ECLectic training for a better future

We aim to train 10 doctoral students (DCs) in the field of sensing, diagnostics and spectroscopy, focusing particularly on the development of high-performance biosensors to solve infection problems for the next generation of sensing platforms.

Our challenge to change the world

We have selected sepsis as the target disease because it is a significant analytical challenge, demanding extreme detection sensitivity, high selectivity and extremely rapid response. ECL is a powerful diagnostics tool with exceptional performance in terms of signal to noise ratio.

Our multidisciplinary eclectic team

To reach these goals, we have assembled a highly inter- and multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral eclectic team of analytical scientists, (nano)(bio) materials specialists, microfluidic device engineers as well as clinicians so as to enable ultimate translation to the clinic.

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The international training program

The ECLectic doctoral program uses best practices globally while being easy to implement building on international experience on joint doctorate programs, cotutelle agreements and frequent co-supervision of PhD programs.
ECLectic will exploit partners’ skills in international supervision of students and doctoral candidates (10 DC) and implementation of cutting edge research and training program.

Beneficiaries

Alma Mater Studiorum
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CIC BiomaGUNE
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University of Milan
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Université de Bordeaux
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Dublin City University
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Stichting imec Nederland
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Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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BCMaterials, Basque Center for Materials Applications and Nanostructures
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Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg
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Dynamic Biosensors
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Associated Partner Organisations

University of Messina
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University of Connecticut
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Global Sepsis alliance
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PSIQUADRO
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Europ. Soc. Clin. Microbio. and Infect. Diseases
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Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg
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Wageningen University
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Universidad da Coruña
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Universidad de Pais Basco
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