Interdisciplinary research consortia

Cancer Research Institute Ghent (CRIG)

Fundamental, translational and clinical cancer research across expertise domains. Bring better and faster results to cancer patients through academia-industry collaboration

Cross-Health platform (XH)

The following disciplines collaborate within the Cross-Health platform to develop applications benefitting human and/or animal health: veterinary and human medicine, plant biotechnology, bio-engineering, medicinal chemistry and data sciences.

Ghent University Research for Aging Young (GRAY)

GRAY is an interdisciplinary consortium aimed at boosting healthy ageing through excellent translational research, societal impact and valorisation of new solutions, interventions, products and services. GRAY brings together the expertise of health promotion, environments and urbanisation, adaptive technologies, societal valorisation and basic research within the field of ageing and closes the gap between science and society.

U(Z)Gent platform of gene, cell and tissue engineering (GATE)

Fosters multidisciplinary collaborations across AU(Z)Gent to accelerate the creation and commercialization of cell and tissue engineering research. Covers a broad scope of technologies and expertise applicable to gene and cell therapy, artificial organ systems and regenerative medicine.