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Project Partners

Project Partners

Vascular Endothelial interactionS and SpEciaLization (VESSEL)

A Marie Curie initial training programme funded by the European Union under
the FP7 programme.

The VESSEL Network Partners:

MRC Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine. University of Edinburgh

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Principle contact is Prof. Alexander Medvinsky (consortium coordinator).

University of Münster, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine

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Principle contact is Prof. Ralf H. Adams.

Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Division of Vascular Biology.

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Principle contact is Prof. Christer Betsholtz. 

University of Lausanne, Department of Biochemistry

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Principle contact is Prof. Tatiana Petrova

Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute, Barcelona, Tumour Angiogenesis Group

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Principle contact is Dr. Mariona Graupera.

University of Helsinki, Molecular Cancer Biology Program, Haartman Institute.

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Principle contact is Prof. Kari Alitalo.

University of Milan, Department of Biomolecular Sciences and Biotechnologies.

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Principle contact is Prof. Elisabetta Dejana.

LaVision BioTec GmbH, Bielefeld , Germany.

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Innovative contact-free optical measurement systems, advanced microscopy, FLIM, lasers, spectroscopy and detection methods.

Principle contact is Dr. Volker Andresen. 

Nanologica, Stockholm, Sweden

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Engineered nanoporous materials.
Principle contact is Dr. Adam Feiler.

Associated Partners

  • University of Nottingham, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences. Dr. Martin Gering.
  • Luminartis GmbH, Chemical engineering and production of specific fluorescent tags.
  • Uppsala Universitet.