Mitochondrial European Education Training

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Mitochondrial European Education Training



The Mitochondrial European Education Training (MEET)

MEET is a project started on January 2013. MEET network is composed by a multi-partner project that intends to mobilize the critical mass of expertise, by linking partners from 8 different countries, among which 8 world-leading basic science and clinical centers of excellence, an 1 SME with direct interest in mitochondrial medicine and 3 associated partners that provide for all trainees no-scientific training. MEET is training 11 ESRs and 3 ERs coming from all over the world supervised in their research by 15 mentors and by their collaborators. MEET combine the efforts of leading clinicians with those of more basic oriented groups and will have important implications for the comprehension and treatment of mitochondria-related pathologies.

Abbreviation: MEET

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MEET specific objectives:

  • to educate a young generation of scientist in the appreciation and dissection of the multifaceted aspects of mitochondrial medicine, through the organization of four integrated Work Packages (WPs) divided into Tasks (Ts);
  • to implement up-to-date and innovative technologies and integrated methodologies in the field of mitochondrial physiopathology to dissect disease mechanisms and generate animal models;
  • to develop career pathways in order to fill in the current need for researchers with an all-round knowledge of both biological, clinical and managerial issues related to the rapidly emerging branch of mitochondrial medicine.

Contact details

Program manager

Serena Paterlini
Phone: +39 051 2088415 and +39 051 2088416
E-mail: [email protected]

Dissemination manager

Marialuisa Russo
Phone: +39 051 2088413 and +39 051 2088416
E-mail: [email protected]

Business address

University of Bologna, Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences (DIMEC)
Via Giuseppe Massarenti, 9
40138 Bologna, IT
General e-mail address: [email protected]


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