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The Joint Programming initiative (JPI) “More Years, Better Lives“ aims at coordinating national and European research activities in the field of demographic change.

The first call of Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) “More Years, Better Lives” was officially launched on 1 April 2015. The call covers the topic ”Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and Beyond”.

7 million Euros will be allocated to the call by ten participating countries (Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Finland, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Canada, the United Kingdom and Austria). The submission tool is open as of 18. April 2015. The Call deadline is 2 June 2015.

More information on the call is available at the link below:

The Joint Programming Initiative “A Healthy Diet for A Healthy Life” has launched a joint transnational call for research proposals in the area of Nutrition and Cognitive Function.

The joint action “Nutrition and Cognitive Function” (NutriCog) aims at promoting research activities that address the interrelation of diet and cognitive function. This knowledge will lay the basis for dietary preventive strategies and recommendations to guide individuals and populations towards health promoting dietary habits.

The objective of the NutriCog Call is to support ambitious, innovative and transnational collaborative research projects that will address important questions relating to the interplay between nutrition and cognitive function. Both the influence of dietary patterns (and/or dietary constituents, where appropriate) on cognitive functions and vice versa the effects of Central Nervous System nutrient signaling and cognitive processes on food intake, dietary patterns and eating behaviour are relevant for this call.

Proposals have to follow a multidisciplinary approach and should cover multiple areas, such as mechanistic/experimental research, translational research, epidemiological research and pilot/proof of principle studies for interventions.

Source: JPI-HDHL