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EU RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Research & Innovation
CORESMA - COVID-19 (DE)
Outbreak Response combining E-health, Serolomics, Modelling, Artificial Intelligence and Implementation Research to help devise evidence-based response strategies.
Epidemic intelligence to minimize 2019-nCoV’s public health, economic and social impact in Europe.
EXaSCale smArt pLatform Against paThogEns for Corona Virus.
The Commission is working with other research funders through the Global research collaboration for infectious disease preparedness network (GLoPID-R) network.
The project involves 15 European countries, an international organization and a European NGO, 24 partners in all, working together to prepare the Environment, Climate and Health Research Agenda 2020-2030. HERA and its partners have now identified the research needs on the interlinkages of the COVID-19 pandemic with environment, climate and health, into a document entitled HERA-COVID-19.
Health Emergency Response in Interconnected Systems.
Multidisciplinary European network for research, prevention and control of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
• Testimonial from Marta Valenciano (Epidemiologist at Epiconcept, Paris)
This project on MOnitoring Outbreak events for Disease surveillance in a data science context (MOOD) focusses on data mining and providing epidemic modelling.
• Story: Covid-19, social distancing will help health authorities deal with coronavirus, says epidemiologist
Network Of practitioners For Emergency medicAl systems and cRitical care.
Pandemic Risk and Emergency Management.
This project received a €24 million EU grant in 2014. The project supports the readiness of hospitals in Europe and enhances their understanding of the dynamics of the outbreak.
• Story: COVID-19: the EU is ready to respond
• Story: ‘I don’t see any other way out’: Diagnostic testing and smartphone contact tracing to beat pandemic
Rapid European COVID-19 Emergency research Response.
The Global Social Sciences Network for Infectious Threats and Antimicrobial Resistance (SoNAR-Global) platform is intended to strengthen the active participation of the social sciences in the preparedness and response to infectious threats, including those posed by antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and vaccine hesitancy.
The Versatile Emerging infectious disease Observatory (VEO) focusses on diagnostics and data mining, including the use of social media.
This IMI project on Zoonotic anticipation and preparedness initiative is creating new platforms and technologies to facilitate a fast, coordinated, and practical response to new infectious diseases as soon as they emerge.