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The course will allow to become familiar with the main funding programme for research in Europe. Nearly 90 Billion Euros to be used to support research activities and research networks in a global perspective (not just EU).
- The European Research and Innovation Strategy as one of the main pillar of the European 2020 Agenda: why are they so relevant?
- Topics and priorities for the last three years of H2020
- How to properly manage the complementarities among the three core pillars of Horizon 2020
- Evaluation criteria and the selection of H2020 evaluators: an oportunity for ESRs and research institutions
July 3-4 2018
1996, Degree in Veterinary Medicine, University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy (110/110 cum laude).
1996, Licence to practise the Veterinary Profession.
July 1997-September 2001, Scientific Technician for Veterinary Anatomy, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Teramo.
October 2001-2015, Academic Researcher in Veterinary Anatomy (SSD-VET/01), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Teramo
October 2015-present, Associate Professor in Veterinary Anatomy (SSD-VET/01), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Teramo
2004 - 2014, elected for two terms Representative of the researchers of the Faculty Council of Veterinary Medicine, University of Teramo
2012 – present Prof. Russo is scheduled in the register of reviewers of the Ministry of Education University and Research
2013 – present Delegate of the Rector for the Orientation programme of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
The research carried out by Prof. Valentina Russo focuses on Reproductive Biology and, in recent years, on the study of amniotic stem cells in Livestock Mammals. In particular, the main fields of study developed are:
A) BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
B) AMNIOTIC STEM CELLS AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE.
Valentina Russo has published 114 papers in all of which 44 on international scientific journals with impact factor.
GERMANA DI FALCO
Germana Di Falco is a former adjunct Professor of Public Management at Bocconi University (Italy), where for over 15 years she has lemajor with in-depth coverage of cutting-edge social and economic development initiatives.
As an independent expert, she is in charge of technical assistance and ex-ante, in itinere and ex post evaluation of complex investment programmes and EU integrated projects.
She cooperates with the EU Commission on understanding and removing barriers to inclusive change and empowerment in cities, so to drive responsibly engaged investments and active citizenship in the coming decades and is member of the Core Expert Group of the URBACT and UIA programme.
She is the Project Manager of several EU projects, including the MSCA COFUND REP-EAT Project, funded to the University of Teramo.