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== Partner circular 2 ==
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2015-02-27 COST MITOEAGLE
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Dear COST Action Participants,
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== Payment modalities for COST Actions ==
  
We would like to welcome you to MITOEAGLE. We are overwhelmed by the numerous responses (46 groups) and the great interest in this COST Action, which encourages us in our ambitions.
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:::: '''The following message was sent by the COST association to the Grant Holder on November 3 to explain the change in payment modalities:'''
  
For up-to-date information on participants and Working Groups, please check the following links:
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:::: Dear Grant Holder,
: » http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/MitoGlobal_EAGLE#EAGLE_consortium
 
: » http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/COST_MITOEAGLE (*)
 
  
At a first glance, the four Working Groups (WGs) seem to be appropriate for the consortium. Feel free to update or change your selection of the WGs you will join, particularly when the WGs will be elaborated more precisely. Please note that we have changed the focus from “human and mouse models” to “human and rodent models”. Furthermore, we would like to ask you, whether you consider the specific focus on gender to be appropriate or if we should keep a general balance for all EAGLE topics (Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle – Environment)?
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:::: We are contacting you concerning the COST Action Grant Agreement which has been signed between your institution and the COST Association. Following the rules which are
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:::: applicable to the Specific Grant Agreement signed between the European Commission and the COST Association, and in line with the Article 5.4 of the Grant Agreement, we
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:::: regret to inform you that the second instalment (as foreseen in the article 5.3 Grant Agreement, amounting to up to 35% of the Grant amount) will have to be postponed until the
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:::: approval of the Yearly Financial Report of your Action. We would like to inform you that the following decision is necessary to facilitate the efficient running of the
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:::: financial management of COST.
  
In order to participate in a COST Action, participants will need to register in the COST electronic database, e-COST, with affiliation profile and CV. Multiple participants may register for each institution. Registration is very simple and straightforward and can be found on:
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:::: The COST Association Administration, together with the Governance is working on improving the situation as of the next Grant Agreement (starting 01/05/2017). To do so,
: » https://e-services.cost.eu/?module=user&action=loginForm&userParam%5BrequestedURI%5D=%2F
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:::: the COST Association will adapt the pre-financing percentage stated in the COST Action Grant Agreement and in the COST Vademecum. This will imply also an improvement
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:::: of the timing of payments to be done in order to better align with the payment modalities of the European Commission.  
  
We would like to ask you to forward us the name of your groups' main contact person (first name, last name) and the corresponding e-mail used in the e-COST registration within the next week. ‘Proposers’ will then be invited among the main contact persons through the e-COST submission tool. ‘Proposers’ have to finally accept the invitation by following the link in the invitation e-mail.  
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:::: In practical terms, it means that instead of disbursing the pre-financing in two tranches:
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:::: * First pre-financing of 65% at the beginning of the period
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:::: * Second pre-financing of 35% around month 8 of the Grant period based on the actual need of the Action
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:::: The COST Association would do three payments:
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:::: * First pre-financing of 50% depending on the first date of planned activities
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:::: * Second pre-financing of 35% around month 8 of the Grant Period, depending on the need of the Action based on the Intermediate Financial Report
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:::: * Last payment of up to 15% based on the Yearly Financial Report, after the end of the Grant Period
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:::: If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the AO or the SO of your Action.
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:::: Kind Regards
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:::: Adrien Routelous
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:::: Head of Science Administration and Finance
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:::: [email protected] | www.cost.eu
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== CA15203 Drafting Work and Budget Plan for COST Action for Grant Period 1 (2016-11-01 to 2017-04-30) ==
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:::: Dear Prof Erich Gnaiger,
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:::: The COST Association has allocated a budget of 68000 EUR for COST Action for Grant Period 1 (2016-11-01 to 2017-04-30).
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:::: Please click on the link below to log into e-cost and follow the instructions to draft the Work and Budget Plan for this Grant Period. You will only be able to encode activities that occur during the Grant Period and are permitted under the COST rules.
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:::: https://e-services.cost.eu/action/CA15203/2137/wbp/instructions
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:::: e-COST will prompt you to enter a justification for any activities that require an exceptional approval from the COST Association or if the budget that you encode exceeds the allocated budget. These request and justifications will then be reviewed by the COST Association.
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:::: After the first Management Committee meeting the Work and Budget Plan will be revised by the person elected Chair by the Management Committee and submitted for review by the COST Association. Once approved by the COST Association it will be automatically sent for MC approval via the e-COST based MC online approval tool and the Grant Agreement documentation will be prepared.
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:::: If you have any questions please contact the Science Officer for CA15203, Dr Federica Ortelli ([email protected])
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:::: Best regards,
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:::: COST Association Avenue Louise 149 1050 Brussels | Belgium www.cost.eu
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:::: Ref: E-27.A
 
    
 
    
Sandra will manage these further steps in our COST Action application.
 
