Technology Transfer Office

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The Principe Felipe Research Centre (CIPF) is the Excellence Research Platform of the Valencia Ministry of Health, Valencia, Spain. The Centre consists has five scientific programs: Neurological Impairment, Computational Genomics, Molecular Mechanisms of Disease, Rare & Genetic Diseases, and Advanced Therapies.

Projects that are being coordinated by CIPF:

DEANN is an IRSES project whose aim is to strengthen research partnership among project participants by developing a shared scientific knowhow in the field of Next Generation Sequencing data analysis.

STATegra aims to develop new statistical methods and tools for the integrative analysis of diverse omics data for a more efficient use of the genomics technologies. Furthermore we aim to make them readily available to the research community through rapid and efficient implementation as user-friendly software packages.

Projects where CIPF is a partner:

EUROCONDOR is studying an innovative therapeutic strategy using eye drops to combat diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness among working-age individuals in developed countries.

DENAMIC investigates neurotoxic effects of low-concentration mixtures of pesticides and a number of common environmental pollutants in children.

INNOVA-Liv this project is aiming at developing innovative tools for personalised cell therapy for the treatment of metabolic liver diseases.

MLPM is an ITN whose goal is to educate interdisciplinary experts who will develop and employ the computational and statistical tools that are necessary to enable personalized medical treatment of patients according to their genetic and molecular properties and who are aware of the scientific, clinical and industrial implications of this research.

SmartCare Health and social care in Europe is often delivered in an uncoordinated way. The SmartCare project will formalize two care pathways and support their implementation and piloting in ten European regions.

Other european actions:

PROTEOSTASIS European network to integrate research on intracellular proteolysis pathways in health and disease  will coordinate and integrate the efforts made by European research teams to better understand intracellular proteolysis and to translate novel discoveries into products of clinical and/or economical values. It will gather all European academic, clinical and industrial partners willing to foster collaboration and training in the field through the organization of meetings, workshops and exchange programs.

SEQAHEAD The primary objective is to develop a coordinated action plan for scientific community, to help deal with the flood of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data in an efficient and coherent manner using state-of- the-art bioinformatics. Establishment of a strong European network of NGS centres, data-analysis and informatics will facilitate and stimulate the exchange of data, protocols, software, experiences and ideas.