About the Lifebrain project

The Lifebrain Team at the kick-off meeting in Brussels

Lifebrain researchers

List of Lifebrain researchers

Project partners

Lifebrain has 13 partners in 8 European countries.

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Project facts

Title: Healthy minds 0-100 years: Optimising the use of European brain imaging cohorts (Lifebrain)

Period: 1st January, 2017-31st December, 2021

Consortium: 13 partners in 8 countries: Denmark, Germany, Great-Britain, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland

Coordinator: Kristine B. Walhovd, Centre of Lifespan Changes in Brain and Cognition, University of Oslo

Funding: 10 million EUR, Horizon2020, Grant agreement number: 732592. Call: Societal challenges: Health, demographic change and well-being.

Lifebrain researchers:

Principal investigators: Kristine Walhovd (UiO), Lars Nyberg (Umeå), Klaus Ebmeier (UOXF), Ulman Lindenberger (MPIB), David Bartrés-Faz (UB), William Baare (RegionH), Rik Henson (MRC), Christian Drevon (Vitas), Gun Peggy Knudsen (NIPH), Brenda Penninx (VUmc), Paolo Ghisletta (UNIGE), Ole Røgeberg (Frisch), Lorraine Tyler (UCAM), Lars Bertram (UzL)

Research associates: Anders Fjell, René Westerhausen (UiO), Micael Andersson, Sara Pudas, Mikael Stiernstedt (Umeå), Heidi Johansen-Berg, Eniko Zsoldos, Sana Suri, Claire Sexton  (UOXF), Simone Kühn, Andreas Brandmaier, Ylva Köhncke, Sandra Düzel (MPIB), Cristina  Solé-Padullés, Barbara Segura Fabregas (UB), Kathrine Skak Madsen, Louise Baruël Johansen, Olga Rigina, Hartwig Siebner (RegionH), Rogier Kievit (MRC), Thomas Gundersen, Tonje Fossheim (Vitas), Isabelle Budin Ljøsne (NIPH), Laura Nawijn (VUmc), Sezen Cekic (UNIGE), Christina M. Lill (UzL)