JPcofuND 2 Working groups “Use of digital technologies in neurodegenerative disease research and clinical practice”
In pursuit of this aim, Working Groups may address the following aspects:
- Identification of the most relevant technologies, their current and potential use as well as their impact on the field in the next decade,
- Outlining the gaps, barriers and hurdles and opportunities in research in order to improve the use of specific digital technologies in the future for the diagnosis and treatment of ND,
- Analyzing the risks and opportunities that go along with an advanced use of specific digital technologies,
- Ethical considerations with a focus on the perspective of patients, relatives and carers (please refer to: https://legalinstruments.oecd.org/en/instruments/OECD-LEGAL-0457)
A Working Group must be led by a coordinator from an institution being eligible for one of the participating funding organisations. Only transnational Working Groups are funded. A minimum of six experts, including the coordinator, from at least five different countries must be involved in a Working Group, which should not exceed 25 participants. Each Working Group can bid up to 50.000 € (plus institutional overhead) for support of its activities, which should normally not exceed a time period of 12 months.
A minimum of six experts, including the coordinator, from at least five different countries must be involved in a Working Group, which should not exceed 25 participants. Half of the participants must be working in JPND member.
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