4 July 2019 | Brussels, Belgium
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4 July 2019
Brussels, Belgium
Horizon 2020 Health Partnering Day 2019

Flash presentations

Researchers, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders are also invited to present their project ideas for the “Health, Demographic Change & Wellbeing” Theme in Horizon 2020, for the upcoming 2020 Horizon 2020 Health Calls, in the form of "Flash Presentations".

SME representatives and organisations from EU-13 countries looking to participate in the upcoming calls are especially encouraged to present their expertise and project idea.

These flash presentations will be selected before the event, following submission of a presentation proposal. Selection will be based on their fit in the sessions domains (Better health and care, Digital transformation in Health and Care, Cybersecurity) and on their degree of general interest. The presentations will last no more than 5 minutes and should ideally be held by prospective coordinators. Please note that the number of slots available for flash presentations is limited and that not all entries can be selected.

If you wish to hold a flash presentation during the brokerage event, please download the template here and submit your presentation to beflashpresentations@gmail.com till 14th June 2019.
Presentations failing to follow the template and the instructions
therein, especially presentations exceeding the allowable number of
slides, may be rejected without further consideration of their content
or quality.

All submitted flash presentations will be published here after the event.


European Commission Opening speech: Henriette van Eijl, Deputy Head of Economic & Social Transitions Unit (E6)/ DG R&I
Current IMI Funding opportunities: Magali POINOT, Advisor to the Executive Director, IMI Office
How to involve Health Research Infrastructures in your proposal/project?

Christine Kubiak, Capacity Director, ECRIN
Andrew Smith, Head of External Relations, ELIXIR
Anne-Charlotte Fauvel, Head of European Projects, EATRIS
The social sciences and humanities (SSH) aspects in Health: NET4SOCIETY project, Mikolaj Pyczak, IPPT PAN
Nanomedicine in H2020: NMP Team project, Michael Wessel, Project Management Jülich

The list of speakers Session 1.

  1. Oscar Mayora, “AI4PM - Artificial Intelligence Tools and Methods for Personalised Medicine”, FBK - Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
  2. Roberta Mazza, “Health & Life Sciences @ UniBo Research Overview”, University of Bologna, Italy
  3. Christian Jagersma, "Do you want to partner with us in high-level research in clinical and experimental neuroscience?”, University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands
  4. Jonathan Gomez-Raja, “A HOPE: Avoiding re-hospitalization for heart failure “, FundeSalud, Government of Extremadura, Merida, Spain
  5. Andras Dinnyes, “In vitro toxicity testing using human induced pluripotent stem cell derived 2D and 3D assays”, Biotalentum ltd, Godollo, Hungary
  6. Goret Paulo, “Opportunities for International Collaboration”, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  7. Are Hugo Pripp, “Assessments, interventions and pathways for improved health outcomes in patients with multimorbidity”, OsloMet - Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
  8. Sandra Martins Pereira, “Integration of palliative care in other healthcare services”, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Porto, Portugal
  9. Angelo Scuteri, “Digital Health for a personalized approach to cure, care, and health literacy in older subjects with lower education to promote active aging and postpone progression to disability “, University of Sassari, Italy
  10. Mona Marill, “Seniors in the Centre of Innovation for Active and Healthy Ageing”, Association E-Seniors, Paris, France
  11. Ilhem Ben Youssef Turki, “Oxidative stress in neurodegenerative diseases”, National Institute Mongi Ben Hmida of Neurology- Rabta, Tunis, Tunisia

The list of speakers Session 2.

  1. Davide Tiana, “Developing of a forefront in-silico method for Understanding and Predicting Drug-Induced Liver Injury”, University College Cork, Ireland
  2. Helena Lopez, “Collaboration opportunities”, GRADIANT - Centro Tecnológico de Telecomunicaciones de Galicia, Vigo, Spain
  3. Ignazio R. Marino, “Jefferson in Europe”, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, United States
  4. Stephan Schaller, “Better, Sustainable & Digital transformation of health systems through personalized precision medicine”, esqLABS GmbH, Frankfurtr, Germany
  5. Pierre Simay, “HospiT’Win DT-ICT-12-2020: AI for the smart hospital of the future”, IMT, Paris, France
  6. Deniz Katircioglu-Ozturk, “Information & Communication Technologies”, ICTERRA Information & Communication Technologies, Ankara, Turkey
  7. Lorna Morris, “Creating in-silico solutions for integration and analysis of clinical and real world data”, LifeGlimmer GmbH, Berlin, Germany
  8. Masih Nilchian, “Pulse Wave Analysis for Wellness and Health”, mypulses, Epalinges, Switzerland
  9. Gorazd Hladnik, “Mobile Health (R)Evolution”, Provita d.o.o., Ljubljana, Slovenia
  10. Guy Fagherazzi, “Development of a e-Health Data Lake to identify innovative digital biomarkers for the main chronic diseases”, Luxembourg Institute of Health, Luxembourg
  11. Martiño Rubal, “Intelligent technology for improving the quality of life and the attention to informal caregivers of people in a state of dependency”, University of A Coruña, Spain



Closed since 4 June 2019


Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace

Organised by


Participants 291
Meetings 1059


Austria 8
Belarus 2
Belgium 13
Brazil 1
Canada 1
Croatia 1
Czech Republic 1
Denmark 1
Finland 5
France 19
Germany 14
Greece 16
Hungary 2
Ireland 9
Israel 1
Italy 52
Latvia 1
Luxembourg 3
Netherlands 15
Norway 14
Poland 13
Portugal 20
Romania 4
Slovenia 1
Spain 51
Switzerland 7
Tunisia 7
Turkey 26
Ukraine 1
United Kingdom 8
United States 3
Total 320


Company (SME) 61
Company (Industry) 7
University 107
R&D Institution 64
Consultancy 4
Association/Agency/Cluster 15
Authority/Government 8
NCP 20
Other 25
Total 320