The Grand Research Challenges listed below constitute the backbone of the MINDED initiative. Applicants for MINDED fellowships have to develop their research proposal around one or more of these challenges.
Delivering RNA and therapeutic molecules to the brain;
Modulating vascular permeability via US, permeation enhancers or other strategies;
Designing stimulus-sensitive nanomedicines
Predicting protein corona on nanomedicines;
Modulating/priming the immune system with nanomedicines;
Fabricating microfluidic chips for high throughput screening of nanomedicines;
Realization of 3D tissue-on-chips for transport analyses;
Computational modeling of nanomedicines across multiple scales
Assessing genetic heterogeneity in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs);
Designing, developing and testing innovative genomic tools for patient classification;
Integrating genomic analyses and robotics to improve personalized diagnosis and treatment of NDDs ;
Streamlining therapeutic approaches for haploinsufficiencies in NDDs;
Developing RNA technologies for NDDs
Develop 2D and 3D neural tissues from human IPSCs for assessment of neural network activity
Cognitive Neuroscience Robotics
Assessing quantitatively sensorimotor and cognitive deficits in NDDs;
Tuning robots to the needs of both typically and atypically developing individuals;
Developing portable, non-invasive, low-cost, easy-to-use devices for sensorimotor assessment;
Reconfiguring sensorimotor integration through human-robot interaction;
Developing a coordinated effort to bring innovative technologies from bench to the bed-side
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 754490.
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