SPIOMET4Health will be performed by a consortium of the highest-profile groups working on PCOS in adolescent girls and young adult women.
Fundació Sant Joan de Déu is a private non-profit research organization founded in 2002. Its mission is to contribute to the improvement of the health and wellbeing of people by fostering, supporting and managing the research and innovation activities of Hospital Sant Joan de Déu (HSJD) and other linked organisations.
KU Leuven boasts a rich tradition of education and research that dates back six centuries. The university’s basic research orientation has always been and will remain fundamental research. At the same time, the university remains vigilantly open to contemporary cultural, economic and industrial realities, as well as to the community’s needs and expectations.
The Girona Biomedical Research Institute was founded in 2005 with the aim to promote, develop, manage and disseminate biomedical research performed in Girona (Catalonia, Spain). The institute is committed to structure and develop high-quality translational research in biomedical sciences, public and community health, and to promote the transfer of knowledge to everyday clinical practice.
The Vestische Children's Hospital belongs to the
University of Witten/Herdecke. It is a university hospital for children and adolescents of all ages and is specialised in chronic diseases.
Medical research in Graz has a long-standing tradition since the 19th century. Since the founding of the Medical University of Graz in 2004 as an independent, autonomous establishment from the traditional Karl- Franzens University, a continuous and dynamic development process has been taking place.
The Odense University Hospital is one of the four university hospitals in Denmark. UNIODE is one of the largest education and training centres in the South Denmark Region and has close collaboration with the University of Southern Denmark – Campus Odense.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is Norway’s largest University with more than 40,000 students. NTNU awards 400 PhD degrees yearly within the fields of technology, science, arts and humanities, social sciences and medicine. NTNU encompasses 9 faculties and 55 departments.
The Alma Mater Studiorum, the oldest university in the Western world, paves the way for innovation through an increasingly rich programme catalogue, cutting-edge research and a constant and increasingly broad international perspective. Since its origins in 1088, Alma Mater has been student-centred hosting prominent figures from science and the arts.
Istanbul University is the oldest and largest University in Turkey with approximately 82,000 students and 2,500 academic staff. It ranks within the 500 universities in the World. It has bylaw agreements with several European and American and Fareast Universities.
Optimapharm is a full-service CRO (Contract Research Organization) with experience in the management of clinical studies (interventional and non-interventional) of all phases (from Phase I to IV) and of different therapeutic areas. Optimapharm was founded as a Biometry services specialized CRO and since then, it has grown to full-service CRO adding all needed activities and departments in order to ensure complete and high-quality clinical studies management.
Founded in 1929 in Barcelona, Spain, Reig Jofre is a pharmaceutical company listed on the Spanish Stock Exchange market, dedicated to the research, development, manufacture and marketing of pharmaceutical products and nutritional supplements.
The Universidad Complutense de Madrid is one of the largest Universities in Spain and around Europe. It is home of research groups which are in the cutting edge of research in many areas. UCM technological scientific infrastructure (with an annual budget almost reaching 600M€), together with the quality of its researchers (more than 6000), has established some of its laboratories among the best all around Europe.
Outcomes’10 is a scientific consultancy specialized in Market Access, Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical devices companies, academic institutes, scientific societies, and business schools. It was established in 2009 and provides integrated solutions throughout the product lifecycle by balancing scientific/academic expertise with strategic awareness.
Established in 1996, the European Institute of Women’s Health is a non-governmental organization advocating for gender equity in public health, research, healthcare and social policies at local, national and European levels. The EIWH promotes sex and gender-specific biomedical and socio-economic research that addresses biological, physiological and social differences to ensure access to quality prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for women across the lifespan.
Make Mothers Matter (MMM) is an international NGO created in 1947 at the UNESCO to raise the awareness of policy makers and public opinion on the contribution of mothers to social, cultural and economic development. MMM brings together and represents a network of more than 40 organisations from 28 countries around the world. MMM has no political or religious affiliations, and thus transparently voices the concerns of mothers at international level with permanent representatives at the United Nations (with General Consultative Status at ECOSOC) and at the European Union.
Asphalion is an International Drug Development and Regulatory Affairs Consultancy based in Barcelona, with over 1,800 accumulated projects, and activity in over 50 countries.
ZABALA Innovation brings together (350+) experienced advisors located internationally across multiple offices specialised in assisting clients with access to grant funding from a number of European and International authorities.