

ESR8

Controlling cell microenvironment: engineering artificial niches to study muscle degeneration-regeneration in vitro

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King’s College London

ESR9

Cellular and molecular signature of cardioPICs

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Eden Microfluidics

ESR10

Microfluidic bioreactor for high control over fluid and reagent delivery

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Technion Israel Institute of Technology

ESR11

Novel Bioengineering approaches for studying muscle tissue homeostasis and regeneration

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ESR12

Use of a non-oxidizable form of HMGB1 for muscle repair therapies

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Eden Microfluidics

ESR13

Live observation of Endothelial to Mesenchymal Transition

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