The following organisations are partners in ARCAID

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Arthrogen

 GlaxoSmithKline

GSK is a science-led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better, live longer. For further information please visit www.gsk.com.

Contact: Pilar Jimenez-Royo

Scientific Leader, Inflammation imaging

GSK’s clinical imaging team develops and applies imaging tools to help deliver transformational medicines for patients; relative to the innovations in structural, functional and molecular imaging, drug development uses a relatively limited set of established methods. However, we must continue to leverage innovative new technology that gives us a competitive edge and enables us to build a competitive pipeline”

 Maasstad logo RB060819  Erasmus MC logo Maasstad hospital/ Erasmus University Medical Center

Contact: Dr. Radjesh Bisoendial
Rheumatologist

Radjesh is dedicated to uncover the role of the lymphatic vasculature in driving immune responses in systemic inflammatory diseases by using an interdisciplinary approach and unique biomaterials from well-defined patient cohorts. His research involves cutting-edge multi-modal imaging technology and flow cytometry/cell sorting facilities, in conjunction with complex in vitroand in vivomodels to gain greater insight into disease pathogenesis and to design diagnostic tests that allow earlier disease diagnosis and identification of new therapeutic targets.

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Contact: Caroline Ospelt, PD Dr. Dr. med

 UiO

Greifflab

University of Oslo/GreiffLab

  • Keywords:
  • adaptive immune receptors, machine learning, immunotherapeutics, immunodiagnostics
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VIB / Ghent University

Saeys Unit - Data Mining and Modeling for Biomedicine

Contact: Yvan Saeys

Keywords:

Data science, Systems Immunology, Computational Flow Cytometry

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 Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital at the University of KwaZulu-Natal  Sanquin Blood supply foundation

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 Leiden University Medical Center

Contact: Bart Everts

At our department of parasitology, we are using our knowledge of parasite-induced immunemodulation and cellular metabolism, to understand how we can modulate pro-inflammatory immune responses to develop approaches to treat infectious as well non-infectious diseases.

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 Charite  DRFZ

Charité – University Medicine Berlin

Deutches Rheuma ForschungsZentrum (DRFZ)

Contact:Tobias Alexander

The Autoimmunology Group is fundamentally involved in analysing the mechanisms which contribute to and help maintain severe autoimmune diseases in order to develop new therapeutic concepts.

Our main focus is on the role of long-lived autoreactive plasma cells in autoimmune diseases.

IBM

Contact: Maria Rodriguez Martinez

An initial training in physics together with many enriching professional experiences in top-ranked institutions has provided her with a highly interdisciplinary background, which she employs to develop quantitative approaches to answer fundamental biological and biomedical questions 

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Semmelweis University Semmelweis University

Department of Genetics,
Cell- and Immunobiology

Contact: Gyorgy Nagy

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fps Pfizer-University of Granada-Junta de Andalucía Centre for Genomics and Oncological Research (GENYO)

GENYO is a mixed centre with stakes held by  Regional Ministries, the University of Granada and Pfizer. Genyo is a space for excellent research in genomic medicine, focussing on the comprehensive study and understanding of the genetic basis of human diseases in general, with emphasis on cancer and genetic disorders related to inheritance. This centre, together with those of Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine and Nanomedicine have the objective of supporting and fostering translational research in Advanced Therapies. 

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TubaScan is an SME with a strong focus on developing molecular diagnostic assays on the basis of human biomarkers. It is a spin-off company from the Department of Medical Microbiology and Infection Control of the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam. It is currently developing two diagnostic assays:

  1. TubaSCAN for Chlamydia trachomatis associated infertility and tubal pathology based on host genetic markers.
  2. PreselectSCAN as a biomarker Assay for prediction of clinical response to B-lymphocyte inhibiting or depleting therapies using expression levels of genes of the Type I IFN pathway to identify therapy response.
 Karolinska Institute

 logo INGMThe National Institute of Molecular Genetics (INGM)

Contact: Dr. Jens Geginat

The Fondazione Istituto Nazionale di Genetica Molecolare (INGM) is an advanced research center located in Milan, Italy, which creates a well-defined niche of activities in the field of human “omics” research. Through a diversified research network of public and private collaborations, INGM develops research projects aimed at identifying new biomarkers and new therapeutic targets that could improve the secondary prevention of chronic diseases (infectious, autoimmune or neoplastic). With the continuous aging of the population, secondary prevention is becoming a key factor for more sustainable health programs of our societies.

 Copenhagen University Hospital

 diakonhjemmetDiakonhjemmet Hospital (NKRR)

Contact: Till Uhlig

 GU

 

Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg

 King’s College London

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The European Infrastructure for Translational Medicine (EATRIS) aims to make translation of scientific discoveries into medical products more effective to ultimately improve human health and quality of life. It supports clients from academia and industry in developing their biomedical discoveries for novel preventive, diagnostic or therapeutic products up to clinical proof of concept. Around 90 academic institutions of excellence in translational research, based in 13 European Member States, are currently members of the research infrastructure. EATRIS ‘Coordination & Support’ (C&S) is located in Amsterdam (Netherlands).

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 UCB Pharma