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EDEN Operational. EDEN – The Challenge Co-ordinate the activities of more than 60 Researchers ALVES-PIREZ, ANDA, ASOKLIENE, AVSIC-ZUPANC, BALANCA, BARGUES,

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1 EDEN Operational

2 EDEN – The Challenge Co-ordinate the activities of more than 60 Researchers ALVES-PIREZ, ANDA, ASOKLIENE, AVSIC-ZUPANC, BALANCA, BARGUES, BENNETT, BORMANE, CHEVALIER, DAVIES, DE LA ROCQUE, DEDET, DELLATORRE, DO ROSARIO, EGYED, FARKAS, FASSI-FIHRI, FERENCZI, FONTENILLE, GALLEGO, GARCIA-PEREZ, GRAMICIA, GUEGAN, HAMMADI, HARBACH, HEESTERBEEK, HENDRICKX, HENTTONEN, HUBALEK, KISS, KONDRUSIK, LABUDA, LAMBIN, LEIRS, LELLI, LUNDKVIST, LYAGOUBI, MOLINA, MORAND, NICOLESCU, OZBEL, OZER, POURRUT, RANDOLPH, READY, REITER, RIZZOLI, ROGERS, ROMI, SALL, SCHAFFNER, SORIGUER, TENORIO, THIONGANE, TSELENTIS, VAHERI, VASILENKO, WINT, ZAHLER-RINDER From 54 Research Institutes & Sub-contractors Located in 40 Towns Alger, Ankara, Antwerp, Barcelona, Bialystok, Bondone, Bratislava, Brno, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dakar, Helsinki, Iraklion, Izmir, Lisbon, Liverpool, Ljubljana, London, Louvain la Neuve, Madrid, Montpellier, Munich, Nijmegen, Oxford, Paris, Rabat, Riga, Rome, Sevilla, Solna, Tallinn, Terramo, Tulcea, Utrecht, Valencia, Vantaa, Vilnius, Vitoria, Zoersel In 25 Countries Algeria, Belgium, Czech Republik, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Senegal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom

3 EDEN management – The structure

4 EDEN management - Who’s who

5 EDEN management – Steering Committee

6 EDEN - Deputy SP Coordinators TBDMonica Zahler RinderLudwig-Maximilians University – Munich, Germany (LMU) Milan LabudaSlovak Academy of Sciences - Bratislava, Slovakia (SAS) RoboHerwig LeirsUniversity of Antwerp – Antwerp, Belgium (UA) LEIMontserrat GallegoUniversity of Barcelona - Barcelona, Spain (UB) Robert FarkasSzent István University - Budapest, Hungary (SZIE) WNVZdenek HubalekAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Republic – Brno, Czech Republik (IVB) Alessandra della TorreUniversity of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ - Rome, Italy (UNISAP) MALMohammed LyagoubiNational Institute of Hygiene - Rabat, Morocco (INH) Gabriella NicolescuNational Institute of Research and Development for Microbiology and Immunology “Cantacuzino” – Bucharest, Romania (NIRDMI) AFROuaffa Fassi FihriAgro-veterinary Institute – Rabat, Morocco (IAV) Jean-François MolezInstitut de Recherche pour le Développement – Dakar, Sénégal (IRD)

7 EDEN - Focal points TopicPersonAffiliation Gender equality and personnel interaction Sarah RandolphUniversity of Oxford, Oxford, UK Ethical aspects and safety rules of laboratory work Monica Zahler-RinderLudwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany Ethical aspects of working with live animals Heikki HenttonenFinnish Forest Research Institute, Vantaa, Finland

8 EDEN – Advisory Group Duane GublerAsia-Pacific Institute of Tropical Medicine and Infectious Diseases, John A. Burns School of Medicine, Hawaii, USA Santiago Mas ComaPresident of the European Federation of Parasitologists (EFP), University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain Rainer SauerbornMedical Director of the Department of Tropical Hygiene and Public Health of the University of Heidelberg, Germany Graham WhiteMosquito & Fly Research Unit, Center for Medical, Agricultural & Veterinary Entomology, Gainesville, Florida, USA Philippe MartinPrincipal Administrator, European Commission, Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection, Risk Assessment (DG-SANCO) David GeeCoordinator, Emerging Issues and Scientific Liaison, European Environment Agency (EEA), Copenhagen, Denmark Bettina MenneSenior officer, Global Change and Health Program, World Health Organisation of the United Nations (WHO), Rome, Italy Jan SlingenberghSenior officer, Insect Pest Management, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO), Rome, Italy Philippe VallatDirector General, World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Paris, France

9 EDEN Central management Day to Day EDEN Coordinator Integration Stéphane de La Rocque Chairman SC Scientific coordination David Rogers Secretary SC Operational Guy Hendrickx Secretariat Financial Olivier Pierre Administrative Sylvie Pugin CIRAD Technical inputs Secretariat Financial Olivier Pierre Administrative Sylvie Pugin CIRAD Technical inputs

