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Welcome to the CommHERE network
Communicating European Health Research

The CommHERE communication network offers you enhanced exposure of your project through wider and more effective dissemination to the general public and the media in Europe.

The aim of the CommHERE project is to improve communication on the outcome of EU-funded health research projects to the media, the general public and other target groups including the EC in all of Europe and beyond. The network comprises national and European communicators and researchers working with or in a EU-funded health research project. Membership of the CommHERE network is open and free of charge to projects and individuals involved in FP7 Health projects and/or European institutions active in EU-funded health research.

The CommHERE network offers you tools for communication:

  • Enhanced exposure of your European health research projects
    • Publish your FP7 Health project presentations, news tweets and popular articles on HorizonHealth.eu
    • Distribute your project video/-s via HorizonHealth’s Youtube channel.
    • Publish your news and press releases on AlphaGalileo (multiple languages).
    • Receive invitations to participate in local and national outreach events (Network meetings).
  • Communication support and networking opportunities
    • Access to a community of researchers and communicators active in EU-funded health research across Europe.
    • Invitations to CommHERE network meetings and to communication/training seminars.
    • The network’s newsletter.

Welcome to join!
Any researcher, communication officer or research administrative officer
- or research institution - representing EU-funded health research is welcome to join the CommHERE communication network.

To join, please email the CommHERE project coordinator, who will put you in contact with your national contact, the web editorial office, etc.

CommHERE project coordinator
Ulla Bredberg, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden.

Telephone: +46 8 524 863 89
Email:
info@commhere.eu
Project website
www.commhere.eu

The CommHERE consortium

Karolinska Institutet » Sweden
Centre de Regulació Genòmica » Spain
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin » Germany
European Molecular Biology Laboratory » Germany
Erasmus MC » Netherlands
Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale » France
Instituto de Salud Carlos III » Spain
Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry » Germany
Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi » Italy

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 282539.
Updated by Jennie Idegren, 08/04/2014
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