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12/22/2017

In November 2017, the Horizon2020 project "Research School for TINnitus Assessment, Causes and Treatments" (TIN-ACT) which is coordinated by the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), was launched. Eurogrant supported the Dutch coordinator and its seven partners from Denmark, France, Germany and the United Kingdom by coordinating the negotiation of the consortium agreement. The project lasts 4 years and has a budget of 4 million euros, which is fully paid by the European Commission. During its lifetime, Eurogrant offers training courses for PhD students in project management and business start-up.

In the project to study tinnitus, the researchers want to elucidate the biological mechanisms that form the basis for its formation. A total of 15 doctoral students will be trained to find out what causes tinnitus, methods for detecting tinnitus and possible treatments.

 

Participants TIN-ACT

TIN-ACT stands for Tinnitus Assessment Causes and Treatments. Other participating institutions in the research project are: Center National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), University of Nottingham, Universitätsklinikum Erlangen, Charite Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Oticon, Widex, Cochlear Research and Development. Various partner organizations are also involved in the project: European Federation of Hard or Hearing People, European Association of Tinnitus Associations, Eurogrant, Hertz Training for Scientists, TinnitusHub, Technical University of Denmark and Siemens Healthineers.

More information about the project can be found here.

04/03/2017

From today, the Eurogrant GmbH will have more offices to have more space for creativity, customer contact, acquisition meetings and, of course, every day office routine. With a great view on the Frauenkirche, castle, townhall, main station and Elbhang, we will be inspired by the sights of our city. We are looking forward to meetings with our customers, partners and also new people, who are interested in our work and service.

02/14/2017

14 February 2017 – The European Commission has published so-called 'scoping papers' covering the various thematic areas of Horizon 2020 in preparation for the work program 2018-2020. The scoping papers are based on the results of stakeholder consultations and discussions between the European Commission and the Member States. Based on these papers, the work program for calls for the years 2018-2020 will be prepared in the coming months.

01/03/2017

3 January 2017 - Since the beginning of this year, Switzerland has been fully associated with the European Framework Program Horizon 2020. Even if the country is not an EU member, it is therefore possible to cooperate more effectively with research and innovation in the heart of Europe.

08/18/2016

18 August 2016 - In a statement on 13 August 2016, British Chancellor Philip Hammond has reassured that British entities participating in EU projects will continue to receive financing already granted, even after the UK leaves the EU.