Monday, 30 January 2023

Partner 12: SYNAPSE Research Management Partners

SYNAPSE withdrew from the NeoVanc project on 1st February 2017

SYNAPSE is a company specialized in the management of research and development projects in the biomedical sector, working with a great variety of stakeholders at both national and international levels (pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, research centres, academia, hospitals, etc.).

Located in Barcelona, SYNAPSE leverages the expertise of highly skilled, experienced project management professionals with a track record of over 15 years in international collaboration projects, with special attention to EC-funded projects since FP3 (including ESPRIT, INCO, TAP, LIFE, IST, ICT, HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT, NMP, IMI JU) among other programmes and funding schemes, directly supporting the coordinators of 8 running FP7 and IMI projects and acting as Coordinators of the programme Management Office of the IMI JU funding for EMIF, a large-scale IMI project (56 M€).
SYNAPSE is also managing two major national projects in the biomedical field, involving 25M€+: the CENIT-NEOGENIUS project on drug discovery involving three of the leading Spanish pharma companies, and the HIVACAT Catalan HIV-1 vaccine research program.

It regularly provides support to a variety of research institutions, companies and governmental agencies on project proposal preparation, project negotiation, execution and exploitation. Collaborators include top-level researchers in UK, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland and Italy, among others, from both academia and industry, acting as project coordinators. SYNAPSE’s personnel are regularly invited to teach lectures and courses on several aspects related to the management of EU projects.

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