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CODI-STRAT – An Interdisciplinary Network Geared towards Sustainable Management of Chronic and Infective Diseases

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  • Snezna Sodin-Semrl

    (University of Primorska and University Medical Center Ljubljana, Slovenia)

  • Katja Lakota

    (University of Primorska and University Medical Center Ljubljana, Slovenia)

  • Jean Dubuisson

    (Center for Infection and Immunity of Lille, CNRS, France)

  • Bridget Ellul

    (University of Malta, Malta)

  • Antony Fenech

    (University of Malta, Malta)

  • José Joaquín Ceron Madrigal

    (University of Murcia, Spain)

  • Gerhard Thallinger

    (Graz University of Technology, Institute for Genomics and Bioinformatics, Austria)

  • Mauro Perretti

    (University of London, William Harvey Research Institute, UK)

  • Fulvio d’Acquisto

    (University of London, William Harvey Research Institute, UK)

  • John Raynes

    (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK)

  • Francisco Romero

    (Instituto Biomar S.A., Leon, Spain)

  • Nenad Filipovic

    (Bled School of Management (IEDC), Slovenia)

  • Carlos Chetrit Russi

    (Bioiberica S.A., Spain)

  • Peter Veranic

    (University of Ljubljana, Institute of Cell Biology, Slovenia)

  • Marco Caldin

    (San Marco Veterinary Laboratory (SMVL), Italy)

  • Damjana Rozman

    (University of Ljubljana, Center for Functional Genomics and Biochips, Institute of Biochemistry, Slovenia)

  • Matthew A. Mulvey

    (University of Utah, USA)

  • Matija Tomsic

    (University Medical Center Ljubljana and Institute of Rheumatology, Slovenia)

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    A collaborative effort of clinicians, infectologists, molecular biologists, pharmacologists, veterinarians, bioinformaticians, management and education specialists is united in order to develop novel strategies of detecting early stages of chronic and infectious diseases, their prevention and therapy. CODI-STRAT integrates 15 centers conducting research into chronic inflammatory/infectivous diseases from seven European (five Mediterranean) countries and the USA, with specific aims to: i) establish long-standing partner cross-disciplinary collaborations, ii) provide young investigators with broad and content-driven training, and iii) promote scientists directed towards chronic/infectivous disease management. This manuscript outlines the goals, partner roles and development of CODI-STRAT and its programme.

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    This chapter was published in: Snezna Sodin-Semrl & Katja Lakota & Jean Dubuisson & Bridget Ellul & Antony Fenech & José Joaquín Ceron Madrigal & Gerhard Thallinger & Mauro Perretti & Fulvio d’Acquisto & John Raynes & Francisco Romero & Nenad Filipovic & Carlos Chetrit Russi & Peter Veranic & Marco Caldin & Damjana Rozman & Matthew A. Mulvey & Matija Tomsic , , pages 237-255, 2011.
    This item is provided by University of Primorska, Faculty of Management Koper in its series MIC 2011: Managing Sustainability? Proceedings of the 12th International Conference, Portorož, 23–26 November 2011 [Selected Papers] with number 237-255.
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