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Fit for Health - International Training for Horizon 2020 Newcomers

5 September 2013 -  Bucharest (Romania)
HOTEL NOVOTEL, 37B Victoriei Boulevard, District 1, 010061 Bucharest

Fit for Health is organising a free of charge full-day international training addressing newcomers to the European Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020. 

The event provides those not familiar with Horizon 2020 with comprehensive information on the opportunities and rules of European research funding. It addresses all those involved in biomedical, clinical and public health research and innovation: representatives and researchers from companies, clusters, universities, research institutes, hospitals, patient organisations, etc.

Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play an ever bigger role in Horizon 2020: Our trainings take this into account and we specifically encourage researchers from SMEs to participate.

Apart from general introductions to Horizon 2020 and the Societal Challenge related to Health, demographic change and well-being, the programme features presentations on participation rules, related European programmes, etc. Special attention is paid throughout the event to provide information to SMEs. The event is presented by a team of European experts with vast experience in European research funding programmes.

If you consider participating in Horizon 2020 and are not familiar with this programme and general principles of EU Health research yet, this is your opportunity and perfect timing to jump on the train!

Registration via

Note: Deadline for registration is 31st July 2013

For information on the location, venue, hotel etc.:
Silvia Daboveanu
Phone: +4 031 417 27 17

For information on the programme, target audience etc.:
Teresa Corral
Phone: +34 91 822 22 55

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