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Developing new applications for the benefit of cancer patients

The RADIATE project is an Innovative Training Network...
...improving collaborative scientific action for researchers interested in radiotherapy, with the goal of developing new applications for the benefit of cancer patients.

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Training programmes for young researchers

Aim to enhance the knowledge of advanced techniques and scientific concepts. Researchers are encouraged to develop their professional and knowledge transfer skills in fields such as IPR, research ethics and scientific communication.

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Research projects in three main fields of radiobiology

Work Package (WP) 1 stresses training in cancer cell radiosensitivity. WP 2 asks how the tumour microenvironment affects the outcome of radiation. WP 3 focuses on new therapeutic strategies for radiotherapy.

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Network

The RADIATE network is a consortium of seven European academic partner institutions specialising in radiation biology research.

RADIATE projects

Projects

Fourteen PhD research projects covering different aspects of radiobiology are in progress at the seven European academic partner institutions.

RADIATE training

Training

The RADIATE network offers researchers training in both scientific and complementary skills required for a successful career in radiobiology.

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Keep up to date with all the great research, training and outreach activities that the RADIATE researchers are involved in.

Radiation Innovations for Therapy and Education – RADIATE

The Radiate project is an innovative training network

RADIATE improves collaborative scientific action for researchers interested in radiotherapy, with the goal of developing new applications for the benefit of cancer patients.

Radiotherapy already brings hope to nearly 50% of the 3.2 million Europeans diagnosed with cancer every year. Advances in this modern therapy could greatly increase chances of surviving cancer and improve the quality of life of treated patients.

With a view to finding novel strategies to cure cancer through radiotherapy, RADIATE integrates radiobiology with clinical and technological approaches, to bring multidisciplinary knowledge to a new generation of researchers through workshops, conferences and exchange opportunities.

Funded by the EU‘s Horizon 2020 programme

Funded by the EU‘s Horizon 2020 programme

By fighting a major death-related disease in Europe this project will raise health and bring long-term benefit to the European and International Community. Read More

RADIATE has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No: 642623

Duration March 2015-February 2019

EU Contribution: € 3,081,061

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