A curated list of challenges, programs, funding opportunities, academic research and startups that have caught our eye.
European Hydrogen Academy
Project results are expected to contribute to all the following expected outcomes:
- Providing continued (digital) access to high-quality educational material, educational and training programmes, and high-level skills forming in the area of FCH technologies;
- Supporting the build of an adequate and capable highly skilled workforce as a key element of a competitive clean hydrogen value chain and scaling up the emerging European FCH industry;
- Creating more and better jobs, strengthening the FCH industry, research and innovation across all fields of FCH technologies, different energy carriers, and whole system integration;
- Increasing general acceptance of hydrogen technologies as this comes together with the diffusion of general knowledge and with the extensive qualification of hydrogen experts.
European Partnership on Personalised Medicine
This topic aims at supporting activities that are enabling or contributing to one or several expected impacts of destination 4, notably “Ensuring access to innovative, sustainable and high-quality healthcare”. To that end, proposals under this topic should aim for delivering results that are directed, tailored towards and contributing to all of the following expected outcomes:
- European countries and regions, along with international partners, are engaged in enhanced collaborative research efforts for the development of innovative personalised medicine approaches regarding prevention, diagnosis and treatment;
- Healthcare authorities, policymakers and other stakeholders develop evidence-based strategies and policies for the uptake of personalised medicine in national or regional healthcare systems;
- Health industries, policymakers and other stakeholders have access to efficient measures and investments to allow swift transfer of research and innovation into market;
Development and harmonisation of methodologies for assessing digital health technologies in Europe
This topic aims at addressing digital transition challenges through supporting activities that are enabling or contributing to one or several expected impacts of destination 6 “Maintaining an innovative, sustainable and globally competitive health industry”. More specifically, this topic aims at supporting activities that are contributing to the following impact area: “High quality digital services for all”. To that end, proposals under this topic should aim to deliver results that are directed towards and contributing to all of the following expected outcomes:
- Policymakers in the EU have at their disposal a methodological framework and standardised approaches for assessing digital health technologies, that helps them make evidence-based decisions regarding the introduction of digital health technologies in their health and care systems with added value for patients and society.
- Regulators have access to robust, scientifically underpinned evaluation methodologies.
- EU citizens gain faster access to safe and well-performing person-centred digital technologies and are empowered through these tools.
Pandemic preparedness and response: Sustaining established coordination mechanisms for European adaptive platform trials and/or for cohort networks
This topic aims at supporting activities that are enabling or contributing to one or several expected impacts of destination 3 “Tackling diseases and reducing disease burden”. To that end, proposals under this topic should aim for delivering results that are directed, tailored towards and contributing to all of the following expected outcomes:
- The research community sustains appropriate coordination mechanisms 1) among different EU-wide adaptive platform trials and/or 2) among established cohorts in Europe and beyond with a view for better pandemic preparedness and response,
- The adaptive platform trial and/or the cohort networks maximise coordination and harmonisation of their respective studies within their relevant network for maximum research efficiency and optimal evidence generation.
- The European adaptive platform trial and/or the cohort networks coordinate with the European Pandemic Preparedness Partnership, and are well connected to each other and to relevant other regional and global initiatives.
Maintaining access to regular health and care services in case of cross-border emergencies
This topic aims at supporting activities that are enabling or contributing to one or several expected impacts of destination 4 “Ensuring access to innovative, sustainable and high-quality health care”. To that end, proposals under this topic should aim for delivering results that are directed, tailored towards and contributing to several of the following expected outcomes:
- Decision- and policymakers have access to modelling tools and foresight studies (including cost studies on the non-access to health and care services) on health and care systems for anticipating regular and unplanned health and care demand during large-scale cross-border emergencies.
- Decision- and policymakers and health and care providers can better facilitate and manage access to regular health and care delivery during cross-border emergencies.
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