We designed the logo, the visual identity, the graphic charter, report template (word), letter template (word), powerpoint template, booklet and gave typography and imagery recommendation to the PREMSTEM network supported by the RMIT University. PREMSTEM is a large scientific consortium funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme (grant agreement ID: 874721). Fourteen international institutions from eight countries (France, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, Australia) joined to offer new clinical approaches for premature babies. The communication of this network is led by RMIT University (RMIT: Royal Melbourne
Institute of Technology).
A little word about their research : Preterm birth increases drastically the risk of brain injuries for premature babies. Hence, PREMSTEM aims to develop strategies using stem cell regeneration to repair brain damages in premature babies. In order to do so, PREMSTEM will first investigate the regenerative potential of human mesenchymal stem cells (H-MSC) in rodent. Once the regenerative capacity of those H-MSC may be demonstrated, PREMSTEM will apply their findings to preclinical research and clinical trials.