  
Best regards,
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=== 2016-03-02 COST MitoEAGLE - Next steps ===
  
 
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:::: Dear colleague,
Erich and Sandra
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: Erich Gnaiger, Ao.Univ.-Prof., Ph.D.
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:::: We would like to let you know that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of the COST Action MitoEAGLE  has been published on e-COST: » http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15203.
: Medical University of Innsbruck
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: Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery
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::::1. If you are interested in being part of  the Management Committee (MC), please contact us with a very brief outline of  your active role in the Action: choice of Working Group(s) - [[MitoEAGLE#Working_Groups]]. We will need a balance of MC members in the working groups and management tasks.
: D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
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: A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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::::2. Even if you are listed in the Network of Proposers, you will have to  contact your COST National Coordinator (CNC) who will be responsible for your  participation in the MitoEAGLE Action and the nominations to the Management  Committee.
: Link: http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/MitoGlobal_EAGLE
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::::» [[COST Action MitoEAGLE]]
: Disclosure: Dr Erich Gnaiger is founder and CEO of OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS – www.oroboros.at
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::::» [[MitoEAGLE network |Join the COST Action CA15203 MitoEAGLE]]
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:::: As soon as the MoU has been accepted by five Countries through their respective CNCs, the Action can officially start. The COST Association will organize the kick-off meeting of our Action.
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:::: If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us.
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:::: Best regards,
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:::: [[Gnaiger Erich| Erich]] and Sandra
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:::: Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Erich Gnaiger
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:::: Medical University of Innsbruck
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:::: Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery  
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:::: D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
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:::: Mitochondrial Physiology
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:::: Email: [email protected] http://www.mitofit.org
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:::: Sandra Fleischmann, MSc MSc, Project Manager
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:::: OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS high-resolution respirometry
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:::: Schöpfstrasse 18
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:::: A-6020 Innsbruck
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:::: Austria
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:::: T +43 512 566796 | F +43 512 566796 20
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:::: Email: [email protected] http://www.oroboros.at
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== Approval ==
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::: '''2016-02-15 COST MitoEAGLE was approved''' - circular from the proposer
  
=== Originally listed Working groups (WG) ===
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:::: Dear colleague,
  
'''WG1.    MITOEAGLE data base on gender and mt-function in health and disease'''
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:::: We are delighted to inform you that our COST Action proposal  “Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle - Environment (MitoEAGLE)” was approved by the COST Committee of Senior Officials. The very positive evaluation of MitoEAGLE (» [[COST Action MitoEAGLE]]) is truly overwhelming, especially taking into consideration that the success rate of COST applications submitted by the September collection date was only 10%.  
:* Mainly published data from WG participants will be cataloged in the detail beyond the published record (anonymised data on individuals in addition to group averages; tabulated results in addition to figures; conversion to common SI units; comparability of normalization).
 
:* Data management systems - diversity vs. unification to manage the MITOEAGLE biometrics database.
 
:* Measures of mitochondrial respiratory function in human and rodent tissues, blood cells and cell lines will be structured according to the EAGLE background, with specific emphasis on gender-specific mt-function and gender medicine; joint publication.
 
  
'''WG2.    Challenges on quality control for reference data in mitochondrial physiology'''
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:::: We would like to thank you very much for supporting this Action and inform  you that we have re-opened the MitoEAGLE website: » [[MitoEAGLE]].  
:* Basic concepts and communication: Consolidation of concepts and nomenclature on mitochondrial respiratory states and control parameters; [[MitoPedia]]; joint publication.
 
:* Laboratory standards: Protocols, technologies and standard procedures; data base on laboratory protocols.
 
:* Reference data in mitochondrial physiology: Quality control, documentation, bioinformatics standards.  
 
