Below are download links for the Intellectual Outputs of the Project:
1. Modifications to subjects/study programmes in the area of Advanced Analytical Chemistry (AAC) in omics sciences (PhD level)
2. Manuscript for teaching AAC in omics sciences
3. E-materials for teaching AAC in omics sciences
Wojciech Łuczaj is starting his Learning Activity at Aveiro.
Eliana Alvez and Elizabete Maciel have finished their Learning and Training Activities at MUB.
Eliana Alvez and Elizabete Maciel (Aveiro) are starting their Learning and Training Activities at MUB.
The first draft of the manuscript for teaching advanced analytical chemistry is prepared and ready to be tested (one of the Intellectual Outputs of our project). The next semester will see many LTT Activities organized, some of them devored to testing of the manuscript on selected groups of students.
Michał Biernacki (MUB) finished his LTT Activity in Madrid.
Michał Biernacki (MUB) is starting his long-term (90 days) LTT Activity in Madrit (CEU).
Francisco J. Rupérez Pascualena (CEU, Madrid) finished the first, 5-day, part of his LTT Activity at Aveiro University.
Today is the last day of Carolina Gonzalez Riano's LTT Activity.
Dr Wojciech Łuczaj is finishing his Learning Activity at Aveiro while Carolina Gonzalez Riano's (CEU, Madrid) month-long visit at MUB (also a Learning Activity) is due to start on May 24.
The first Transnational Project Meeting is now taking place in Aveiro, Portugal. Our PMT Coordinator prof. Elżbieta Skrzydlewska and Head Researcher dr Wojciech Łuczaj will get together with researches from Aveiro and Madrid, talk about project matters, and spend some quality time in Portugal! Agnieszka Gęgotek is also starting her 60-day Learning Activity at Aveiro.
AACLifeSci has been kicked off today through an online meeting of our teams. Some of us had the opportunity to meet for the first time and we discussed all the important project matters.
What is Advanced Analytical Chemistry for Life Sciences (ACCLifeSci)?
Advanced Analytical Chemistry for Life Sciences (ACCLifeSci) is an educational and scientific project coordinated by prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Skrzydlewska, the Dean of MUB’s Faculty of Pharmacy with the Division of Laboratory Medicine, financed from Erasmus+ Programme implemented by a partnership of three universities:
What is the period of project implementation?
1st September 2015 – 31st August 2018
What is the subject matter of the project?
The rapid development of civilization diseases is the main reason for the increase of morbidity and mortality in Europe and quantitative/qualitative research into identifying biomarkers of civilization diseases in the context of omics, addressed by this project, is one of the possible remedies. Omics may explain the biochemical bases of an organism’s functioning through characterization/quantification of pools of biological molecules. As single compounds are ineffective biomarkers, omics give new opportunities for a more detailed understanding of diseases. This improves efficiency, monitoring, and leads to personalized therapy. Advanced Analytical Chemistry (AAC), an instrumental basis for all pharmaceutical/biomedical examinations, allows to apply the premises of omics in practice.
Omics development in European universities is imbalanced. Although AAC/omics is usually included in PhD courses through theoretical/practical classes, the number of specialized units/teams with access to dedicated equipment needed for a comprehensive approach is limited. There is also a lack of AAC-qualified academics, didactic materials or a system for an experience exchange at all levels. Thus, only few PhD students can be fully trained in AAC, instrumental analysis or data handling or acquire the skills necessary to integrate AAC with the needs of health service, hospital diagnostic labs, business or labour market.
What is the aim of the project?
The aim of the project is to adapt the study programmes of the three Partner Universities to the needs of the health service in the area of the use of Advanced Analytical Chemistry techniques in omics through an exchange of experiences at the European level.
How the aim will be achieved?
The aims of the project will be achieved by:
The project activities include partnership-based learning/training/teaching activities, and involve an exchange of experiences and good practices, creating a stable and active network of cooperation, and personal and social development of project participants.
What activities will be organized as part of the project?
The planned activities will play a key role in adequate preparation of the researchers/teachers involved in the project implementation and producing all the project’s Intellectual Outputs.
Learning Activities will be organized to provide the researchers/teachers the necessary theoretical and practical skills in AAC. This will be followed by Training Activities with students (workshops) whose purpose will be to expand on the previous sessions in a researcher/teacher-PhD student context (an international teaching cooperation). The last series of activities (Teaching Activities), in addition to providing a further extension of the earlier ones, will be aimed at testing the first draft of the manuscript and introducing all the necessary modifications.
Implementation of the project gives the unique opportunity for the 3 Partner Universities to combine the knowledge and experience of their scientific and administrative teams. An additional result of the project implementation will be an exchange of good practices and skills and an extension of cooperation between the 3 institutions, which may open possibilities for joint investigations in the future. Moreover, the project will create a rich multidisciplinary environment, facilitating the sharing of knowledge between each of the team members at a high academic level. It is envisaged that the impact of the project will extend to both the scientific community and patients, leading to a better therapeutic possibilities in the area of different diseases.
What is the reason for the international character of the project?
The transnational cooperation results from the inherent highly specialized nature, global character, and specific path of development of its subject area. Discussion during international events is key, so to realize the project objectives, a collaboration in a wide group of international experts, competent in various aspects of AAC and omics, is absolutely essential. As AAC and multiomics development in Europe varies, this will facilitate an exchange of knowledge, experience, and good practices. This is an EU-level added value, the outcomes impossible to achieve by one institution, or even various institutions from a single country.
Pliki do ściagnięcia:
1. Regulamin wyjazdów w ramach Programu Erasmus+, Akcja 2: Partnerstwa strategiczne
2. Umowa stypendialna z uczestnikiem wyjazdu
3. Załącznik nr 1: Wniosek o dofinansowanie projektu AACLifeSci wraz z harmonogramem (dostępne w Biurze Projektu).
4. Załącznik nr 2: Umowa finansowa projektu AACLifeSci (dostępna w Biurze Projektu) w tym Załącznik nr II (Warunki ogólne) i Załącznik nr III (Zasady finansowe i umowne)
5. Załącznik nr 3: Wzór potwierdzenia udziału w międzynarodowym spotkaniu projektowym / Wzór potwierdzenia udziału w działaniu związanym z uczeniem się, nauczaniem i szkoleniami
6. Załącznik nr 4: Wzór karty czasu pracy
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