Accelerate your research development: an instrument adapted to each type of project

Take part in Inserm discussion and information workshops

06/14/2022 at 2 p.m. on the website of UMR Inserm 1149 located at the Faculty of Medicine – Site Bichat – 16 rue Henri Huchard 75018 Paris

Inserm invites you to take part in the discussion and information workshops on Horizon Europe’s European funding programs which will take place on 14/06/2022 at 2 p.m. on the site of UMR Inserm 1149 located at the Faculty of Medicine – Site Bichat – 16 rue Henri Huchard 75018 Paris.

Why participate in or coordinate a European project? How to successfully respond to calls for projects?

European programs, which cover activities ranging from basic research to applied research, are intended for researchers of all profiles.

This event, dedicated to Inserm teams, will allow you to define and understand all the opportunities offered by the following programs: the ERC, the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, the Cluster health and the EIC Pathfinder.

The session program is divided into two stages:

  • An exchange with winners from your region on their experience and the contribution of a European project;
  • Workshops targeted to programs that interest you.




Round table with winners of European projects

Experience sharing, advice and contribution of a European project


Parallel workshops: detail of the opportunities offered by the programs (philosophy and objectives of the program, advice for setting up, tools for finding partners, etc.)

  • ERC
  • Marie Skłodowska-Curie
  • Health Cluster
  • EIC Pathfinder
4:45 p.m. End of session


To help you choose the most suitable instrument for your project, find their description on the Inserm intranet page:

The workshops take place in parallel, you can only choose one when registering.

At the end of the session, you will have the opportunity to make an individual appointment with the workshop leaders to discuss your project in more depth .

To register, go to:

For any questions, your contact is: