In light of current developments relating to the corona crisis, the challenges we face in a globalized and connected world become all the more apparent. EUniWell is active in research on health and well-being to help cope with the severe and multifold impact of the corona crisis on our collective and individual well-being and societal development. Also, find here our regularly updated blog.
EUniWell Activities in Health-Care and Research Related to the Current Corona Crisis
From 14 September to 21 September 2020, EUniWell hosts its first hackathon on the topic “Our Future is Changing Its Direction: Well-Being Dimensions in a European University” as a digital event.
Biotech XENOTHERA, University Hospital of Nantes and the EUniWell partner Université de Nantes have signed a consortium agreement to support XAV-19, XENOTHERA’s anti-COVID-19 treatment, intended for patients at the beginning of hospitalization.
As studying along different study paths becomes more and more popular for individuals over fifty in Germany, EUniWell partner Cologne attracts particularly high numbers of inquisitive retirees.
EUniWell, the European University for Well-Being, has been selected as one of 24 new European Universities under the second call of the European Universities programme!
Sophie Brouard, CNRS Research Director at the Centre de recherche en transplantation et immunologie at EUniWell partner Université de Nantes, receives the CNRS 2020 Innovation Medal. Since 2011, the CNRS Innovation Medal rewards researchers whose exceptional research work has led to ground breaking…
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