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O Desafio Societal 1 do Horizonte 2020

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Title:
O Desafio Societal 1 do Horizonte 2020
When:
Mon, 25. September 2017
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No dia 25 de setembro, o GPPQ, em colaboração com o Health Cluster Portugal (HCP) promove uma sessão de informação sobre os próximos concursos da Saúde no H2020, dirigida a hospitais, universidades, politécnicos, instituições de I&D, empresas, organizações de doentes e entidades do terceiro sector.

A sessão conta com o apoio local da Faculdade de Farmácia da Universidade de Lisboa (FFULisboa)

Desafio Societal 1 do Horizonte 2020 - “Saúde, alterações demográficas e bem-estar” conta com um orçamento 2.000 M€ para o financiamento de projetos na área da saúde entre2018 e 2020. As áreas de financiamento incluem a medicina personalizada, a indústria inovadora, a saúde global, os cuidados integrados e os sistemas de saúde inovadores, o papel do ambiente na saúde, a transformação digital, soluções de big data e cibersegurança nos cuidados de saúde, entre outros. O programa de trabalhos será publicado no final de outubro de 2017.

 

http://www.gppq.fct.pt/h2020/eventos.php?id=7489

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