EvoCELL is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network aiming at studying the evolution of cell-types and tissues in a diverse array of vertebrates and invertebrates. To do so, the labs involved in the network will use the most recent single-cell and tissue genomic techniques, merging them with more traditional disciplines. EvoCELL ambitious training programme, also in the non-academic sector. Scientific outreach and communication of the project results to a wider public are a fundamental part of the project and all fellows will contribute to it.
The network brings together 8 academic and 2 non-academic organisations from 6 European countries.
|Country||The department, lab group|
|Germany||Dev. Biol Unit/Arendt lab|
|EMBL GeneCore Facility|
|Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Lüter lab, Dept. exhibitions|
|Italy||Stazione Zoologica Napoli|
|Norway||Department of Biological Sciences, University of Bergen|
|France||Observatoire Océanologique de Villefranche (OOV)|
|Institut de Génomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon (IGFL)|
|UK||Living Systems Institute/Jékely lab|
|Dept Genetics, Evolution & Environment|
|Sweden||Dept Earth Sciences, Budd/Janssen lab|