IPA participates in the transnational project "Intestinal microbiomics"
The IPA is involved in the transnational JPI HDHL project "Intestinal microbiomics".
The member countries involved in the "Joint Programming Initiative - A Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (JPI HDHL)" (currently 25 EU Member States, Associated Countries, Israel, Canada and New Zealand) aspire to contribute to the overall improvement of public health, prevention of nutrition-related illnesses, increase in quality of life and prolongation of productive life span through coordinated actions and research initiatives.
The newly approved JPI HDHL knowledge platform project on "Intestinal microbiomics" is involving 52 research groups. The MedUni Wien is represented by the CePII / IPA under the lead of Assoc. Prof., Priv.-Doz., DDr. Eva Untersmayr-Elsenhuber and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mag. Enikö Kallay, who also act as leaders of Work Package 6 – Networking and training”. The special emphasis of this platform is the study of the intestinal microbiome and how the microbiom influences the healthy life with the main aim to advance studies focusing on the associations among microbiota, nutrition and health.
You can find all details linked to the JPI HDHL programme under www.healthydietforhealthylife.eu/index.php.
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