1st Open Call for Research Projects

1st CORBEL Open Call closed -
Congratulations to the successful applicants!

 

The CORBEL Open Call for Research Projects at the end of 2016 generated a lot of interest among European scientists and attracted over 30 project applications. Among all eligible projects, 21 were finally accepted as CORBEL user projects, following careful scientific and technical evaluation.
We would like to thank everybody involved - applicants as well as service providers - for their great enthusiasm and the efforts they invested.
In the following, we list the successful applicants with their home institution and the respective research infrastructures and service providers that will support the project by allowing open access to their technologies and services:
 

Access Track 1
Genotype-to-phenotype analysis


Applicant

Requested Service Providers
Ass. Prof. Maria Correia
(Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal)
BRFAA (BBMRI) [GR]
MDC (ISBE) [DE]
VU (ISBE) [NL]

Prof. Camilla Lazzi
(University of Parma, Italy)
BRFAA (BBMRI) [GR]
ICFO (Euro-BioImaging) [ES]                       
                   
Prof. Michel Simonneau
(Inserm, France)

Biostudies (ELIXIR) [UK]
CRG (Euro-BioImaging) [ES]

 

Access Track 2
Predictive systems pharmacology for safer drugs and chemical products


Applicant

Requested Service Providers
Dr. Sahar El Aidy
(University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
ChEMBL (ELIXIR) [UK]
CERM/CIRMMP (Instruct) [IT]         
           
Prof. Giovanni Roti
(University of Parma, Italy)
VU (ISBE) [NL]
EATRIS [NL]
 
Dr. Alexey Koval
(University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
FMP (EU-Openscreen) [DE]
CERM/CIRMMP (Instruct) [IT]
 
Dr. Vikas Kumar
(Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain)
ChEMBL (ELIXIR) [UK]
VU (ISBE) [NL]
 
Prof. Ellen Nollen
(University of Groningen, The Netherlands)
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]                
GMC (INFRAFRONTIER) [DE]
 
Prof. Dirk Bumann
(Biozentrum University of Basel, Switzerland)
ChEMBL (ELIXIR) [UK]
FMP (EU-Openscreen) [DE]
 
Ass. Prof. Anna Maria Colangelo
(University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)
PDBe (ELIXIR) [UK]
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]
VU (ISBE) [NL]
 
Dr. Brahim Nait Oumesmar
(Inserm, France)
FMP (EU-Openscreen) [DE]
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]
 

Dr. Anastassis Perrakis
(The Netherlands Cancer Institute,

The Netherlands)

FMP (EU-Openscreen) [DE]
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]                        
GMC (INFRAFRONTIER) [DE]
 
Prof. Veronika Stoka
(Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia)
ChEMBL (ELIXIR) [UK]
FMP (EU-Openscreen) [DE]
ALMF (EuBI) [DE]
VU (ISBE) [NL]

Access Track 3
Structure-function analysis of large protein complexes


Applicant

Requested Service Providers
Ass. Prof. Jose-Jesus Fernandez
(Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Spain)
UMCU (Euro-BioImaging) [NL]
CSIC (Instruct) [ES]
 
Dr. Christiane Riedel
(University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria)
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]
CSIC (Instruct) [ES]
 
Dr. Werner Zuschratter
(Leibniz-Institut für Neurobiologie, Germany)
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]
UMCU (Euro-BioImaging) [NL]
ICFO (Euro-BioImaging) [ES]
CSIC (Instruct) [ES]

Access Track 4
Marine Metazoan Developmental Models


Applicant

Requested Service Providers
Dr. Matteo Rauzi
(University Côte d'Azur, France)
CNRS (EMBRC) [FR]
SZN (EMBRC) [IT]
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]
MF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]

Ass. Prof. Simona Candiani
(Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy)
CNRS (EMBRC) [FR]
ALMF (Euro-BioImaging) [DE]                

cross-Access Tracks


Applicant

Requested Service Providers
Dr. Luca De Toni
(Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy)
BRFAA (BBMRI) [GR]
CERM/CIRMMP (Instruct) [IT]        
 
Dr. Pablo Conesa-Zamora
(Instituto Murciano de Investigaciones Biosanitarias, Spain)
FMP (EU-Openscreen) [DE]
IGBMC-CERBM (Instruct) [FR]
 
Mason Dean
(Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany)

ICFO (Euro-BioImaging) [ES]
CCMAR (EMBRC) [PT]

For inquiries, please contact the project managers Dr. Frauke Leitner or Dr. Christian Popp.

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 654248.