  
'''WG3.    Inter-laboratory test and outreach'''
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:::: We will follow up with next steps ASAP and are looking forward to a  prosperous collaboration!
:* An inter-laboratory ring test will be introduced in practice as a world-wide innovation in the field of mitochondrial respiratory physiology: design and implementation; reference sample dissemination; test protocol(s); data analysis; joint publication.
 
:* Comparison of results between and within instrumental platforms.
 
:* Logistics for extended future collaboration in Europe, North and South America, Asia, Australia and Africa.
 
  
'''WG4.    Training and data sharing'''
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:::: Best regards,
:* Recommendations for quality control, data reporting and data sharing beyond the published record.
 
:* Concepts on Open Access and institutionalized service for data management, data mining and health-care conforming standards of data interpretation.
 
:* Summary on strategic dissemination and education programme for MitoGlobal EAGLE.
 
  
 
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:::: Erich and Sandra
== Partner invitation 2015-02-28 ==
 
  
Dear colleagues:
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:::: Sandra Fleischmann, MSc MSc
 
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:::: Chief Web Officer (CWO) and Project Manager 
A COST application MITOEAGLE is in preparation, following discussions over the past years at various meetings, on a global mitochondrial network. The project is called MITOEAGLE, for Evolution, Age, Gender, Lifestyle and Environment. COST Actions support networking, not primary research.
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:::: OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS
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:::: high-resolution respirometry
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:::: Schöpfstrasse 18,  A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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:::: T +43 512 566796 | F +43 512 566796 20
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:::: Email: [email protected]at | http://www.oroboros.at
  
  
Four working groups (WG) are suggested – open for discussion and further elaboration:
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::: '''From:''' COST Association
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:::: mailto:[email protected]
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:::: '''Sent:''' 12 February 2016 17:16
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:::: '''To:''' [email protected]
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:::: '''Re:''' COST OC-2015-2-19984 Evaluation Feedback and YOUR ACTION REQUIRED
  
: WG1.    MITOEAGLE data base on gender and mt-function in health and disease
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:::: Dear Prof Erich Gnaiger,
: WG2.    Challenges on quality control for reference data in mitochondrial physiology
 
: WG3.    Inter-laboratory test and outreach
 
: WG4.    Training and data sharing
 
:: Further details: » http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/COST_MITOEAGLE
 
  
The deadline for submission is 2015 March 24. To get an idea, can you let us know if you are interested in the project in general, and which working groups you might be interested in participating? If you agree to be ‘on board’, we will add you to the list of the (informal) EAGLE consortium:
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:::: We are happy to inform you that proposal OC-2015-2-19984 Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle - Environment was approved by the COST Committee of Senior Officials.
: » http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/MitoGlobal_EAGLE
 
You may register in the COST electronic database, e-COST, with affiliation profile and CV. Multiple participants may register for each institution which is simple and straightforward:
 
: » https://e-services.cost.eu/?module=user&action=loginForm&userParam%5BrequestedURI%5D=%2F
 
Best regards,
 
  
Erich
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:::: You can find the Evaluation report at: [[Media:MITOEAGLE_COST-Evaluation2016-02-12.pdf |MitoEAGLE_COST-Evaluation2016-02-12.pdf]].
  
: Erich Gnaiger, Ao.Univ.-Prof., Ph.D.
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:::: Please note that in order to start your Action, its Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) needs to be finalised and published in our website and accepted by at least 5 COST Member Countries and the Cooperating State. The COST Association will publish the MoUs of Actions approved under this Collection on 26/02/2016. Your input for preparing the MoU is required by 19/02/2016 at the latest. Kindly ensure that all required fields are filled in by this date. ..
: Medical University of Innsbruck
 
: Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery
 
: D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
 
: A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
 
: Link: http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/MitoGlobal_EAGLE
 
: Disclosure: Dr Erich Gnaiger is founder and CEO of OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS – www.oroboros.at
 
  
== Partner invitation 2015-02-24 ==
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:::: A Science Officer has been assigned for this Action. Should you require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Federica Ortelli at federica.[email protected].eu
Dear colleague:
 
 
 
The reason for this Email is to follow up on an idea discussed over the past year at various meetings all over the world, on a global mitochondrial network to bring together scattered data in the field of mitochondrial physiology and medicine.
 
 
 
The project is called MitoGlobal EAGLE or mtEAGLE, for Evolution, Age, Gender, Lifestyle and Environment. The attached summary of the mtEAGLE project is a first draft for a COST project proposal – open for discussion and further elaboration. COST Actions support networking, not primary research (see below).
 
