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Conference for funding bodies in the area of nutrition and health on 28th January 2015 in Switzerland

Joint programming is about alignment and coordination of national research activities. Due to the broad scope of the global societal challenge of the JPI HDHL, different national (and regional) funding bodies are involved. By organising a conference for funding bodies in the area of nutrition and health, the JPI HDHL aims to support and strengthen national alignment. The conference will take place at the 28th of January 2015 in Switzerland – participation is on invite only. Read more

Joint Action Biomarkers in Nutrition and Health launches 2 research projects

JAt the end of this year, two projects will be launched on the topic of the third Joint Action of the JPI HDHL Biomarkers in Nutrition and Health: MIRDIET and FOODBALL. The projects aim at the validation of biomarkers and the investigation of intake/exposure and nutritional status of biomarkers in the area of nutrition and health. Read more

Call for input on Intestinal Microbiomics and Food models and Food processing

The Task Forces on the upcoming Joint Actions “Intestinal Microbiomics” and “Food models and Food processing” call for your input on current research activities and future priorities for both areas of research. Your input is very valuable to us and greatly appreciated!

The first Joint action of JPI HDHL, DEDIPAC will organise an international consensus meeting on the determinants of sedentary behaviour across the life course at ISBNPA 2015

EuroDISH - Bringing European infrastructures onto one DISH to optimise food and health research: final project conference, 15 May 2015, at the Expo Milano 2015, Italy

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement n.277673.

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