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June 30, 2022

The European project HUTER, led by INCLIVA, presents its conclusions as part to create the cellular map of the human uterus

Date: June 30th 2022.

Prof Carlos Simón, HUTER Project Coordinator, presented the final outcomes from the project during the plenary session of the third day of the Human Cell Atlas 2022 General Meeting held in Vienna, Austria, from 27th -29th June in a hybrid format.

Prof. Carlos Simón presented the final outcomes of the project at the Plenary Session 6- Results of the EU Horizon 2020 Pilot Projects.

“Despite all the complications that have resulted from the global COVID pandemic, we have managed to meet all of our goals to map the uterus at single cell resolution like never before. The results obtained from this coordinated project will help to better understand the functioning of the human uterus. This will allow us to understand how many diseases of the female reproductive tract occur and, in turn, how to solve them”, explains Professor Carlos Simón, coordinator of the project and principal investigator of the INCLIVA Reproductive Medicine Research Group.

This event gives as finalized the HUTER project which held previously its final Steering Committee on June 23rd 2022 and where all partners participated. The meeting also included in the afternoon session a training session on the platform.