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  • We will be honoured to host Pr. Peter CISTULLI from the University of Sydney for a conference on April 25th from 1pm to 2pm. The conference, entitled “Mandibular advancement devices versus continuous positive airway pressure for sleep apnea treatment”, will be held in Cyclamen room, RdC Haut, CHU Grenoble Alpes.
  • The CEA LETI is seeking a talented individual to investigate a new technic based solely on optical sensors to track pulse wave velocity. Deadline to submission : before April 27th
  • LIFE Annual Meeting
    on the January 12, 2018
    The LIFE's Annual meeting will be held on Friday January 12th, 2018 in the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme on the university campus, with the exceptional participation of Prof. Tim Townshend Deputy Head of School and Director of Planning and Urban Design Newcastle University.
  • CRISH – Course in Grenoble, December 11th and 12th
    from December 11, 2017 to December 12, 2017
    CRISH (Co-CReating Innovative Solutions for Health) main objective is to bring together key stakeholders of the health sectors, including patients, who will learn to co-create innovative processes, products or services that will promote/improve the health of populations through the identification of unmet needs.

LIFE - Is MaDe of Choices

Half of middle age adults exhibit more than two concomitant chronic diseases (“multimorbidity”). The progressive aggregation of chronic diseases across lifespan is drawing original health trajectories from multimorbidity to cancer. The overall goal of LIFE project is to examine the determinants of health trajectories by capturing underestimated yet crucial contributing factors including access to care, socio-economic factors, environmental exposures and urban design.

In this project, we are developing an integrated and multidisciplinary research plan uniting biological scientists, doctors, epidemiologists, public health specialists, social scientists, urban designers and big data researchers into a common framework for developing evidence-based societal and environmental control of health trajectories and transition to cancer.