  
In the attached draft, four working groups (WG) are suggested:
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:::: After preparing the MoU you may wish to contact your COST National Coordinator, Ms Nicole Schmidt ([email protected]) for your formal nomination to the Management Committee. You may now also inform your colleagues in the Network of Proposers and suggest them to contact their COST National Coordinators to further discuss their possible nomination to the Management Committee.
* WG1.    mtEAGLE data base on gender and mt-function in health and disease
 
* WG2.    Challenges on quality control for sharing data in mitochondrial physiology
 
* WG3.    Interlaboratory test and outreach
 
* WG4.     Training and data sharing
 
The deadline for submission is 2015 March 24. To get an idea, can you let me know if you are interested in the project in general, and which working groups you might be interested in participating?
 
  
I am looking forward to your feedback. If you agree and you are going to be ‘on board’, we would add you to the list of the (informal) EAGLE consortium:
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:::: The contact details of all CNCs can be found at http://www.cost.eu/about_cost/who/%28type%29/3.
: » http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/MitoGlobal_EAGLE
 
Best wishes from Innsbruck,
 
  
Erich
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:::: Please note that you have been allocated the e-COST role "Action Proposer". Please inform the Science Officer, should you not wish to accept this role.
 
   
 
   
: Erich Gnaiger, Ao.Univ.-Prof., Ph.D.
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:::: Best regards,
: Medical University of Innsbruck
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: Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery
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:::: COST Association
: D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
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:::: Avenue Louise 149
: A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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:::: 1050 Brussels | Belgium
: Link: http://www.bioblast.at/index.php/MitoGlobal_EAGLE
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:::: [email protected] | www.cost.eu
: Disclosure: Dr Erich Gnaiger is founder and CEO of OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS – www.oroboros.at
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:::: Ref: S-4.B
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== Proposers ==
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::::* The list of proposers: [[MitoEAGLE network]]
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::::* [[MitoEAGLE]] participants are continuously updated on the list, starting 2015-02-24 (application deadline: 2015-09-08).
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::: '''COST Action Grant Agreement (AGA)'''
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:::: means the agreement between the COST Association and the Grant Holder that governs the administrative and financial implementation of the COST Action.
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::: '''Funding Scheme'''
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:::: means the mechanism governing the administrative and financial management of a COST Action grant.
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::: '''Main Proposer'''
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:::: The Main Proposer of a COST Action means the coordinator of the network of '''Proposers''' who submit a proposal for a COST Action in response to the open call.
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:::'''MitoFit'''
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:::: '''MitoEAGLE''' is an initiative of '''[[MitoFit]]'''. If you are interested to participate in the MitoEAGLE network, please contact:
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:::: Erich Gnaiger, Ao.Univ.-Prof., Ph.D.
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:::: Main Proposer of COST Action MitoEAGLE
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:::: Medical University of Innsbruck
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:::: Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery; D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
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:::: A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria. Email: erich.[email protected].at
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:::: Disclosure: Dr Erich Gnaiger is founder and CEO of OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS – www.oroboros.at, and chair of the MiP''society'' - www.mitophysiology.org
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== COST Actions approved 2015 with potential connections to MitoEAGLE ==
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::: '''Standardisation strategies'''
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::::* [http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15110? CA COST Action CA15110] - '''Harmonising standardisation strategies to increase efficiency and competitiveness of European life-science research'''
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::: '''Other selected CA topics'''
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::::* CA15115 Mining the European Anthroposphere 17
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::::* CA15120 Open Multiscale Systems Medicine 22
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::::* CA15123 The European research network on types for programming and verification 25
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::::* CA15129 Diagnosis, Monitoring and Prevention of Exposure‐Related Noncommunicable Diseases 31
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::::* CA15131 ABM & Training of Laboratory Non‐human Primates & Large Laboratory Animals 33
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::::* CA15132 The comet assay as a human biomonitoring tool 34
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::::* CA15133 The Biogenesis of Iron‐sulfur Proteins: from Cellular Biology to Molecular Aspects 35
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== Proposal ==
  
'''Some further COST information:'''
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::: '''Main Proposer''': [[Gnaiger E |Erich Gnaiger]]
* I was involved as a participant in two COST projects, ‘Mitofood’ and more recently ‘Hypoxia sensing, signalling and adaptation’:
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:::: Main proposer means the coordinator of the network of proposers who submit a proposal for a COST Action in response to the Open Call.
: » http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/bmbs/Actions/TD0901
 
* COST Actions are networks centred around nationally funded research projects in fields that are of interest to at least five COST countries.
 
