When an intensive experience, like a secondment, is over, it is time to make a balance and draw some conclusions.
The overarching aim of the NanoCarb ETN project is to develop glycosylated nanoparticles with enhanced therapeutic actions for healthcare applications. 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) recruited for the NanoCarb project will work on their individual ESR projects designed to provide appropriate research goals for PhD students. Each ESR will be exposed to a well-balanced and optimal experience in academia, industry and research centre in order to increase their research experience and scientific maturity.
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry
Dr Marco Monopoli
All 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) have now been successfully recruited and are eager to start and continue their individual work on the NanoCarb project.
The second day of the GLYCOVAX-NanoCarb workshop started with a talk by Dr. Luca Toschi from Humanitas Cancer Center.