Raddel

Full-time research positions available for Early Stage (ESR) and Experienced (ER) researchers

Position

Research project

Institution

Description

Open/closed

 Deadline

ESR1

 

Encapsulation of Inorganic Payloads into Carbon nanotubes

ICMAB-CSIC

(Spain) 

 

Closed 

 

ESR2

 

Development of Carbon Nanocapsules for Biomedical Applications

ICMAB-CSIC

(Spain)

 

Closed

 

ESR3

 

Design of Novel Targeted Nanocapsules for in vivo Imaging and Radiotherapy

UOX

(UK)

 

Closed

 

ESR4

 

Conjugation of Biomolecules to Carbon Nanocapsules

 UOX

(UK)

 

Closed 

 

ESR5 /ESR6

In Vitro and In vivo Evaluation of Targeted Nanocapsules for Cancer Imaging and Therapy

KCL

(UK) 

 

 

Closed

 

 

 

ESR7

Functionalisation of Carbon Nanotubes Filled with Inorganic Payloads

UNITS

(Italy)

 

 

Closed

 

 

 

 

ESR8

Organic Multi-functionalisation of Carbon-Based Nanocapsules   

CNRS-ICT

(France)

 

Closed

 

ESR9

 

Electron Microscopy Studies on Functional Carbon Nanocapsules

 ICN

(Spain)

 

Closed

 

ESR10

Radiation Transport Simulation fo Radioactive Nanocapsules 

UoI

(Greece)

 


 

Closed

 

ESR11

 

Spectroscopy and Spectroelectrochemistry of Carbon Nanostructures

HIPC

(Czech Republic)

 

Closed

 

 ER1

Development of Carbon Nanocapsules for Biomedical Applications

ICMAB-CSIC

(Spain) 

 

 

Closed

 

 

 ER2

Cell Biology of Carbon-Based Nanocapsules

UOX

(UK)

 

 

Closed

ER3

In vitro Studies of Carbon Based Nanocapsules

UNIMAN

(UK)

 

Closed

 ER4

Functionalisation of Carbon Nanotubes Filled with Inorganic Payloads

UNITS

(Italy)

 

 

Closed

 

 ER5

Cell Biology of Multi-Functional Carbon-Based Nanocapsules

 

 CNRS-ICT

(France)

 

 Closed

 

 ER6

Development of Radiolabelling Tecniques with the Use of Automatic Synthesizing Equipment

IBA

(France)

 

Closed

 

 

Partners

 

PARTNER

COUNTRY

CONTACT PERSON

 LOGO

gerardtobias 

Institut de Ciència de Materials de Barcelona

(ICMAB-CSIC)
COORDINATOR

Spain

Dr. Gerard Tobias (Project coordinator)
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bdavis 

The University of Oxford

(UOX)

United Kingdom

Prof. Benjamin G. Davis
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The University of Manchester

(UNIMAN)

United Kingdom

Prof. Kostas Kostarelos
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King's College London

(KCL)

United Kingdom

Dr. Khuloud Al-Jamal
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 daros

Universita Degli Studi di Trieste

(UNITS)

Italy

Prof. Maurizio Prato
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 Dr. Tatiana Da Ros
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Centre National. de la Recherche Scientifique

 
(CNRS)

France Dr. Alberto Bianco
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 belen ballesteros

Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology

 (ICN)

Spain Dr. Belén Ballesteros
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dimitris 

University of Ioannina

(UOI)

Greece Dr. Dimitris Emfietzoglou
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 martin kalbac

Ustav Fyzikalni Chemie J. Heyrovskeho
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(HIPC)

Czech Republic Dr. Martin Kalbáč
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 Jean-Claude Saccavini

Cis Bio International
Ion Beam Applications SA

(IBA)

France/Belgium Dr. Jean-Claude Saccavini
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 staf

Electron Microscopy for Materials Science
Universiteit Antwerpen

(EMAT-UA)

Belgium

Prof. Gustaaf Van Tendeloo
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External Advisor

 

    INSTITUTION   

COUNTRY

EMAIL

LOGO

 malcolm

University of Oxford 

United Kingdom

Prof. Malcolm L.H. Green FRS

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France

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Dr. Richard Zimmermann

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Project

RADDEL, an inter-sectorial European network formed by 11 partners from 7 different countries, has been awarded by the European Commission with a Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) grant under the EU´s FP7 PEOPLE program. The network is formed by leading experts from Universities, Research Centers and Industry willing to share their complementary expertise, infrastructure and facilities for the training of the next generation of top-quality researchers through the development of new science. The project started in February 2012 and will run for 4 years.

The project focuses on the design, synthesis, characterization, pharmacological studies and dosimetry calculations of nanocapsules that contain in their interior radioactive materials for biomedical applications in the areas of cancer diagnosis and therapy. After sealing the chosen radionuclides, the external walls of the nanocapsules will be decorated with biomolecules to render them biocompatible and for targeting purposes. A well structured training program will be also provided with a balanced combination of local and network-wide training through secondments, joint network meetings, workshops, schools, industrial training and the final network conference.

While the training program has been designed to provide the fellows with the necessary expertise to improve their research skills and enhance their career prospects, the scientific program aims to develop novel nanomaterials for biomedical applications. The network expects to go beyond the state-of-the-art, trying to find innovative products and solutions in the field of cancer diagnosis and therapy.

 RADDEL Consortium March2014