CTMM Annual Meeting 2014 -- Wat hebben we bereikt?

Op 4 november 2014 werd de laatste CTMM Annual Meeting gehouden met ruim 280 deelnemers. Bekijk de presentatie van Heidi Hamers-Hajduk (CEO) en Peter Luijten (CSO) en de video's. De Annual Meeting bood ook een blik op de toekomst.


Presentatie: Wat heeft CTMM bereikt in zeven jaar tijd?

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Het CTMM programma heeft een looptijd tot eind 2015. In 2015 fuseren we met ons zusterinstituut TI Pharma.

Aan de Engelse zijde van deze website vindt u een uitgebreid verslag met veel foto's.

Tijdens de Annual Meeting werd een aantal filmpjes vertoond over enkele van de CTMM projecten. Drie hiervan waren in november tevens op RTL Z te zien.


Bekijk de video's:

Multiple Myeloma patiënt (ziekte van Kahler), video - BIOCHIP project


Darmkankerpatiënt en nieuwe screeningstest, video - CRCbioscreen project

Risico op cardiovasculaire complicaties bij diabetespatiënten, video - Predicct project

Chirurg ziet oplichtend tumorweefsel tijdens operatie, video - MUSIS project

Beeldvormende technieken bij ontwikkeling geneesmiddelen, video - Dutch Imaging Hub

Output boekjes

In het Engels:

If you want to see what 300 million euros of public-private partnership funding can achieve, take a look at the new set of output booklets that have been prepared for the individual CTMM projects.

Scientific breakthroughs, new products, patents, start-up companies, research infrastructures, PhD theses and academic papers, it's all there in black and white - proof that together we have achieved something truly remarkable and placed the Netherlands in a world leading position for translational medical research.

AIRFORCE - personalized chemotherapy against lung cancer

BIOCHIP - Diagnosing leukemia sub-types

Breast CARE - Predicting therapy response in breast cancer patients

DeCoDe - Early diagnosis of colorectal cancer

HIFU-CHEM - More chemo where it should be

MUSIS - Check removal of tumor tissue during surgery

PCMM - Limit over-diagnosis and over-treatment in prostate cancer

VOLTA - Remove tumors through local heating

Circulating Cells - investigating white blood cells and platelets for discriminating patients with increased risk of developing unstable plaques

COHFAR - how to detect and stop ventricular fibrillation by applying a synchronized electrical impulse to heart muscle

Eminence - developing multiple diagnostic technologies to detect neovascularization and stratifying patients

INCOAG - developing a new set of tests to estimate the risk of thrombosis

Parisk - how to predict risk of rupture of an individual plaque

Predicct - focusing on early diagnoses and treatment of Diabetes DM2

Triumph - identifying biomarkers for cardiac failure

LeARN - finding an early diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease

AmpVacs - a new vaccine technology platform in the combat against conserved influenza A determinants

MARS - tools to provide rapid and accurate information about an individual patient suffering from sepsis

TRACER - patient-tailored treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Health Technology Assessment (HTA)

TraIT - establishing an easy-to-access and easy-to-use infrastructure for sharing of research data, and set of tools for researchers to interact with and explore a unified translational medical research space

March 2018