The “REMEDIC” project
video intro REMEDIC
video - The outcome of the action
The project “Cross Border Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine Center” with the acronym “REMEDIC” was developed jointly by the Schools of Medicine of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece and the Higher Medical School of the "St. Kliment Ohridski” University in Bitola of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
The aim of the project was the development of the infrastructures and the expedition of technology transfer with respect to cellular therapies and regenerative medicine.
REMEDIC project was approved under the IPA Cross-Border Programme “Greece – the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 2007-2013”, (Priority Axis 1: Enhancement of Economic Development, Measure 1.4 Protect Human Life) which aims to enhance convergence in the programme area by promoting sustainable local development.
The «Greece – the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia IPA Cross-Border Programme 2007-2013»
The «Greece – the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia IPA Cross-Border Programme 2007-2013» is a cross-border cooperation Programme co-financed by the European Union under the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA). The Programme focuses on promoting sustainable economic and social development in the border areas and assisting co-operation for addressing common challenges in fields such as the environment, natural and cultural heritage and public health. The Global Objective of the Programme is “to enhance convergence in the programme area by promoting sustainable local development”. The total budget of the Programme for the period 2007-2013 is 31.549.722,00 €.