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González N, Correig E, Marmelo I, Marques A, la Cour R, Sloth JJ, Nadal M, Marquès M, Domingo JL. Dietary exposure to potentially toxic elements through sushi consumption in Catalonia, Spain. Food Chem Toxicol. 2021 May 20:112285. doi: 10.1016/j.fct.2021.112285.
Papandreou C, García-Gavilán J, Camacho-Barcia L, Hansen TT, Sjödin A, Harrold JA, Halford JCG, Bulló M. Circulating metabolites associated with body fat and lean mass in adults with overweight/obesity. Metabolites. 2021, 11(5):317.
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Deepika and Óscar Sabuz, PhD students at TecnATox, are attending the summer school on "Non-animal approach in science: The Three R...evolution" from 17 May to 21 May where they get the opportunity to meet other researchers from more than 30 countries.

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Amaka Okoye E, Bocca B, Ruggieri F, Ezejiofor AN, Nwaogazie IL, Domingo JL, Rovira J, Frazzoli C, Orisakwe OE. Metal pollution of soil, plants, feed and food in the Niger Delta, Nigeria: Health risk assessment through meat and fish consumption. Environ Res. 2021, 198:111273

In the framework of NEUROSOME, we are organizing the course entitled: "How to prepare a successful proposal". This course is addressed to the MSCA PhD candidates of NEUROSOME and will be held virtually from May 10 to 15.

See below the programme of the course:

Day 1 – Monday, 10 May 2021

9:00-9:30

Welcome Session : Prof. Denis  Sarigiannis

9:30-10:15

Session 1: General Introduction

Speaker: Dr. Vikas Kumar

10:15:10:25

Coffee Break

10:25-11:15

Session 2: Structure of the proposal

Speaker:  Dr.  Bartosz Tylkowski

11:15-13:00

Group activity (choosing a suitable grant and elaborating overall prospective about proposal).

13:00-15:00

Lunch Break

15:00-17:00

Group discussion and feedback from coordinating committee

   

Day 2 – Tuesday, 11 May 2021         

9:00-11:00

Session 3: Excellence of the proposal with relation to objective, work plan, deliverables etc.

Speaker:  Dr. Bartosz Tylkowski

11:00-11:10

Coffee break

11:10-13:00

Group activity (Prepare objective and work plan for the proposal)

13:00-15:00

Lunch Break

15:00-17:00

Group discussion and feedback from coordinating committee

   

Day 3 – Wednesday, 12 May 2021

9:00-11:00

Session 4: Impact, budget and submission of the proposal

Speaker: Dr. Gemma Papiol

11:00-11:10

Coffee break

11:10-13:00

Group activity (Prepare outcome and budget for the proposal)

13:00-15:00

Lunch Break

15:00-17:00

Group discussion and feedback from coordinating committee

   

Day 4 – Thursday, 13 May 2021

9:00-11:00

Session 5: Plan for Exploitation and Dissemination of project Results

Speaker: Dr. Montse Marquès

11:00-11:10

Coffee break

11:10-13:00

Group activity (Dissemination for their projects with innovative ideas)

13:00-15:00

Lunch Break

15:00-17:00

Group discussion and feedback from coordinating committee

   

Day 5 – Friday, 14 May 2021

9:00-11:00

Session 6: Project Management and Analysis of proposals and examples of evaluation comments for proposals like Marie Curie. Summary of important points

Speaker:  Dr. Vikas Kumar

11:00-11:10

Coffee break

11:10-12:00

12:00 -12:30

Play Kahoot. A game with multiple-choice questions about learning during workshop

Closing of the workshop

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Researchers from Stanford University have created a public database of more than 100,000 leading scientists from around the world. It includes the top 100,000 scientists based on their impact globally, but also others who are in the top 2% in their research subfields. The study, published openly in the journal Plos Biology, is based on citation data collected in Scopus.

Prof. Schuhmacher is listed as Professor from the Chemical Engineering Department from Universitat Rovira i Virgili, while Prof. Domingo and Dr. Nadal as reseachers from Institut d'Investigació Sanitària Pere Virgili.

 

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Galié S, García-Gavilán J, Papandreou C, Camacho-Barcía L, Arcelin P, Palau-Galindo A, Rabassa A, Bulló M. Effects of Mediterranean Diet on plasma metabolites and their relationship with insulin resistance and gut microbiota composition in a crossover randomized clinical trial. Clin Nutr. 2021. In press. DOI: 10.1016/j.clnu.2021.04.028

SEAFOODTOMORROW is almost at the end and the Key Achivements Booklet has been developed.

This interactive booklet summarises the key achievements of the SEAFOODTOMORROW project: Nutritious, safe and sustainable seafood for consumers of tomorrow. This booklet is for all seafood stakeholders, including industry representatives, policy- and decision-makers and seafood consumers. We present the Eco-Innovative Solutions and Key Exploitable Results generated by the SEAFOODTOMORROW team, including their potential or realised impact, a summary of dissemination and exploitation activities carried out to date, and the next steps needed to ensure maximum uptake and legacy of the SEAFOODTOMORROW outcomes.

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