The International Network for Early Childhood Health Development
Marie Curie Exchange Program
Program presentation and partners involved
The general aim of the Marie Curie Exchange Program, International Network for Early Childhood Health Development –INECHD- is to strengthen collaborative interdisciplinary research and knowledge transfer on early childhood health development and well-being. The network brings together partners from three continents: Europe, North America and South America, to initiate, reinforce and extend research and knowledge transfer collaborations.
Partners in this initiative are: University College Dublin (UCD) in Ireland, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS) in Brazil, Institut national de la santé et de la recherche médicale (Inserm) in France, Université de Montréal (U de M) and Université Laval (UL) in Canada, Universidad Alberto Hurtado (UAH) in Chile.
Senior researchers coordinating this initiative are:
Dr Richard Tremblay (UCD), Dr Michel Boivin (UL),
Dr René Carbonneau (U de M), Dr Bruno Falissard (Inserm),
Dr J. Costa da Costa (PUCRS), Dr J. E. Garcia-Huidobro (UAH)
1. INECHD Goals and Principal investigators
3. Montreal Meeting 3-4 April 2011
4. Montreal Meeting 3-4 June 2012
5. Sao Paulo Meeting June 2013
This projet is funded by
the European Union