Large International Projects

 

 

   Large International Projects COORDINATED by DSV in the past 10 years

 

  1. ROC-POP-LIFE (2017 - 2020)
  2. MEMORY-net (2017 - 2019)
  3. CSMON Life (2014 - 2017)
  4. ANASTOMOSEAL (2012 - 2017)
  5. Trans2Care (2011 - 2014)
  6. InnovH2O (2011 - 2014)
  7. SiiT (2011 - 2013)
  8. KeyToNature (2007 - 2010)

 

  Large International Projects with DSV as PARTNER in the past 10 years

 

  1. PreCanMed (2014 - 2020)
  2. No Waste (2014 -2020)
  3. Agrotur II (2014 - 2020)
  4. POS FESR - NATIinFVG (2014 - 2020)
  5. FocusINCD (2016 - 2019)
  6. Agrotur (2011 - 2014)
  7. Biodinet (2007 - 2013)
  8. GEP (2011 - 2013)
  9. 3Corala (2007 - 2013)
  10. PESCA (2007 - 2013)
  11. NEWBONE (2006 - 2010)
  12. NANOBIOPHARMACEUTICS (2006 - 2010)

 


2017-2019, LEAD PARTNER

MEMORI-net - Mental and Motor Rehabilitation Network of stroke is a cross-border Italy-Slovenia project, that aims to delineate new common clinical standardised protocols for the rehabilitation of stroke patients with a new Diagnostic, Therapeutic and Care Strategy. In particular, the project will implement the criteria for the evaluation of the deficit in stroke patients and will design new integrated cognitive and motor rehabilitation strategies. An ICT platform will facilitate the cooperation between institutions, stakeholders, and families, also with dedicated training initiatives.


With more than 1 million new cases/year incidence, stroke represents one of the most urgent causes of cognitive and motor disability in European countries. Stroke might occur in young productive adults, and therefore it has a profound impact on the health system, families, and the whole local economy. Even if the stroke is an acute vascular lesion in the brain, it can provoke disability in the entire body, thus requiring multidisciplinary rehabilitation practices, that are not always accessible in the territory. Rehabilitation of patients after stroke involves, therefore, different institutions and requires a strong coordination between stroke centres and rehabilitation units. The management of stroke patients in a cross-border region, furthermore, needs also technologies and instruments to facilitate communication and integration of linguistic minorities, with strategies to overcome legal limitations related to the transfer of personal medical information across the border.
MEMORI-net is a joined effort to ameliorate the management of post-stroke rehabilitation, in order to define common diagnostic and therapeutic protocols based on the most advanced scientific knowledge and the best international practices. With more than 4000 new stroke cases per year in the cross-border Programme Area, stroke is one of the most urgent causes of intellectual and motor disability.
MEMORI-net integrates excellence in the territory related to stroke management and e-health, with the coordination of specialized clinical Stroke Units, University centres leader in diagnostic biomarkers and IC technologies, rehabilitation centres, Terme and locally active stroke patient's associations.
With a strong education and training programme targeted to medical doctors, caregivers and families, MEMORI-net, therefore, favours the exchange of knowledge and the amelioration of rehabilitation practices offered to the patients of Italy and Slovenia.

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2017 - 2020, LEAD PARTNER

This project is a concrete conservation action aiming to restore in two marine Natura2000 sites (that are Specially Protected Areas of Mediterranean Importance - ASPIM) the Habitat 1170, by reintroducing Cystoseira . According to the Habitat Directive (92/43/EEC), all the species of the genus Cystoseira are Habitat of Community Interest by the EU (Habitat Reef - code 1170 Annex I of the Habitats Directive ECD 92/43/EEC) and the different species are used for the definition of the NATURA2000 Habitat1170 on the Mediterranean coasts (Italian Interpretation Manual of the 92/43/EEC Directive Habitat). Moreover the target Cystoseira are priority in Habitat 1170 for ASPIM sites.

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2014 - 2020

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2014-2017, LEAD PARTNER

 

Un approccio di Citizen Science al monitoraggio della biodiversità per la soluzione delle problematiche ambientali.

 

 
CSMON-LIFE (Citizen Science MONitoring) is one of the first Italian projects which focuses on using a citizen science approach on biodiversity. I was funded by the European Commission under the LIFE+ programme. The project want to stimulate the participation of the citizens, involving them in the study, management and conservation of biodiversity, hence creating an active collaboration between citizens, scientific community and institutions. The project targets individuals, schools and several categories (hikers, fishermen, farmers, boaters, divers, etc.).

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2012-2015, LEAD PARTNER

 

Development of a resorbable sealing patch for the prevention of anastomotic leakage after colorectal cancer surgical treatment.

