European calls for proposals
DEMOQUALITY, which focuses on the reproduction of educational inequalities in Europe, is funded by Horizon Europe’s 2020’s Marie Sklodowska Curie Program, funding enables Alessandra Trimarchi to work at INED for 24 months. The project is being conducted in INED’s “Fertility, Families, and Couples” research unit under the supervision of Laurent Toulemon.
This project, which studies desire for parenthood and paternity in LGBTQ populations, is funded by Horizon 2020’s Marie Sklodowska Curie Program, funding that enables Gaëlle Meslay to spend 24 months at the University of Austin and return for another 12 months at INED. The project is being conducted in INED’s “Gender, Sexuality, and Inequalities” research unit under the supervision of Virginie Rozée.
This project, focused on the demographic consequences of humanitarian crises in Latin America, is funded by Horizon 2020’s Marie Sklodowska Curie Program, funding that enables Jenny Garcia to spend 24 months at the Johns Hopkins University and return for another 12 months at INED. It is being conducted in INED’s “Mortality, Health and Epidemiology” research unit under the supervision of France Meslé.
LIFECYCLE is a European project funded by Horizon 2020’s “Networking and optimizing the use of population and patient cohorts at the EU level” grant. Its 18 European partners, specialists and coordinators of child cohorts, are coordinated by the Erasmus Medical Center and University, Rotterdam. LIFECYCLE will set up the EuroCHILD cohorts, bringing together existing child cohorts and bio-repositories through the development of a governing structure that will take into account national and European-level ethical, legal and societal implications, and a shared data management and data harmonization strategy platform. INED will participate in LIFECYCLE as a partner of INSERM and the ELFE cohort (French Longitudinal Study from Birth) and will head a project segment on the impact of migration on individual health trajectories.
This project is funded by the Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education tool of the ERASMUS+ program. The aim is to improve causes of death coding skills of doctors and future doctors. The project will last 36 months and bring together 4 European partner organizations. The scientific coordinator is Agnieszka Fihel and the activities will be conducted in INED’s “Mortality, Health and Epidemiology” research unit.
Be Better Informed About Fertility: Giving Voice to Citizens Toward Improving Assisted Reproduction Technologies for Society—is a 3-year European project funded by the Science With and For Society segment of the Horizon 2020 Program. The project’s 10 European partners are coordinated by Spain’s University of Navarra.
The main objective is to encourage input from the public at large in the scientific development and implementation of assisted reproduction technologies so that those technologies will take greater account of the needs and concerns of society.
CALL FOR PROJECTS - ERC 2022
Call for Starting Grants - between 2 and 7 years after the thesis
Opening: September 23, 2021 - Application deadline: January 13, 2022
Call for Consolidator Grants - between 7 and 12 years after the thesis
Opening: October 19, 2021 - Application deadline: March 17, 2022
Call for Advanced Grants - From 12 after the thesis
Opening: January 20, 2022 - Application deadline: April 28, 2022
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