EuroCoord is a Network of Excellence established by several of the biggest HIV cohorts and collaborations within Europe.
Project aims: The overarching aim of EuroCoord is to use the scientific strengths of each collaboration to ensure that the best, most competitive research is performed. EuroCoord’s multidisciplinary approach allows key areas of HIV research to be addressed, aimed at improving the management and life of HIV-infected.
Duration: 60 months from 2011
Founding partners: Main HIV cohorts and collaborations within Europe (CASCADE, COHERE, EuroSIDA, PENTA)
EATG participation: EATG is the community partner in the EuroCoord Work Package 14 (aMASE – Advancing Migrant Access to Health Services in Europe) – working with researchers at UCL to implement the community mobilisation and engagement to ensure that the needs of people living with HIV are served by research carried out by EuroCoord.
Main funding source: European Commission’s Framework Programme 7
Click here to access the EuroCoord website that contains detailed descriptions of the project and its deliverables.