 

 

The AnastomoSEAL Consortium is working to develop a new product to prevent the anastomotic leakage: a biocompatible, resorbable sealant patch which is applied around the site of anastomosis, and promotes healing of the site as well as acting as a physical barrier to help prevent leakage. (EU – NMP –FP7)

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2011-2014,  LEAD PARTNER

Transregional Network for Innovation and Technology Transfer to Improve Health Care
Rete transregionale per l'innovazione ed il trasferimento tecnologico per il miglioramento della sanità
Tansregionalno omrežje za inovacijo in prenos tehnološkega znanja za izboljšanje zdravstva


 

Trans2Care was a project aimed at creating a trans-regional network for innovation and technology transfer in the health system, active between 2011 and 2014, as part of the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Italy-Slovenia 2007-2013 . Coordinated by the Department of Life Sciences, Trans2Care involved 13 Partners, equally distributed in Italy (north-east) and Slovenia.

To promote innovation in the healthcare systems, Trans2Care brought together experts in medicine, technology and business, and hired 14 post-doc researchers to translate research results into innovative applications for the diagnosis and treatment of common diseases. These researchers have been actively involved in a complementary technology and entrepreneurial training program, which has opened up job opportunities in the R & D sector for at least 2 years after the end of the project.

The Trans2Care project is considered by the European Commission a good practice to reduce brain drain.

Reference person: Dr. Sabina Passamonti

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2011-2014,  LEAD PARTNER

 

Innov-H2O was a project aimed at creating a cross-border network for innovation and technology transfer in aquaculture, active between 2011 and 2014, as part of the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Italy-Slovenia 2007-2013. Coordinated by the Department of Life Sciences, Innov-H20 involved 8 Partners, equally distributed in Italy (north-east) and Slovenia.

Innov-H20 brought together biology and veterinary researchers, mediators between research and producers and 2 companies. Thanks to an intense mediation activity (focus groups, thematic tables, meetings), the researchers have directed their studies towards the problems represented by the producers and these now have technical-scientific references at the universities and research centers.

Reference person: Dr. Sabina Passamonti

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2011-2013,  LEAD PARTNER

 

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2007-2010,  LEAD PARTNER

 

 

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2016-2019

 

  

      

Programme

Interreg Central Europe Programme

Project title

Innovative patient centred health care services – advantages of establishing a close network in celiac disease patient health care

Project acronym

Focus IN CD

Total eligible budget

1.885.418,99€

Lead partner

Municipality of Maribor, Slovenia

Project partner

Dipartimento di Scienze della Vita - Prof. D. Sblattero

 


 

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2011-2014

The Agrotur project was an Italian-Slovenian cooperation project to improve the quality of Terrano del Carso wine. It involved 4 scientific partners and 2 producer consortia, active between 2011 and 2014, as part of the Cross-border Cooperation Programme Italy-Slovenia 2007-2013. Lead by the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia, it has carried out studies on the quality of the environment, wine and the biological properties of the bioactive substances contained in it. It has created a hotel network for tourism enhancement of the territory and its products.

Reference person: Dr. Sabina Passamonti

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2011-2013

 

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2007-2013

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2007-2013

 

 

 

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2007-2013

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2006-2010

 

Development of load-bearing fibre reinforced composite based non-metallic biomimetic bone implant

The major aim of NEWBONE project was to develop Fibre and Nanohybrid reinforced composite (FRC and NHRC) material for surgical bone repair and replacement where load-bearing and ligament fixation capabilities are essential. NEWBONE project has developed FRC and NHRC material for surgical bone repair and replacement where load-bearing and ligament fixation capabilities are essential. (EU – NMP –FP6)

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2006-2010

 

Nanoscale Functionalities for Targeted Drug Delivery of Biopharmaceutics.

 

 

The project aimed at the development of innovative multidisciplinary approaches for the design, synthesis and evaluation of functionalized nanocarriers and nanoparticle-based microcarriers for the treatment of various diseases based on targeted, controlled delivery of therapeutic peptides and proteins (biopharmaceutics). (EU – NMP –FP6)

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  2014 - 2020

 

The PreCanMed project aims to strengthen the collaboration between Italian and Austrian institutions that perform genetic, clinical and biotechnology research in order to establish a common competence-platform for the generation, cultivation and storage of patient-derived tumor-organoids, a promising tool for future precision cancer medicine. Know-how on this technology will be made accessible to the academic, translational, clinical and pharmaceutical research and development sector.

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2014 - 2020

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2014 - 2020

The AGROTUR II project - Sustainable development of agriculture and tourism in the cross-border Karst stregthens cross-border collaboration to increase the scientific knowledge and technologies needed to improve the quality of DOC Terrano wine, reduce the environmental impact of viticulture and promote local tourism . Six partners share technical-scientific objectives and competences. The project is coordinated by the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia. Other Partners are the Universities of Nova Gorica and Udine, the Municipality of Komen (Slovenia) and the Confesercenti of Venice.

Reference person: Dr. Sabina Passamonti

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