Training and Research Aimed at Novel Antibacterial Solutions in Animals and People

TRAIN-ASAP is a Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded under the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission. The project is dedicated to the scientific and professional training of 12 early-stage researchers with the aim to develop novel antibacterial solutions for humans and animals. The consortium includes 9 academic institutions, 8 private enterprises and 2 national research centres representing 10 countries.

More information on the TRAIN-ASAP project and the ESRs can be found in the following article published by the EU Research magazine.