H2020 Success for UCL & Division of Medicine
10 January 2017
UCL researchers have been awarded a prestigious EU H2020 TEAMING grant, in collaboration with a consortium of Portuguese Universities led by Prof Rui Reis at the University of Minho. The UCL team is led by Prof Jonathan Knowles, UCL Eastman Dental Institute. The other UCL investigators include Richard Day (Division of Medicine), Ivan Wall (Department of Biochemical Engineering), Giampietro Schiavo (Institute of Neurology), Andreas Schätzlein (School of Pharmacy), Vivek Mudera (Division of Surgery), Tim McHugh (Division of Infection and Immunity), Jane Kinghorn (Translational Research Office). The total value of the EU H2020 grant is €15M, of which UCL have been awarded €5.1M as part of the scheme. Portuguese partners will leverage additional national funding to an impressive total of around €100M over the 7 years duration of the grant. A key overarching focus for the TEAMING award will be to capture and accelerate clinical, innovation and enterprise activities.