• Global Challenges Science Week 2019
    International interdisciplinary days of Grenoble Alpes - From 3 to 6 June 2019

    The Global Challenges Science Week 2019 is a major event gathering more than 600 French and international scientists, PhD students, experts as well as public and private stakeholders.
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  • Séminaire "Trajectoire de santé"
    on the September 27, 2019
    Le projet Life et l'exploration des déterminants des trajectoires de santé : l'exemple de l'accès aux soins. La séance aura lieu le vendredi 27 septembre, de 12h à 14h, sur le campus de l'UGA, au Bâtiment Michel Dubois (ex-BSHM), salle B7 (rez-de chaussée - aile B)
    on the September 16, 2019
    In a remote Andean mining town, scientists are studying how life at extremely low oxygen levels ravages the body
  • Kick-off Meeting SENSAPNEA
    on the July 9, 2019
    The SENSAPNEA Kick-off Meeting took place in Grenoble, on July 9th and was the opportunity for the Consortium partners to get to know each other, to focus on the project framework and on the organizational perspectives related to this exciting and innovating project
  • L'Odenore et le régime général de l'Assurance maladie organisent les 6 et 7 juin un colloque national sur Renoncement et accès aux soins : de la recherche à l’action, 5 années de collaboration Assurance Maladie/Odenore à la cité des sciences et de l'industrie de Paris

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.