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The N2B-patch project was extended!

The COVID-19 pandemic stopped and delayed drastically important project work planned for spring/ summer 2020. The delay forced us to ask for an extension of our project by 6 months. We are happy, that our amendment request was finally accepted by the European Commission and that the N2B-patch Consortium can continue its work until June 2021.

03.11.2020
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N2B-patch at ACTRIMS/ECTRIMS

Prof. Andrew Chan - University of Bern

The 8th Joint ACTRIMS/ECTRIMS Meeting “MS Virtual 2020” will take place from 11 to 13 September 2020. Our project partners EMSP and Prof. Andrew Chan from University of Bern will join this year again. Take a look back with us and watch the interview that we recorded during ACTRIMS/ECTRIMS Meeting 2019 in Stockholm. Andrew Chan is explaining why it is so important for us to get in touch with relevant stakeholders at conferences like the ACTRIMS/ECTRIMs joint event. Furthermore, he is describing his two different tasks in the project, as a clinician as well as a researcher.

Many thanks to Andrew Chan, EMSP and LGI for giving, organising and recording this great presentation!

You can watch the video in our download section or just visit our N2B-patch youtube channel.

 

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08.09.2020
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New video interview published! 3 partners talking about the potential benefit of N2B-patch for society.

We just published Part II of our Greece interviews.


Listen to our 3 project partners Martino Calamai (LENS), Matt Burton (Jen) and Jenny Ullrich (Fraunhofer) answering the question: "What could be the benefit of N2B-patch for society?"

Many thanks again to our project partner LGI who recorded these interviews and prepared the final video.

You can watch the video in our download section or just visit our N2B-patch youtube channel.

 

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09.06.2020
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Beiter produces face masks to support sustainable personal protection against COVID-19

Prof. Mavoungou (HBC) wearing the face mask produced by Beiter for lab work.

Our project partner Beiter is producing face masks to support a sustainable personal protection against the Corona virus.

The SME placed in southern Germany is using their expertise in injection molding to contribute to the current challenging situation. All parts of the masks are produced locally and are from high quality. The masks can easily be assembled, and adapted to an individual head size. The plexiglass panel can be removed and cleaned separately. It will be delivered with a forehead pad for better wearing comfort.

We are pleased about the great inventive talent of our project partner and wish everyone continued good health.

Please visit their website for more information: http://beiter.de/

18.05.2020
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Next video interviews with partners published! 5 answers to "Why N2B-patch is important to you?"

We just published the next N2B-patch video. The interview format has changed and project partner LGI recorded several partners during our Month-30 Consortium meeting in Greece answering the question: Why is N2B-patch important to you?

 

Have look what Costas Kiparissides (CERTH), Katharina Zimmermann (HBC), Matthew Burton (Jenson), Nora Kriauzaite (EMSP) and Lenka Kovarova (Contipro) said.

 

You can watch the video in our download section or just visit our N2B-patch youtube channel.

 

Stay tuned and subscribe to our N2B-patch youtube channel! Part II of our Greece interviews will be published soon.

11.03.2020
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The FAQ section for patients was updated

A survey gathered the perspective of over 300 people living with MS across Europe to better understand their expectations from this project. Their questions as well as other questions that might be important for the MS community are summarised in the section For Patients. The N2B-patch scientific team has provided the anwers.

EMSP recently published an article on this called "13 things people with MS expect from N2B-patch".

 

If you have additional questions please do not hesitate to contact the European Multiple Sclerosis Platform (EMSP) at http://www.emsp.org/contact/.

24.09.2019
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New video interview with Dr. Nazende Günday-Türeli published!

Dr. Nazende Günday-Türeli - MJR PharmJet

We recently published the next N2B-patch partner interview.

Dr. Nazende Günday-Türeli was interviewed during the Month-24 Meeting that took place at their facilities. Thanks a lot for hosting us!

 

Nazende explains the role of MJR PharjmJet within our project and provides some information about the gel that we are developing and why this is unique.

The last question concerns their equipment, she describes what the Consortium was able to see during the site visit right after the meeting. 

 

You can watch the video in our download section or just visit our N2B-patch youtube channel.

 

Stay tuned and subscribe to our N2B-patch youtube channel! Next interviews were already recorded - in a new format - and will be published soon.

22.08.2019
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Next N2B-patch video interview with Dr. Carmen Gruber-Traub published!

Dr. Carmen Gruber-Traub, the N2B-patch Project Coordinator, is answering questions about her experiences in European research projects and the role of Fraunhofer IGB in N2B-patch. Furthermore she is explaining the difference of the N2B-patch technology concept compared to current MS treatment methods; if N2B-patch can be used for other drugs and what main challenges we are facing within the N2B-patch platform development.

This is one of two videos produced at our Month-24 Consortium Meeting at MJR PharmJet.

 

You can watch the video in our download section or just visit our N2B-patch youtube channel.

 

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04.06.2019
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World MS Day is on 30th May 2019!

The 2019 campaign #MyInvisibleMS is about raising awareness of the invisible symptoms of MS and the unseen impact of MS on quality of life.

A lot of organisations all over the world inform about multiple sclerosis and its symptoms.

 

Find out what's going on in your region!

https://worldmsday.org/

29.05.2019
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