Funding programme: Horizon Europe MSCA-DN-2021
Duration: Febr 2023 – Jan 2027
Total budget: 2,9 M€
Consortium: 18 consortium members in 7 countries
Coordinator: Amsterdam UMC
Showcase of a successful project
The LABDA consortium brings together academic researchers from epidemiology, public health, and data science with non-academic partners from wearable industry and health policy. Together, they will train a new generation of creative public health researchers with strong analytical and data science skills and a deep understanding of all aspects of wearable sensor data analysis.
The project will provide a joint taxonomy to assess 24/7 movement behaviour data as well as an open source toolbox of advanced analysis methods. The toolbox will include a decision tree to guide researchers, policy makers, and others to the optimal method to use for their (research) question. This enables tailored public health recommendations as well as improved personal wearable feedback concerning 24/7 movement behaviour and their impacts on health.
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This was my first collaboration with Fundament and I can highly recommend it. Our collaboration went very smooth, was fun and stress reducing. Fundament is very systematic, pro-active, efficient and flexible. Thanks again for your valuable support!
Fundament is proud to participate in LABDA as an associated partner. As a part of the elaborate PhD training programme, Fundament will provide a workshop in grant writing, which will contribute to skill development towards independent researchers attracting their own funding.
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