10 EDEN Management - Tasks

11 EDEN – Central management tasks 1/4 Central management tasks: (a)General project Management, (b)Coordination of Training activities, (c)Coordination of Dissemination activities Central management tasks: (a)General project Management, (b)Coordination of Training activities, (c)Coordination of Dissemination activities

12 EDEN – Central management tasks 2/4 General project management tasks: (a)acting as the permanent contact point with the EU, (b)day-to-day co-ordination & troubleshooting, (c)providing administrative guidance for partners, (d)following up the EDEN milestones, (e)conducting financial monitoring, (f)facilitating communication between project teams, (g)liasing, through EDEN focal persons, for gender, personnel and ethical issues. (h)organising and reporting the steering committee meetings, the project inaugural meeting and the annual EDEN meetings, (i)producing six-monthly management reports, (j)coordinating the annual project reviews and audits. General project management tasks: (a)acting as the permanent contact point with the EU, (b)day-to-day co-ordination & troubleshooting, (c)providing administrative guidance for partners, (d)following up the EDEN milestones, (e)conducting financial monitoring, (f)facilitating communication between project teams, (g)liasing, through EDEN focal persons, for gender, personnel and ethical issues. (h)organising and reporting the steering committee meetings, the project inaugural meeting and the annual EDEN meetings, (i)producing six-monthly management reports, (j)coordinating the annual project reviews and audits.

13 EDEN – Central management tasks 3/4 Training coordination tasks: (a)co-ordination of the horizontal EDEN standardisation workshops, (b)follow-up of the subsequent Sub-Project standardisation workshops, (c)follow-up of training activities within Sub-Projects, (d)follow-up of the PhD program, (e)promotion of an “EDEN student network”. Training coordination tasks: (a)co-ordination of the horizontal EDEN standardisation workshops, (b)follow-up of the subsequent Sub-Project standardisation workshops, (c)follow-up of training activities within Sub-Projects, (d)follow-up of the PhD program, (e)promotion of an “EDEN student network”.

14 EDEN – Central management tasks 4/4 Dissemination coordination tasks: A dissemination strategy will be completed by month 6 of the project. The dissemination plan will include : (a)EDEN Website, EDEN Leaflet, EDEN Newsletter. (b)Guidelines for publication of workshop proceedings, scientific papers, general public articles. (c)Organisation/Participation of/to International conferences. (d)Collaboration protocols with existing projects allowing EDEN to engage with actors beyond research, with specific reference to schools and gender issues. (e)The establishment and management of an EDEN association. Dissemination coordination tasks: A dissemination strategy will be completed by month 6 of the project. The dissemination plan will include : (a)EDEN Website, EDEN Leaflet, EDEN Newsletter. (b)Guidelines for publication of workshop proceedings, scientific papers, general public articles. (c)Organisation/Participation of/to International conferences. (d)Collaboration protocols with existing projects allowing EDEN to engage with actors beyond research, with specific reference to schools and gender issues. (e)The establishment and management of an EDEN association.

15 EDEN management – Milestones

16 EDEN – Milestones 1/2 M 04 Data sources and media for historical data have been identified by each of the teams and in each of the countries involved (paper, various digital storage systems, electronic format) and allow an assessment of the effort needed for standardisation and storage. The EDEN website is operational, the EDEN leaflet and the first printed issue of the EDEN Newsletter are available for distribution. The Advisory Group has been appointed. M 06 All field sites have been selected and field teams are operational to collect data routinely. Protocols are available for standardisation and matching information generated from data from various sources (field, historic) and scales (high/low resolution, regional – national – local) - essential to allow further data processing. M 12 State of the art diagnostic tools are available to all field teams as needed. M 16 The EDEN strategy document has been made public during an international workshop organised at the second annual meeting, enabling EDEN, within the international community, to play a catalysing role in the development of health-environment information systems for policy making. M 18 The final version of the web-based central data management system and data clearing house (IDEAS) has been debugged and is available for storing data routinely.

17 EDEN – Milestones 2/2 M 24 First generation epidemiological models of selected diseases and pan-European eco-climatic time series analysis are available and enable the development and fine-tuning of second generation models for each of the selected EDEN diseases. M 36 Fine-tuned second generation epidemiological models of selected diseases are available to identify factors and indicators of change (both disease-specific and generalised) and pave the way for generic health / environment models. Results are presented at an international conference organised by EDEN. M 48 EDEN ’ s validated specific disease models, eco-climatic time series analysis and generic models combined with the information available from other sources pave the way for the development of “ what if ” scenarios for the future. M 60 “ What if scenarios ” have been discussed and tested by EDEN (EDEN teams, Steering Committee and the Advisory group) and are a driving force which trigger international discussion and policy-makers ’ & public awareness for the needs of a DMEWS based on EDEN ’ s results and recommendations : · - Scenario outputs are discussed at international fora, · - EDEN contributes to public awareness and health initiatives in Europe. The EDEN project results are presented at an international conference organised by EDEN.

18 EDEN kick-off Montpellier February YES NO Ambitious ? Easy? Worthwhile? Fun? Success? The floor is yours... YES NO YES NO YES NO YES NO

19 EDEN kick-off Montpellier February


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