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We are a group of researchers in 8 European countries with one aim in common: We want to understand how endothelial cells and macrophages work together in the brain to promote health and how this interaction may be disturbed in neurological diseases. The websites are to give you a short overview about our research interests, our background and our achievements.

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The 14 projects in ENTRAIN work closely together but all have their own research focus.
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ENTRAIN is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union. We are a group of researchers in 8 European countries with one aim in common: We want to understand how endothelial cells and macrophages work together in the brain to promote health and how this interaction may be disturbed in neurological diseases. The websites are to give you a short overview about our research interests, our background and our achievements.

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The application deadline for several projects is prolonged!

We offer 14 PhD positions for Early Stage Researchers (ESR) for three years to undertake research in neuroinflammation. Funded as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training ...

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Press Release Project start

Research on inflammation in the brain to improve the therapies for stroke, Alzheimer disease and ...

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Meetings
Kickoff Meeting
Barcelona, Spain
6th to 9th October 2019
2nd Meeting
Bern, Switzerland
June 2020
3rd Meeting
Lübeck, Germany
February 2021