PhasAGE – Excellence Hub on Phase Transitions in Aging and Age-Related Disorders


The PhasAGE HUB  is a virtual innovation platform bringing together scientific knowledge and benchmarking. Here you can find information about activities, resources, tutorials and collaborative projects for increasing networking and R&I visibility in the field of phase separation.   

The HUB provides custom information according to your profile as a member of the scientific community, policy and decision-makers, industry and/or the general public. 


Reference list with suggestions of books and articles about the PhasAGE research topics published by the consortium partners and the scientific community. The list also includes suggestions of scientific sources that can be useful to promote the researcher's exploration of the PhasAGE topics.

Educational Resources

Videos and educational files from PhasAGE Training actions. This includes seminars with specialists from the consortium institutions to introduce key concepts about PhasAGE topics, present their work, challenge our views and/or introduce new questions on the field. It also includes short educational videos created by the ESRs.


Computational Online Tools and Training Experimental Protocols to Study Protein Phase Separation. The tools include websites, online platforms and resources and guidelines for the study of protein phase separation.


PhasAGE consortium is centrally positioned in a network of academic, industrial, healthcare, and policymaker stakeholders. Here you can find a list with synergies established with ongoing collaborative projects and with National and European research infrastructures.

Funding Opportunities

Information on relevant national and international networking and funding opportunities. List of opening of calls for research fellowships, projects and grants proposals and training actions, and conference fellowships or travel grants.

Research & Innovation

PhasAGE is committed to boosting the R&I capacity of the coordinating institute. A mentorship program will be implemented through a series of twinning and training actions between the institutions of the consortium.