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The project will generate a joint cross-border strategy covering basic and applied research activities in the field of Alzheimer’s disease diagnostics, transfer modern cutting-edge technologies into clinical practice, and accelerate the development of new diagnostics tools.
The interconnection and involvement of ecosystems - from the academic and government to business- as one of the main pillars of enhancing innovation- was highlighted by speakers and other distinguished guests who took part in the all-day-long kick-off meeting.
Stefan Weiers, a Head of Sectorat the European Commission, congratulated the Czechoslovak consortium for successful project preparation and pointed out how the pandemic worsened the innovation gap between the West and the East region.
Moreover, the ADDIT-CE project should help to design a national plan for combatting dementia in the region, since Alzheimer’s disease affects many individuals, and currently, there are no effective disease-modifying therapies.
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