Members states initiatives: Joint Programming Initiatives

JPI More Years, Better Lives

The Joint Programming Initiative (JPI) "More Years, Better Lives” aims to foster collaboration between European and national research programmes related to demographic change. Currently 14 European countries and Canada are participating in the JPI „More Years, Better Lives“.

In March 2015, the JPI MYBL launched its first call on ”Extended Working Life and its Interaction with Health, Wellbeing and beyond”. More details on this call are available here.

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JPI on Antimicrobial Resistance

The EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND) is the largest global research initiative aimed at tackling the challenge of neurodegenerative diseases. JPND aims to increase coordinated investment between participating countries in research aimed at finding causes, developing cures, and identifying appropriate ways to care for those with neurodegenerative diseases.

JPND launches calls for proposals aimed at supporting transnational collaborations in the field of neurodegenerative disease research every year. Click here for more information on upcoming and previous calls.

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JPI on Antimicrobial Resistance

The JPI AMR aims to create a common European research agenda with a shared vision on Antimicrobial resistance translated into new prevention and intervention strategies that improve public health and the wellbeing of populations and deliver economic and societal benefits throughout Europe and beyond.

The JPI AMR recently launched a transnational call for research projects on Antimicrobial Resistance. More information on participating countries and application details are available here.

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JPI on Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life

Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (HDHL) is a Research initiative in the field of nutrition, food and health that aims to provide coordination of research on the impact of diet and lifestyles on health, and contribute significantly to the prevention of diet-related diseases and strengthening leadership and competitiveness on the research activities in this field.

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