Funding includes €13.9M in equity and €6.1M in grants; will support company’s phase I/II trial with PDC*lung01 candidate in lung cancer.
Winner of the Prix Francqui 2017, Steven Laureys receives the Generet Prize, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, worth one million euros for research into the "post-coma" period.
Eric Salmon, medical director of the Cyclotron Research Center, receives this prize which rewards a renowned scientist for his research in the field of nuclear energy.
These credits are granted to researchers developping projects of excellence.
Laurent Nguyen's laboratory (GIGA-Stem Cells and GIGA-Neurosciences, University of Liège) continues to make progress in understanding the axonal transport process, which is lacking in many neurodegenerative diseases.
The prizes awarded on 10 December 2019 in Brussels reward innovative and promising research in the fields of coma for the first and asthma treatment for the second.
GIGA researchers demonstrate that regulation of the sleep-wake cycle can have a significant impact on cognitive aging.
Among the grants awarded by the FRS-FNRS this year, 73 will finance research carried out by young researchers from ULiège.
This research project conducted at the Laboratory of Developmental Neurobiology (B. Malgrange), selected during the call Win2Wal (Walloon region), will allow the start-up Dendrogenix to open the market for presbycusis of age-related deafness.
A record amount that will subsidize 148 research projects led by 142 researchers from ULiège and the University Hospital of Liège.
Francesca wons this mandate to study the role of the enzymes that modify tRNA in the antitumor response mediated by the immune system.