Eurolife is a network of nine prestigious academic institutions and European centres with world-wide research excellence reputation in Biomedicine and Medicine across Europe. Eurolife promotes and facilitates collaborative research, joint postgraduate training and education, the exchange of researchers and students and the building of joint research projects.
With historic, strategic and geographic links, their medical research communities provide unique opportunities for collaborative research and training. Together, the partners bring:
- Nine world class research institutions, with enormous depth and breadth of biomedical research expertise. Together, the Eurolife institutions have more than 100,000 students each year, employ about 10,000 academics and researchers, and have a combined operating budget that exceeds €2,4 billion
- Over 85 Nobel Prize have studied or worked at Eurolife universities
- Comprehensive research support, with a sound understanding of EU funding mechanisms
- More than 90 FP7 and H2020 research projects with at least 2 Eurolife institutions have been awarded from 2007
- Well established inter-institutional links, through years of staff and postgraduate student exchanges and collaborations
- A willingness to work together to achieve success
Eurolife members are based in nine European countries. This interactive map below gives a geographic overview of the partners.
Partnership members are listed below.