* The financial support averages EUR 130 000 per year for a four-year period. - http://www.cost.eu/COST_ActionsEarly Stage Researcher (ESR) - is a term used to define a researcher whose career spans less than 8 years between the date of the PhD/doctorate (or similar experience) and the date of involvement in the COST Action. Periods of career leave have to be added to this time span. COST approved a specific strategy for early stage researchers.
 

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Payment modalities for COST Actions

The following message was sent by the COST association to the Grant Holder on November 3 to explain the change in payment modalities:
Dear Grant Holder,
We are contacting you concerning the COST Action Grant Agreement which has been signed between your institution and the COST Association. Following the rules which are
applicable to the Specific Grant Agreement signed between the European Commission and the COST Association, and in line with the Article 5.4 of the Grant Agreement, we
regret to inform you that the second instalment (as foreseen in the article 5.3 Grant Agreement, amounting to up to 35% of the Grant amount) will have to be postponed until the
approval of the Yearly Financial Report of your Action. We would like to inform you that the following decision is necessary to facilitate the efficient running of the
financial management of COST.
The COST Association Administration, together with the Governance is working on improving the situation as of the next Grant Agreement (starting 01/05/2017). To do so,
the COST Association will adapt the pre-financing percentage stated in the COST Action Grant Agreement and in the COST Vademecum. This will imply also an improvement
of the timing of payments to be done in order to better align with the payment modalities of the European Commission.
In practical terms, it means that instead of disbursing the pre-financing in two tranches:
* First pre-financing of 65% at the beginning of the period
* Second pre-financing of 35% around month 8 of the Grant period based on the actual need of the Action
The COST Association would do three payments:
* First pre-financing of 50% depending on the first date of planned activities
* Second pre-financing of 35% around month 8 of the Grant Period, depending on the need of the Action based on the Intermediate Financial Report
* Last payment of up to 15% based on the Yearly Financial Report, after the end of the Grant Period
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the AO or the SO of your Action.
Kind Regards
Adrien Routelous
Head of Science Administration and Finance
[email protected] | www.cost.eu


CA15203 Drafting Work and Budget Plan for COST Action for Grant Period 1 (2016-11-01 to 2017-04-30)

Dear Prof Erich Gnaiger,
The COST Association has allocated a budget of 68000 EUR for COST Action for Grant Period 1 (2016-11-01 to 2017-04-30).
Please click on the link below to log into e-cost and follow the instructions to draft the Work and Budget Plan for this Grant Period. You will only be able to encode activities that occur during the Grant Period and are permitted under the COST rules.
https://e-services.cost.eu/action/CA15203/2137/wbp/instructions
e-COST will prompt you to enter a justification for any activities that require an exceptional approval from the COST Association or if the budget that you encode exceeds the allocated budget. These request and justifications will then be reviewed by the COST Association.
After the first Management Committee meeting the Work and Budget Plan will be revised by the person elected Chair by the Management Committee and submitted for review by the COST Association. Once approved by the COST Association it will be automatically sent for MC approval via the e-COST based MC online approval tool and the Grant Agreement documentation will be prepared.
If you have any questions please contact the Science Officer for CA15203, Dr Federica Ortelli ([email protected])
Best regards,
COST Association Avenue Louise 149 1050 Brussels | Belgium www.cost.eu
Ref: E-27.A


2016-03-02 COST MitoEAGLE - Next steps

Dear colleague,
We would like to let you know that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of the COST Action MitoEAGLE has been published on e-COST: » http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15203.
1. If you are interested in being part of the Management Committee (MC), please contact us with a very brief outline of your active role in the Action: choice of Working Group(s) - MitoEAGLE#Working_Groups. We will need a balance of MC members in the working groups and management tasks.
2. Even if you are listed in the Network of Proposers, you will have to contact your COST National Coordinator (CNC) who will be responsible for your participation in the MitoEAGLE Action and the nominations to the Management Committee.
» COST Action MitoEAGLE
» Join the COST Action CA15203 MitoEAGLE
As soon as the MoU has been accepted by five Countries through their respective CNCs, the Action can officially start. The COST Association will organize the kick-off meeting of our Action.
If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to contact us.
Best regards,
Erich and Sandra
Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Erich Gnaiger
Medical University of Innsbruck
Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery
D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
Mitochondrial Physiology
Email: [email protected] http://www.mitofit.org
Sandra Fleischmann, MSc MSc, Project Manager
OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS high-resolution respirometry
Schöpfstrasse 18
A-6020 Innsbruck
Austria
T +43 512 566796 | F +43 512 566796 20
Email: [email protected] http://www.oroboros.at


