18-19 November, 2021, 14:00-17:30 CET
REGISTER NOW for this FREE workshop, covering general metabolism with a special focus on parasitology! The international team of speakers will cover biological, biochemical and biomedical aspects of metabolism, along with mathematical modelling, algorithmic theory and software development. The meeting runs 14:00-17:30 CET (European time) to allow live participation across time zones. Supported via INRIA, FAPESP, LIS-SIPO, The European Union, University of Lyon, UNRosario, and the GCRF NTD Network. Visit our event page for further details.
2nd February 2022 15:00 Pakistan; 10:00 UK; 07:00 Brazil
***Our sixth joint webinar, on 2nd February 2022, is entitled "“Structure-based drug design: Towards new anti-infectives”, and is presented by Professor Ehmke Pohl from Durham University, UK. ***PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND THIS FREE MEETING (link in the main page)*** The COMSTECH - NTD NETWORK virtual lecture programme, launched in 2021, shares the expertise from both our Networks. this FREE webinar is for academics, professional scientists, and anyone interested in Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) to gain or enhance their knowledge, skills, and academic connections. See our blog page for youtube links to earlier webinars in this series.
The COMSTECH and the NTD NETWORK have joined forces to produce a virtual lecture programme, launched June 2021, and covering the skills needed for research into Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs). These live webinars are aimed at academics, professional scientists and interested members of the general public. See this page for a list of all our talks, and…
Webinar 6: 2nd February 2022: “Structure-based drug design: Towards new anti-infectives” Professor Ehmke Pohl TIME: 15:00 Pakistan 10:00 UK 07:00 Brazil Check your time zone here: https://dateful.com/time-zone-converter Register to attend this meeting: https://forms.gle/ppVtofLdn4GzvBca7 Contact for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Part of the ‘neglect’ of the Neglected Tropical diseases (NTDSs) leishmaniasis and Chagas disease arises from a lack of awareness, both from those at risk of infection and amongst the academic community. In response to this unmet need, our first video is now live on YouTube. ‘Cutaneous leishmaniasis: An introduction” is a short film, based…
Apply By 28/02/2022
• Open to researchers (particularly PhDs, PDRAs) within and outside the Network to attend NTD network meetings, conferences and training workshops that are related to network goals (drug targets and related research relevant to leishmaniasis or Chagas disease)
• Applicant needs to give a talk or present a poster on Leishmaniasis or Chagas disease research
• Up to £1,500 funding per bursary for non UK applicants, we give preference to ODA countries
• Up to £2,000 funding per bursary for UK applicants
• Can include relevant travel, accommodation and subsistence costs incurred and also any relevant conference registration fees
• Expenditure claims must be fully supported by relevant invoices and/ or receipts.
• An End of Travel Bursary Report must be completed and returned to the UNIVERSITY within 1 month of the project end date.
Apply By 28/02/2022
• To support short-term, focused research visits between Network partners.
• Open to PhDs or PDRAs
• Apply anytime
• £5,000 of funding for travel and living costs maximum
• Can include relevant travel, accommodation and subsistence costs incurred and also valid consumable costs.
• A payment of up to £2000 can be claimed after the project start date if valid expenditure quotes for travel are submitted along with a breakdown of expenditure
• All expenditure claims must be fully supported by relevant invoices and/ or receipts.
• End of Research Bursary Report must be completed and returned to the UNIVERSITY within 1 month of the project end date.
Apply By 30/09/2021
Could a funded research expert help progress your research and development in drug discovery?
A Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases, led from Durham University (UK), aims to find new solutions for two potentially fatal parasitic diseases, Chagas disease and leishmaniasis.
• We seek routes to effective treatments without the severe side effects of current drugs
• Our 45 teams in 13 research institutes across South America, Asia and the UK, include experts in immunology, chemical biology, structural biology, and parasitology
How can we help you?
Our Network of scientists can help your company progress your research and development in drug discovery.
• We provide up to £10,000, to fund e.g.:
o A researcher for 3 months
o Specialised equipment for joint project
o Biologics, chemical library access
• Industrial partner provides e.g.:
o Expertise, time
o Access to specialist equipment
o Chemical compounds
To find out more, contact Dr Mags Leighton | Project Officer