Consortium members

INNOVCARE Consortium members

 

The École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) is a graduate-only research institution that has a unique standing in the world of research and higher education in France. It hosts scholars from all over the world committed to the study of contemporary societies seen within broad cultural and historical contexts. It trains students up to PhD level in all disciplines of the social and human sciences (history, anthropology, sociology, economics, geography, linguistics, psychology, demography, cognitive science, political science, philosophy and mathematics).

 

 

Sorbonne Université is a public university, created on 1 January 2018, by the merger of the Paris-Sorbonne University and Pierre and Marie Curie University. It is structured by three faculties, in the fields of arts and humanities, science and engineering, and medicine.

 

 

Université de Bordeaux, heir to a history of nearly six centuries, is a multidisciplinary university with deep regional roots that reach out to the European and international level. It is now striving to rise to the challenge of environmental and societal transitions and improve the well-being of its entire community.

 

 

Université de Bretagne-Occidentale, as a public institution of a scientific, cultural and professional nature, the UBO’s primary missions are to contribute to the research development and to raise the scientific, cultural and professional level both nationally and internationally, to participate in regional and national growth, economic development and the implementation of employment and employability strategies. Finally, it contributes to reducing social and cultural inequalities.

 

 

Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris (AP-HP) is a world-renowned university hospital center with a European dimension. Every year, our 38 hospitals welcome more than 10 million sick people: in consultation, in emergency, during scheduled hospitalizations or in home hospitalization, at all ages of life. We provide a public health service for all, 24 hours a day. This is both a duty and a source of pride for us.

 

 

Université Sorbonne Paris Nord is one of the universities that succeeded the Sorbonne after the breakup of the University of Paris into thirteen autonomous universities in 1968. Renamed “Université Sorbonne Paris Nord” since January 1, 2020, it reaffirms its identity which highlights the symbolism of its history, the richness of its activities, as well as its territorial anchoring claimed with pride and conviction. Sorbonne Paris Nord University is a major teaching and research center located north of Paris.

 

 

Fondation Croix-Rouge is a research foundation dedicated to humanitarian and social action. An approved non-profit organisation (FRUP), it represents the will of the French Red Cross to promote scientific knowledge, ethical reflection and social innovation in order to improve action dedicated to the most vulnerable.

 

 

The French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) is among the world’s leading research institutions. Its scientists explore the living world, matter, the Universe, and the functioning of human societies in order to meet the major challenges of today and tomorrow. Internationally recognised for the excellence of its scientific research, the CNRS is a reference in the world of research and development, as well as for the general public.

 

The French Institute for Demographic Studies(INED) is a public research institute specialized in population studies that works in partnership with the academic and research communities at national and international levels.
 

Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Marseille (AP-HM) is a university hospital center.

 

 

PS Institut is a research and development center in foresight and systems. PSI brings together researchers from a network of young companies, innovative startups, consulting firms and practitioners in the field of personal care and development around a single scientific project. The PSI project responds to a growing need, in research, prospective studies and strategic advice, for intelligent actors, in a complex, globalized and uncertain world.

 

 

Sophia University since its establishment over a century ago, Sophia University has developed an education based on Christian humanism that transcends national, linguistic, and academic boundaries. This is the idea that “using one’s talents and learning for the benefit of others leads to personal growth” and that all studies and research will contribute to a sustainable future. Sophia University will continue to take on the challenge of various reforms to contribute to the achievement of the SDGs and solve various global issues facing the world today while carving out the next history as a university open to the world.

 

 

Hamamatsu University School of Medicine was found in 1974. The University seeks to achieve three chief objectives; firstly, to produce excellent clinicians and highly creative researchers; secondly, to promote original research and the innovation of medical techniques; and thirdly, to play a leading role in local medical treatments by practicing medicine for the greatest benefits of patients. These goals should contribute to the health and welfare of all mankind.

 

 

Doshisha University is a private university in Kyoto City, Japan. Doshisha University is one of the most prestigious universities in Japan today, with particularly strong influence in the Kansai region, and is considered one of the most selective private universities in Japan. Established in 1875, it is one of Japan’s oldest private institutions of higher learning, and has approximately 30,000 students enrolled on four different campuses in Kyoto.

 

 

National Institute of Public Health conducts investigative research with the respective researchers working in cooperation across areas to enhance personnel development, make proposals regarding the policies of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, provide a scientific basis when formulating policies, and conducting scientific evaluations of policies.

 

 

Osaka University is a public research university located in Osaka Prefecture, Japan. It is one of Japan’s former Imperial Universities. Osaka University was one of the earliest modern universities in Japan at its founding in 1931.

 

 

Tokyo Institute of Technology is the top national university for science and technology in Japan with a history spanning more than 130 years. Of the approximately 10,500 students at the Ookayama, Suzukakedai, and Tamachi Campuses, half are in their bachelor’s degree program while the other half are in master’s and doctoral degree programs. International students number 1,700. There are 1,200 faculty and 600 administrative and technical staff members. In the 21st century, the role of science and technology universities has become increasingly important. Tokyo Tech continues to develop global leaders in the fields of science and technology, and contributes to the betterment of society through its research, focusing on solutions to global issues. The Institute’s long-term goal is to become the world’s leading science and technology university.

 

 

Toyo University was founded in 1887 as “Tetsugakukan” (“Philosophy Academy” in English) by Enryo Inoue. It has grown into a comprehensive university with 13 faculties, namely the Faculty of Letters, the Faculty of Economics, the Faculty of Business Administration, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Sociology, the Faculty of Life Sciences, the Faculty of Food and Nutritional Sciences, the Faculty of Human Life Design, the Faculty of Science and Engineering, the Faculty of Information Sciences and Arts, the Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, the Faculty of International Tourism Management, and the Faculty of Information Networking for Innovation and Design, as well as 15 graduate schools. To accommodate all these faculties and graduate schools, Toyo University now has five campuses—Hakusan, Kawagoe, Asaka, Itakura, and Akabanedai. In line with its philosophy, Toyo University will continue its commitment to implementing reforms in education, research, and social contribution.

 

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