Approval

2016-02-15 COST MitoEAGLE was approved - circular from the proposer
Dear colleague,
We are delighted to inform you that our COST Action proposal “Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle - Environment (MitoEAGLE)” was approved by the COST Committee of Senior Officials. The very positive evaluation of MitoEAGLE (» COST Action MitoEAGLE) is truly overwhelming, especially taking into consideration that the success rate of COST applications submitted by the September collection date was only 10%.
We would like to thank you very much for supporting this Action and inform you that we have re-opened the MitoEAGLE website: » MitoEAGLE.
We will follow up with next steps ASAP and are looking forward to a prosperous collaboration!
Best regards,
Erich and Sandra
Sandra Fleischmann, MSc MSc
Chief Web Officer (CWO) and Project Manager
OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS
high-resolution respirometry
Schöpfstrasse 18, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
T +43 512 566796 | F +43 512 566796 20
Email: [email protected] | http://www.oroboros.at


From: COST Association
mailto:[email protected]
Sent: 12 February 2016 17:16
To: [email protected]
Re: COST OC-2015-2-19984 Evaluation Feedback and YOUR ACTION REQUIRED
Dear Prof Erich Gnaiger,
We are happy to inform you that proposal OC-2015-2-19984 Mitochondrial mapping: Evolution - Age - Gender - Lifestyle - Environment was approved by the COST Committee of Senior Officials.
You can find the Evaluation report at: MitoEAGLE_COST-Evaluation2016-02-12.pdf.
Please note that in order to start your Action, its Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) needs to be finalised and published in our website and accepted by at least 5 COST Member Countries and the Cooperating State. The COST Association will publish the MoUs of Actions approved under this Collection on 26/02/2016. Your input for preparing the MoU is required by 19/02/2016 at the latest. Kindly ensure that all required fields are filled in by this date. ..
A Science Officer has been assigned for this Action. Should you require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Dr Federica Ortelli at [email protected]
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Proposers

  • MitoEAGLE participants are continuously updated on the list, starting 2015-02-24 (application deadline: 2015-09-08).
COST Action Grant Agreement (AGA)
means the agreement between the COST Association and the Grant Holder that governs the administrative and financial implementation of the COST Action.
Funding Scheme
means the mechanism governing the administrative and financial management of a COST Action grant.
Main Proposer
The Main Proposer of a COST Action means the coordinator of the network of Proposers who submit a proposal for a COST Action in response to the open call.
MitoFit
MitoEAGLE is an initiative of MitoFit. If you are interested to participate in the MitoEAGLE network, please contact:
Erich Gnaiger, Ao.Univ.-Prof., Ph.D.
Main Proposer of COST Action MitoEAGLE
Medical University of Innsbruck
Department of Visceral, Transplant and Thoracic Surgery; D. Swarovski Research Laboratory
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria. Email: [email protected]
Disclosure: Dr Erich Gnaiger is founder and CEO of OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS – www.oroboros.at, and chair of the MiPsociety - www.mitophysiology.org


COST Actions approved 2015 with potential connections to MitoEAGLE

Standardisation strategies
  • CA COST Action CA15110 - Harmonising standardisation strategies to increase efficiency and competitiveness of European life-science research
Other selected CA topics
  • CA15115 Mining the European Anthroposphere 17
  • CA15120 Open Multiscale Systems Medicine 22
  • CA15123 The European research network on types for programming and verification 25
  • CA15129 Diagnosis, Monitoring and Prevention of Exposure‐Related Noncommunicable Diseases 31
  • CA15131 ABM & Training of Laboratory Non‐human Primates & Large Laboratory Animals 33
  • CA15132 The comet assay as a human biomonitoring tool 34
  • CA15133 The Biogenesis of Iron‐sulfur Proteins: from Cellular Biology to Molecular Aspects 35


Proposal

Main Proposer: Erich Gnaiger
Main proposer means the coordinator of the network of proposers who submit a proposal for a COST Action in response to the Open Call.