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Dutch local authorities have been responsible for youth care schemes and parental help in child-raising. ZonMw contributes towards improving the quality of youth care in several ways. We support effect research to find out what works and what does not; we stimulate the dissemination of new knowledge to professionals, municipalities, and training organisations; and we invest in an effective knowledge infrastructure, so that practice, research, education and policy can better stimulate and inform each other.

The input provided by parents and young people themselves is seen as an important part of this process.

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TOP grant for eleven excellent research groups

Eleven projects by excellent research groups have been awarded a TOP grant. This will allow them to revitalise their lines of research and enter into new collaborations. They will receive up to €675,000 for research lasting at least four and no more than five years.

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New online service desk for Vici applications at ZonMw

NWO and ZonMw opened the 2019 Vici round on 23 January 2019. As in the Veni round of 2019, ZonMw will be using a new system for applications to the Healthhcare Research and Medical Sciences divisiondomain. Known as ‘Mijn ZonMw', it replaces 'ProjectNet'. The procedure for assessing and selecting applications will remain the same.

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HDHL-INTIMIC: Impact of Diet, Food Components and Food Processing on Body Weight Regulation and Overweight Related Metabolic Diseases (METADIS)

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Proposals should focus on one or both of the following topics:

  1. Identification of food (components) or diets that affect appetite and satiety, body weight regulation and/or risk factors for the development of overweight related metabolic diseases as well as the underlying mechanisms. This includes the understanding of individual responses to food components or diets.
  2. The effect of food processing and/or storage conditions on food components, and the mechanisms by which this will influence appetite and satiety, body weight regulation and/or risk factors for the development of overweight related metabolic diseases. This can include studying how to modify the amount of these food components during food processing without affecting consumer acceptance.

Part of programme

Joint Programming Initiative, Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life (JPI HDHL)

Published on

5 February 2019

Deadline

2 April 2019,
16.00

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Karin van Gorp

Karin van Gorp

Programme Manager

Telefoonnummer+31 70 349 53 17
E-mailadresgorp@zonmw.nl
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