The 23 projects on the funding list involve 347 research teams from 40 countries, including 34 participants from 16 non-EU countries. Funding will enable researchers to find a solution to tackle the pandemic and its consequences by strengthening industrial capacity to produce and implement readily available solutions, developing medical technologies and digital instruments, improving understanding of the behavioral and socio-economic impacts of the pandemic. and the use of data on large groups of patients (cohorts) across Europe. These research actions complement previous efforts to develop diagnostics, treatment and vaccines.
Maria Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, said: “Horizon 2020’s extraordinary funding will enable researchers to quickly develop solutions together with patients, healthcare professionals, hospitals and local communities. and the enterprises intended for them. The results will help them cope better and fight coronavirus infection. It is encouraging that the research community is mobilizing so quickly and vigorously. ”
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