University of Lübeck publishes website on the research project nEUROinflammation.
Research project ongoing throughout Europe
The responsive web design agency gradwerk conceives, designs and develops a new project website for the Europe-wide research project nEUROinflammation.
Currently, 13 young international researchers are working on finding strategies to modulate cell behaviour in the brain for therapeutic purposes.
The Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) nEUROinflammation is funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme (FP7) for Research and Technological Development. The programme focuses on the promotion of young scientists within the framework of the Marie Curie Actions. Partners include the UKE Hamburg, the University of Bern, the University of Münster and many other institutes, universities and companies.
In Europe, about 650,000 patients die of strokes every year, and a similar number suffer from multiple sclerosis. 16 partners from the academic and private sectors with complementary scientific backgrounds are committed to the training of 13 so-called Early Stage Researchers (ESR).
The professional profiles of these 13 researchers are the focus of the website presentation. Each participant presents his or her project, the intention and the own goals to be achieved with the research work. The clear conceptual goal of the new website was to focus on the Early Stage Researchers. Each researcher introduces himself and his project.
gradwerk is responsible for the entire concept, design and implementation. With the help of CMS 6, the editors of the University of Lübeck can manage all contents of the English-language website. Additional databases developed for the client serve the comfortable administration of the researcher profiles as well as the job offers, which are also part of the new website. In future, it will also be possible to apply online for the next project.
Universität zu Lübeck
The University of Lübeck is a German university in the Hanseatic city of Lübeck, which was established in 1964 as the second medical faculty of the Christian Albrechts University in Kiel. The university campus is located south of the city in the St. Jürgen district.