The University of Bordeaux and its partner Bioef (Basque Fundation for health research and innovation) are committed to support territorial innovation in health via a common project named Chronicity valley.
Chronicity valley is a program of trans-border innovation and experimentation supervised by the Euroregion Aquitaine-Euskadi, aiming to support collaborative work between academics, organizations and industries, in favor of health aging and innovation in the field of chronic diseases.
Transborder cooperation in this domain is based on academic initiatives developed within the Euroregional campus formed by the University of Bordeaux and the University of the Basque country (UPV), as well as industrial initiatives gathering BioHealt industries of the two regions.
Thus the objective of Chronicity Valley is to build together a strategy aiming to share good practices and develop common projects melting research, organizational change and industrial innovation. Chronicity valley is an opportunity to support scientific exchange aiming to develop competitive high level projects and to strengthen the links between Universities and their local socioeconomic partners.
A call is opened until March 2017. To submit your proposal, please download the attached file.
For more information : Lise Monneraud
This program has been set up in partnership with :
- Bioef, Fondation basque pour la recherche et l'innovation en santé
- Gipso, Groupement des industries Pharmaceutiques et de Santé du Sud-Ouest
- ARS, Agence régionale de santé
- ADI, Aquitaine Développement Innovation
- Basque BioCluster
- Osakidetza, service de santé du gouvernement basque
- Eurorégion Aquitaine-Euskadi