News from ERINHA

The latest news from ERINHA are available here.

What is ERINHA?

The European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents (ERINHA) is conceived to develop an adequate and coordinated effort of the European research capacities to address the challenges posed by these highly pathogenic micro-organisms infecting humans, with high risks for public health, society and the economy.

The ERINHA infrastructure will provide open access to state-of-the-art BSL4 facilities for the European scientific community to enhance basic and finalised research activities and diagnostic activities.

ERINHA's implementation is scheduled for 2017 so we are looking froward to this project progress.


More information on ERINHA on their website.

Publication: Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda

The European Technology Platform on Nanomedicine published this year together with Euromed2 the update of the Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda for Nanomedicine for 2016-2030.

This documents is intended to provide a framework for the deployment of innovative Nanomedicine solutions for healthcare and to provide public authorities, including the European Commission, with roadmap and priorities for research.

Infectious diseases and multidrug resistance resistance bacteria are still a priority.

To learn more, you can read the report here.


PneumoNP Newsletter - December 2016

The lateste trimetrial newsletter from PneumoNP is available.

Read here the latest progress of this project. 

EMA webinar/workshop: towards new treatments for tuberculosis

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is organizing a workshop on the development of new medicines to treat tuberculosis on 25 November 2016, 9:00-16:00, that will be broadcasted live on the EMA website on the event page.

 The workshop is part of the consultation process on the revision of EMA’s guidance for the development of new treatments for tuberculosis, an addendum to EMA’s guideline on the evaluation of medicines to treat bacterial infections.

More details are available here.

Agenda is available here.

Trimestrial newsletter of the PneumoNP project

Here is the latest Trimestrial newsletter of the PneumoNP project from our cluster...



The NAREB project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 604237.