- 5TH WORKSHOP UPV-UNIVERSITY OF BORDEAUX
"Designing and Producing a Research Publication" by Tim Smithers: 12th and 13th of December, 2016, Bordeaux...[ read more ]
- FLI CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR MOLECULAR IMAGING AGENTS DEVELOPMENT
FLI launches a call for proposals regarding molecular imaging agents. Deadline is January the 9th, 2017. All details about FLI WP1 here and call details here[ read more ]
- 3rd Congress of the SFRMBM will be organized in Bordeaux in March 2017
Next congress of the SFRMBM will be hold in Bordeaux, from the 15th to the 17th of March, 2017. Flyer here and all information/registering here[ read more ]
- TRAIL 2017 CALLS ARE NOW OPEN
CALLS FOR CONSOLIDATION AND EMERGING PROJECTS ARE NOW OPEN; DEADLINE IS JANUARY THE 9TH, 2017. ALL DETAILS HERE[ read more ]
- INTERNATIONAL WEEK OF THE UNIVERSITY OF BORDEAUX: INTERNATIONAL FOR DOCTORAL FELLOWS...
The "College des Ecoles Doctorales" organizes an event on "Internationalization of Doctoral fellowship": November the 15th, 2015, at the Pole Juridique et Judiciaire (9:00-16:00). Flyer here and registering here[ read more ]
Translational Research and Advanced Imaging Laboratory
Effective transfer of the new knowledge, mechanisms, and techniques generated by advances in basic science research into new approaches for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease is essential for improving health.
TRAIL program seeks to facilitate interdisciplinary, collaborative basic and clinical research in image- based diagnostics and novel biocompatible technologies for evaluating treatments, interventions and drug delivery strategies. It will also provide evaluation on imaging techniques for patient care, public health impact and medicoeconomics impact. In 2007, we inaugurated a Bio-Imaging Institute called IBIO that brings together multi-disciplinary human resources and task forces (CNRS – CEA - INSERM – University of Bordeaux – CHU University Hospital – Cancer Institute) around the development of in vivo imaging methodologies and applied sciences for clinical imaging applications. TRAIL represents an opportunity for IBIO to move forward and create a strong organization for translational research in in vivo imaging.
Innovate for better medical diagnosis and therapy
Choosing the shortest way from bench to bedside, clinical practice and health decision-making
The TRAIL project will focus on seven WorkPackages according to the recognized excellence expertise of partners and two emerging and original risk-taking topics. The development of each WP will foster the development of translational research with imaging specialties. These WP will be applied to five Medicine-Applied fields of Excellence: Oncology, Neurology, Cardiology, Pneumology, and Nephrology.