We are very happy to announce the 2nd TICARDIO Conference which is jointly organised with the MCCT (Maastricht Consensus Conference on Thrombosis). The Joint Conference will take place from 23-25 March 2022 in Hotel Crowne Plaza in Maastricht, The Netherlands. Please follow this link for more information.
Trisha and Anxhela, both Early Stage Researchers, presented TICARDIO at the Science Fair in Mainz. On the Science Sofa, they talked about the advantages of TICARDIO, the importance of their research and why you should become a scientist, too!
The postponed symposium Thrombo-Inflammation was held virtually from February 18-19, 2021.
To view the program of the symposium click here: FLYER_Symposium_Thrombo-Inflammation_2021
Follow this link to explore our Early Stage Researchers’ latest publications!
TICARDIO Symposium: July 2-4th 2020 POSTPONED
Local regulations to limit the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic do not allow larger events in Germany until at least the end of August 2020. We will therefore postpone our CTH Anniversary Symposium to February 19-20 2021.
We are pleased to invite you to our TICARDIO symposium on Thrombo-inflammation in Mainz and to announce the confirmed keynote speakers. The year 2020 marks the 10th anniversary of the Center for Thrombosis and Hemostasis in Mainz and we are looking forward to celebrate with you on this occasion.
It’s our pleasure to announce that Tsvee Lapidot (Rehovot, Israel), Gwendalyn Randolph (St. Louis, USA) and Willem Ouwehand (Cambridge, UK) already confirmed their participation as keynote speakers.
Further details will follow as soon as we can proceed with planning the event.
TICARDIO will officially start on April 1, 2019 for its 48-month duration. The coordinating institution CTH, will host TICARDIO’s kick-off meeting from April 3-4, 2019 at its premises in Mainz, Germany. During this meeting the rules and regulations applying to the project will be discussed and all Consortium Bodies, including the Supervisory Board will be decided upon.
The TICARDIO Consortium Agreement (CA) - a contract regulating the rights and obligations among the Participants of an EU Project with reference to management structures and financial distribution but also concerning confidentiality, liability and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) – is now ready for signature.
Contrary to the Grant Agreement, the European Commission is not party to the CA. The CA is a contract between the Beneficiaries and is signed by each one of them. The Grant Agreement (GA) including its Annexes precedes the CA.