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International competitive projects

Statistics, Econometrics and Health Research Group

1. Pfizer Global Medical Grants. COVID-19 Competitive Grant Program ‘Seroprevalence and the socioeconomic and health impact of COVID-19 on general and vulnerable populations’. IPs: Marc Saez (GRECS, UdG) i Maria Antònia Barceló (GRECS, UdG). Col·laboradors: Diego Varga (GRECS, UdG), Álvaro Franquet (GRECS, UdG), Andrés Cabrera (Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública, EASP), Antonio Daponte (EASP), Carmen Sánchez-Cantalejo (EASP). 2020- 2022.

2. Projecte WASABY European Commission DG SANTE PP-2-5- 2016. Coordinador principal: Paolo Baili, Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori, Milan, Italy. Investigadors del GRECS (colaboradors):Marc Saez Rafael Marcos-Gragera (2018-2020).

3. Projecte H2020 European Union Funding for Research & Innovation (topic SFS-39-2017: Sustainable Food Security – Resilient and resource efficient value) ‘Science and technology in childhood obesity policy (STOP)’. Coordinador principal: Franco Sassi, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine (London, UK). IP del GRECS (partner): Marc Saez (2018-2021).

4. Project 2017-1-SK01-KA201-035424, ‘Chess and mathematics in primary schools’. Erasmus +. Unión Europea. IP: Slovenský šachový zväz. Partner: Universitat de Girona, IP en la Universitat de Girona: Carme Saurina, 61208 €, 2017-2019.

5. Projecte SI2.710594 ‘ACCENTGASTRONOMY’. DG Enterprise and Industry. European Commission (ENTR). Col·laborador: Lluis Coromina (2015-2017). 78268,91€.

6.  EU Project ADVANCE-HTA 506003 UE 7PM: Advancing and strengthening the methodological tools and policies relating to the application and implementation of Health Technology Assessment (HTA). PI: Panos Kanavos (LSE). LSHTM WP1 partner (PI: John Cairns), EU Commission contract: ‘Support on organizational issues for building health-technology assessment (HTA) capacity in the Ministry of Health of Cyprus (2014)'. IP: John Cairns, Col·laboradora: Laia Maynou (2013-2015)

7. EU Commission contract: ‘Support on organizational issues for building health-technology assessment (HTA) capacity in the Ministry of Health of Cyprus (2014)'. IP: John Cairns, Col·laboradora: Laia Maynou (2014). 

8. "Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality: evidence and policies in cities of Europe (INEQ-CITIES)". Projecte DG-SANCO A/101156 VII Framewort EU Project, Second Programme of Community action in the field of Health (2008-2013). Duració: 2009-2012. Coordinador principal: Carme Borrell, Agència de Salut Pública de Barcelona. IP del GRECS (partner): Marc Saez.

9. “Assessment and prevention of acute health effects of weather conditions in Europe (PHEWE)” Projecte europeu del V programa marc QLRT-2001-00152. Duració: 2002-2004. Investigador principal: Annibale Biggeri (Universitat de Florència). Investigador principal del GRECS: Marc Saez.

10. “Air pollution and health: a European information system (APHEIS)” Projecte europeu del V programa marc SI2.131174 (99CVF2-604). Duració: 2000-2002. Coordinadors principals: Sylvia Medina (Institut de Veille Sanitaire, Saint-Maurice, França) i Antoni Plasència (Institut Municipal de la Salut Pública, Barcelona). Investigador principal del GRECS: Marc Saez.

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