The research in the TINTIN Initial Training Network is divided between five work packages, involving 12 early stage researchers (ESRs) and 2 experienced researchers (ERs).

Work package 4: Training in metabolic & autophagy defects in the dopamine neuron
Coordinated by Juan Bolanos, Universidad de Salamanca

Work package 5: Training in glycoanalytics for neurodegeneration biomarkers
Coordinated by Gavin Davey, Trinity College Dublin.

Work package 6: Training in innovative models of neurodegeneration
Coordinated by Gavin Davey, Trinity College Dublin.

Work package 7: Work package 7: Training in computational analysis & drug design
Coordinated by Kemal Yelekci, Kadir Has University.

Work package 8: Training in biomarker development and commercialisation
Coordinated by Sabine Flitsch, University of Manchester

News

  • Discover Research Dublin night (September 25th 2015) An opportunity to share scientific research with the general public.
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  • Advanced Microscopy and Super Resolution (Andor) 07-09/05/15, Trinity College, Dublin: Lectures on the fundamentals of fluorescence imaging including a breakdown of different types of fluorescent probes including dyes, antibodies and fluorescent proteins were given.
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