The MANCO Consortium is active within the scientific community. Our Partner CSIC has recently participated to major international conferences: the 8th European Congress of Virology (Gdansk, Poland) and the XVIth International Nidovirus Symposium (Montreux, Switzerland). In both events, posters were presented to show the MANCO results in particular in relation with our work performed in
The MANCO consortium has reached an important milestone! The MANCO team has been searching for broadly neutralizing human monoclonal antibodies to treat COVID-19. We identified a broadly reactive SARS-CoV-2 – 87G7 – that potently neutralized Omicron and other variants of concern. Moreover we demonstrated that 87G7 can provide protection against infection with these SARS-CoV-2 variants
The MANCO Consortium gathered for the first annual meeting on 28th January 2021. Once again the meeting was held via videoconference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 8 MANCO Partners presented and discussed the progress made per work package over the first year of the project. The project Scientific Officer at the European Commission participated to
The MANCO Project has joined Twitter! In addition to our website, we now have a Twitter account to communicate about our research and engage with project stakeholders as well as any people interested in what we are doing. In order to join the MANCO community and hear about the latest news, please follow us on
The MANCO project is presented on the European Research Area (ERA) corona platform. The European Commission has recently launched the ERA corona platform to provide useful information, dedicated support and updates on funding opportunities for coronavirus related research and innovation. The ERA corona platform also provides information on already funded coronavirus-specific projects such as MANCO. Our project
The 8 partners of MANCO officially launched the project at the kick-off meeting on 17th April 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation, a physical meeting was not possible so the MANCO kick-off meeting was held via videoconference. This did not stop this meeting from being successful. The meeting was a chance for all partners
The MANCO project has been awarded €3 million from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme. On 30th January 2020, the European Commission launched an emergency funding action to advance our understanding of the COVID-19 epidemic, contribute to more efficient clinical management of patients infected with the virus, as well as public health preparedness and response.