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European Research Area Network on Cardiovascular Diseases (ERA-CVD)

Among non‐communicable diseases Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are the major cause of death in Europe, claiming more than 4 million people per year in the 53 member states of the WHO European Region and around 2 million in the European Union. Recent data indicate that up to 80% of all healthcare expenditure in Europe is allocated to chronic diseases, with CVD alone being estimated to cost the EU economy more than 196 billion € every year.

CVD research is not only a crucial area in health research overall, but could become an outstanding example of research driven innovation across Europe. An effective coordination of research at national and EU level, increased cross-disciplinary interaction and research advancements are urgently needed. By gathering their forces and funding capacities so far 18 countries aim at responding to this demand by setting up a new ERA‐Net Cofund action (European Research Area Network co-funded by the European Commission, EC) dedicated to cardiovascular diseases (ERA-CVD) . ERA-CVD officially started in October 2015.


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Preliminary Announcement: Call for Proposals for Cardiovascular Research Projects driven by Early Career Scientist.

JTC 2018

ERA-CVD pre-announces the Joint Transnational Call 2018 for cardiovascular research projects driven by Early Career Scientists. 17 countries participate in the JTC2018 with an approximate budget of 11.74 Mio Euro. The call text will be launched on January 11th, 2018. read more: JTC 2018.

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Platform for 13 European biological and medical research infrastructures

The CORBEL Catalogue of Services presents an overview of what kind of services (access to samples and technologies, data, tools, expertise) are offered by biomedical research infrastructures, including information on access mode, costs and contacts. read more: Platform for 13 European biological and medical research infrastructures.