PRO-IMPLANT Foundation laboratory researcher Mrs. Tamta Tkhilaishvili has acquired MEDEA Scholarship for her PhD project "Can bacteriophages eradicate microbial biofilms" performed at Charité-University Medicine Berlin.
MEDical UnivErsities Alliance (MEDEA) is an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 project financed by the EACEA from July 2013 to July 2017. Medea Scholarships is a mobility grant aimed at promoting mobility between students of Health Sciences from the Eastern European countries, the “Third Countries” (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldovia, Belarussia and the Ukraine) and the EU. The MEDEA Consortium demonstrates thematic partnership, with relevance of medical studies to the student body within the partnerships and in the countries covered by the partnership, as well as the capacities and networks that it will strengthen in the universities/university hospitals involved, both in the Eastern Partnership countries and in the EU.
PRO-IMPLANT Foundation announced earlier that Mrs. Tamta Tkhilaishvili is performing an innovative project which may lead to new treatment concepts for difficult-to treat infections, for which there are no antibiotics available at the moment.
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