The role of dietary pattern analysis on CVD risk preditiction models

Datum objave: 14.04.2011

Kategorija: Aktualno na Univerzi

Harokopio University

Contact Person

PANAGIOTAKOS, Demosthenes (Dr.)
Associate Professor
Harokopio University

http://www.hua.gr
Contact
Telephone: +30-210-9549332
Fax: +30-210-9600719

Collaboration

Project Proposal


Title: The role of dietary pattern analysis on CVD risk preditiction models

Type Details: any academic or company organizations


Programme (Collaboration EU R&D): FP7-ENVIRONMENT, FP7-HEALTH, FP7-PEOPLE


Expiry Date: 2012-03-01

Workprogramme area(s)


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1) Climate change, pollution, and risks


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.1) Pressures on environment and climate


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.2) Environment and Health


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.2.1) Health effects of exposure to environmental stressors


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.2.3) Delivery of methods and decision support tools for risk analysis and policy development


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.3.1) Hazard assessment, triggering factors and forecasting


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.3.3) Risk assessment and management


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.3.4) Multi-risk evaluation and mitigation strategies


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2.1.5) Urban development


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2.1.6) Consumption patterns


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-2.4.1) Cancer


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-2.4.2) Cardiovascular diseases


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-2.4.3) Diabetes and obesity


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-4.2-4) Health statistics and rare events


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2009-3.2-2) Healthcare outcomes and cost-benefits


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2009-3.2-3) Primary care quality linkage to costs


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2009-3.3-5) European child health research platform


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2009.1.2.1.2) Methods to quantify the impacts of climate and weather on health in developing low income countries


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2009.1.2.2.1) Transport related air pollution and health impacts


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH) Health


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2009.1.2.1.2) Methods to quantify the impacts of climate and weather on health in developing low income countries


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2009.1.2.2.1) Transport related air pollution and health impacts


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-2009.1.3.3.1) Risk, prevention and management of urban floods


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.2.1.) Health impacts of climate change


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.2.2.) Health effects of environmental stressors other than climate change


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV-1.2.3.) Methods and decision support tools for environmental health risk analysis and policy development


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH.2010.3.2-2) Risk adjustment algorithms for better health insurance coverage. FP7-HEALTH-2010-single-stage


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2008.1.3.3.1.) Prediction of triggering and risk assessment for landslides


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-3.5-1) Epidemiological investigations into long-term trends of population health as consequence of socio-economic transitions, including life-style induced health problems


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-3.4-1) Disease networks of centres of reference


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-2.4.1-11) Epidemiology of gene-environment interactions involved in carcinogenesis


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2007.1.2.2.2.) European cohort on air pollution


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2007.1.1.5.2.) Climate change impacts on vulnerable mountain regions


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-2.4.3-6) Nutritional signals and the development of new diabetes/obesity therapeutic agents


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2007.1.1.6.1.) Full costs of climate change


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV) Environment (including Climate Change)


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2007.1.1.5.3.) Past and future climate change impacts in the Parana-Plata river basin of South America


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-3.2-7) Trends of population health


(FP7-HEALTH HEALTH-2007-3.2-6) Health outcome measures and population ageing


(FP7-ENVIRONMENT ENV.2007.1.1.5.1.) Climate change impacts and adaptation strategies in water policies



Target Partner


Organisation Details

Harokopio University

Name: Harokopio University

Region: ATTIKI

GREECE


Type: Education; Research

Number of Employees: 250 -
500

Keywords: risk models; cardiovascular; nutrition; cancer; epidemiology;biostatistics



RCN: 86796

Quality Validation Date: 2011-03-01

Update Date: 2011-03-03