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Dutch Public-Private Partnership Invests 28 Million Euro on Research Into Personalized Medicine
Date:2/15/2010

cation">Europe," says Wim Deetman, chairman of the Executive Board of the BioMedical Materials (BMM) program.

"With the pattern of diseases such as cancer being different in virtually every different patient, personalized medicine is absolutely essential to improving patient outcomes," says Hans Hoogervorst, chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Center for Translational Molecular Medicine (CTMM). "The outstanding quality of the proposals selected from the joint call should really help us to put personalized medicine into practice."

Ton Rijnders PhD, chairman of the Executive Board of TI Pharma says, "This is a serious next step in bundling the strength of the three Top Institutes. Also in other fields like education & training and communication, BMM, CTMM, and TI Pharma will continue to cooperate and align their efforts."

The call for project proposals opened in June 2009 with a Joint Workshop on Imaging Guided and Targeted Drug Delivery, after which submission of proposals was invited. By the October 2009 deadline, 25 draft proposals had been submitted, which subsequently resulted in 19 full proposals. Selection of the 7 new projects that today received funding was based on peer review and evaluation by a joint International Scientific Advisory Board (j-ISAB) comprising of experts from around the world.

"I was impressed by the amount and quality of the submitted research applications and by the critical assessment work done by the j-ISAB. It was a delight to be involved in the selection of such an excellent portfolio of research," says Professor Bob Lowenberg MD, PhD, chairman of the joint International Scientific Advisory Board.

In total, BMM, CTMM and TI Pharma bring together over 180 national and international
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