Call for proposals: Preliminary announcement of Nutrition and Cognitive Function”

The JPI HDHL is going to launch a new joint transnational call for research proposals: "Nutrition and Cognitive Function" (NutriCog). This joint action 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 call aims to support small transnational research consortia with innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to this strategic thematic area.

Call Time Schedule:
The call is scheduled to be launched on March-30, 2015.
The deadline for proposal submission is scheduled for June-08, 2015.

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Two new members of the SAB of the JPI HDHL

During the MB meeting in January, two new members of the SAB of the JPI HDHL were elected. Both researchers were very happy to accept the invitation to become a member of the SAB. They are both experts in the field of diet-related chronic diseases and will therefore represent pillar 3.

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More information on BioNH and ENPADASI

The two JPI HDHL joint actions BioNH and ENPADASI are now fully operative. To get more information on the consortia working on the selected BioNH projects and their activity and have a look to the ENPADASI members and their work programme in the next two years please visit JPI HDHL website and its Joint Actions section.

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JPI HDHL visit to New Zealand

From the 1st of December until the 12th of December 2014, the chair (Pamela Byrne) and the vice-chair (Martijntje Bakker) of the JPI HDHL visited New Zealand, one of the observer countries in the JPI HDHL.

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Follow JPI a Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life on Linkedin

JPI HDHL now has a page on LinkedIn. Follow JPI HDHL page to stay informed about our latest news, events and relevant content.

New joint actions are planned in 2015, as well as an evaluation of the IPR - Open Access approach of the JPI HDHL and the EXPO 2015 debate on the challenge to provide a sustainable food supply and nutrition for a future healthy population is approaching. You are invited to click and comment our updates, any contribution to the implementation of our activities is welcome.

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