COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS

TRANSBIO SUDOE aims at promoting interdisciplinary and interregional research in the field of health & life sciences.
TRANSBIO SUDOE can provide mobility support (transport & accommodation) for scientists interested in setting up collaborative research projects.

Below the procedure to launch a collaborative project :
  1. Create a TRANSBIO account => registration
  2. When approved, enter the intranet via the Enter TRANSBIO SUDOE bottom bar
  3. Select in partner access => Post collaborative project
For all questions or further help, contact your regional local WP2 mini-cluster responsible..

Using DNA editing strategies to increase crop tolerance towards emergent environmental stresses

Partner A Member : Lisboa
Name of principal investigator : SALEMA-FEVEREIRO
Firstname : Pedro
Email : psalema@itqb.unl.pt
Position : Staff
Affiliation Name : ITQB
Road : Av da Republica
Postbox : 2780-157
Town : Oeiras
Country : Portugal
Partner B Member : Barcelona
Name of principal investigator : PUIGDOMENECH-ROSELL
Firstname : Pere
Email : pere.puigdomenech@cragenomica.es
Position : Staff
Affiliation Name : Centre de Recerca en Agrigenomica
Road : campus UAB
Postbox :
Town : Barcelona
Country :
Request for financial support 3 scientists for 5 days (Partner A to Partner B)
1 scientist for 2 days (Partner A to Partner B)
Request for technical support :
- Need of TTO's support to ease collaboration agreements :
No
- Need for identification of funding opportunities (regional, national, European) : No

Added value of the cooperation : the cooperation will bring together research teams from two institutions devoted to the use of biotechnology using the new DNA editing technologies (TALENs and CRISPR). The cooperation aims to prepare for a European project proposal.

Summary of the proposal : The aim of this cooperation is to design new research project proposals to develop strategies based in the ability to edit eucariotic DNA using nucleases to improve plant tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses, in particular those arising from the climatic changes said to be especially pronounced in the Mediterranean areas. These proposals will explore the different possibilities of using TALENS and CRISPR to knockout specific genes aiming to understand their function, to target specific locations of the genomes to land a gene controlling a specific tolerant characteristic or to substitute alleles by allelic variants increasing tolerances.

The project proposals to be develop will take in particular account the needs of breeding and seed companies.

Ricardo RODRIGUEZ, Galicia
Anais GONZALEZ, Barcelona

CARE-U: take control of your health whichever you are
Denis DUPUY, Bordeaux
Julian CERON MADRIGAL, Barcelona
Sonia DA ROCHA, Bordeaux
Functional genomic analysis of the LSM-like protein family in C. elegans
Jorge PINTO PAIVA, Lisboa
Jacqueline GRIMA-PETTENATI, Toulouse
Olga SERRA FIGUERAS, Barcelona
SW European consortium for forest genomics: Transcriptional regulation and post-transcriptional regulation of secondary cell wall in forest trees\\\"
Joaquin DOPAZO, Valencia
Ligia SARAIVA, Lisboa

RNA-seq studies of Gram-negative pathogens
Ana ESTEVEZ, Lisboa
Lourdes LOURDES VEGA, Barcelona
Pineiro MANUEL PINEIRO, Galicia
Development of New Artificial Blood Substitutes using Fluorinated Ionic Liquids
Ana VARELA COELHO, Lisboa
Salvador VENTURA, Barcelona
Francesc CANALS, Barcelona
DiggingLabel‐free high resolution MS
Jose louis ROSELLO, Isles Baleares
Franciso CODONER, Valencia

development of Field Programmable Gate Arrays
Raquel SA LEAO, Lisboa
Carmen MUNOZ-ALMAGRO, Barcelona

Improved detection of Streptococcus pneumoniae from carriage samples using non-culturable methods
Pedro SALEMA-FEVEREIRO, Lisboa
Pere PUIGDOMENECH-ROSELL, Barcelona

Using DNA editing strategies to increase crop tolerance towards emergent environmental stresses
View proposal
Maria manuela CHAVES, Lisboa
Hipolito MEDRANO, Isles Baleares

Variability of water use efficiency in grapevines
Joan PERELLO, Isles Baleares
Josep maria CAMPISTOL, Barcelona

Develop clinical trials for a new drug for dialysis patients
Carla ANTONIO, Lisboa
Laetitia FOUILLEN, Bordeaux

Understanding drought response and recovery in Medicago truncatula using state-of-the-art metabolomics/lipidomics technologies