Meet our ‘Sibling Projects’

Connect with the other high-profile European Projects and their Consortia that were funded under the same HEU call (2023-DISEASE-03-07).

BEATsep aims to define markers of poor recovery of patients after sepsis and septic shock. This will be achieved through the discovery of novel mechanisms and their markers predicting the decline of health-related quality of life after sepsis.
BEHIND-MS aims to understand how Epstein-Barr virus promotes multiple sclerosis development by mapping interactions between the virus, immune system, and brain cells. This will lead to new diagnostic, preventive and therapeutic tools.
CLARITY aims to identify genetic risk factors and mechanisms linked to severe bronchiolitis induced by respiratory syncytial virus in infants, by using AI to analyse data and identify alterations in cellular, molecular and physiological processes.
COMMUTE aims to estimate the risk of neurodegenerative disorders comorbidities after COVID-19 infection and understand the comorbidity between COVID and neurodegenerative disorders at the mechanistic level.
EBV-MS investigates the link between Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) infection and the development of multiple sclerosis (MS), to determine why some infected individuals develop MS, and to explore whether targeting EBV could prevent or improve the course of MS.
ENT1DEP aims to generate new knowledge about the association between enterovirus infections (particularly by Coxsackie viruses B – CVBs) and Type 1 Diabetes (T1D), and the host factors regulating the outcomes of infections.
Homi-lung investigates the relationship between cardiovascular disease progression and the immune and microbiome changes after pneumonia, thus enabling early identification of at-risk patients, and developing new treatments.
POINT, a European Union-funded initiative, aims to improve the outcomes of people who have had COVID-19 by conducting research into its long-term effects. Through advanced biomarkers and a virtual twin model, we will personalise care for survivors, predict future health complications, and develop standardised guidelines for healthcare professionals. Join us in our mission to improve the lives of millions of patients.