The EU-funded AD Detect-Prevent project, which is led by the Danish company Brain+, kicked-off in late 2018 and will continue over the next two years with the aim of developing a digital tool to improve early detection of Alzheimer’s disease.
PRIME is an EU-funded project (H2020-EU.3.1.1. - Understanding health, wellbeing and disease) and states that insulin signalling not only affects the body (e.g., diabetes and obesity) but also the brain (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease, autism and obsessive-compulsive disorders).
The “FuEl ThE bRaiN In healtThY aging and agE-relateD diseases” ETERNITY will contribute to the strengthening of the European innovation capacity by training a new generation of researchers with experience and full understanding of the requirements of academia, pharmaceutical and food supplement companies, and the society.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex and progressive disease of the central nervous system, where the immune system destroys brain, optic nerve and spinal cord tissue. As a result, people with MS develop irreversible motor-disability and cognitive impairment over time.
Not Myself Today is an annual workplace mental health initiative that equips senior leaders, human resources, managers and employees with activities, tools and resources focused on increasing awareness and knowledge of mental health, reducing stigma, and fostering safe, open and supportive workplace environments.
We call upon the European Commission to come forward with a European plan to tackle brain health in a collaborative, integrated and comprehensive manner, as well as to further support European Union Member States and associated countries in their efforts to combat the impact of brain disorders.
AETIONOMY is a consortium brought together under the European IMI to tackle the problem of the classification of neuro-degenerative diseases. Revising the taxonomy (classification) will take many years to complete and to be accepted by the biomedical community.
ADVANCE-HTA is a research project funded by the European Commission's Research Framework Programme (FP7). It comprises several complementary streams of research that aim to advance and strengthen the methodological tools and practices relating to the application and implementation of Health Technology Assessment (HTA).