Welcome to RAIDs PROJECT

RAIDs project (Rational molecular Assessments and Innovative Drugs selection) is a EU funded project proposing a rational approach in HPV-related cervical cancer towards building intelligent new targeted therapy designs based on the understanding of specific wiring errors in tumor cell signaling. It is meant to set the stage for futureprecision medicine and vaccine development through a comprehensive analysis of the tumor and its interactions with the tumor micro environment.


The project started 1st October 2012 and will last 54 months.

RAIDs is an ambitious collaborative project, coordinated by Suzy Scholl, medical oncologist at Institut Curie.

RAIDs aims to develop innovative tools, models and new standards in order to establish a patient group stratification for targeted therapies applications in cervical cancer. In order to meet these challenging objectives, the project is structured around 8 Work packages.

We shall focus on research and technological development. Through dissemination and exploitation activity we shall improve standard of care and transfer results to industry. Our aim is to increase access of patients to tailored medical intervention and the present dropbox will help to understand patient needs.

RAIDs is supported by the European Commission through the Seventh Framework Program for Research and Technological Development with a grant of 6 Millions €.
RAIDs project is coordinated by Institut Curie


19th May 2017
Meeting venue: Institut Curie, Paris
Meeting rooms: Amphi Burg - 12, rue Lhomond 75005 - Paris
From 14:30 to 20:30

If you have any questions concerning cervical cancer you can ask them here

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Clinicians participating in RAIDs project will answer you.

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News and events

19 August 2016 Newsletter

Our last Newsletter is available in the Press Room section[more]

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