The EMMA Core Structure and the Mouse Clinic are integrated with the other International Institutions at the Monterotondo Campus and participate in several international projects for functional genomics in the mouse model, with specific financial support by the European Union's Framework Programmes 4-7 and Horizon2020. They also take part in the International Consortia IMPC, IKMC, FIMRe-IMSR and are key components of the INFRAFRONTIER research infrastructure, which has been selected by the European Roadmap for Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) and by the Italian Roadmap for Pan-European Research Infrastructures and related national roadmaps, as a "Landmark" distributed infrastructure for the current and future development of the European biomedical research.
CNR organizes the Monterotondo Workshops and Practical Courses on Cryopreservation of Mouse Germplasm, in collaboration with the Jackson Laboratory and financial support by European Union's Framework Programmes. It also participates in the organization of the Theoretical Courses "Mouse Genetics: Models for Human Diseases" and "RNA structure and Function", at the ICGEB, Trieste. It collaborates with the EMBL-European Learning Laboratory for the Life Sciences (ELLS) in organizing training courses for secondary school teachers and students.
International projects (supported by the European Union's Framework Programmes):
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
European Mouse Mutant Archive (EMMA)
Campus "Adriano Buzzati-Traverso"
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