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Place
Online
Date
May 16 - 17, 2022
Time
13:00 - 14:20
Time zone: Stockholm, GMT+02:00

WELCOME TO THE EUGLOHRIA SEEDING CONFERENCE FOR JOINT PANDEMICS RESEARCH

European Alliance for Global Health – Transformation through joint Research and Innovation Action (EUGLOHRIA, https://www.eugloh.eu/research/euglohria) is a consortium consisting of Lund University, Université Paris-Saclay, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Universidade do Porto, and University of Szeged. The aim is to build a European University of the future by bringing universities across Europe together and combine their outstanding expertise in Global Health, Research, and Innovation.

 

The main objectives of the EUGLOHRIA seeding conference for joint pandemics research are:

1.   To encourage the exchange of new scientific and innovative insights and ideas on pandemics and COVID-19 challenges
 
2.   To facilitate the formation of new research collaborations within and between partners within the EUGLOHRIA consortium
 
3.   To promote and support joint research applications to external funding agencies 

The conference will start with an introduction of EUGLOHRIA and an outline of infrastructures and industrial partners available within the consortium. A seeding grant opportunity for new potential EUGLOHRIAn collaborations will also be presented. To facilitate scientific discussions and foster such new collaborations, satellite meetings in topic-specific break-out rooms will then be organised for detailed discussions of ongoing research and future perspectives for collaboration within EUGLOHRIA. In summary, the EUGLOHRIA seeding conference for joint pandemics research aims to facilitate networking and support exciting new research collaborations in pandemics research. 
 

We would like to remind you that the deadline for the conference registration and abstract submission have been extended to 8 April 2022.


We look forward to your participation!

Heiko Herwald, Joakim Esbjörnsson-Klemendz, Fariba Vaziri-Sani 
 
EUGLOHRIA, Lund University