FlowMetric Europe (FME) hosted a delegation of PhD students from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement.
The PHD students are part of the project titled ‘Age-related changes in Haematopoiesis (ARCH)’, aims to understand physiological changes in the hematopoietic system during lifespan, and to investigate the mechanisms of the occurrence of specific age-related hematological diseases.
The students arrived from different European research institutes to learn all about a CRO-Contract Research Organization that provides cell biology and flow cytometry services for clinical trials.
The FME team introduced the students into an overview of working in the world of pre-clinical and clinical trials with high quality standards and in global context with locations and clients both in Europe and in US.
The Students were also pleased to be toured in the OpenZone campus to discover the advantages of being a company that operates in a scientific campus entirely dedicated to health and founded on an approach geared towards open innovation.