PARTNERS lOGIN

Network Structure

NETWORK CO-ORDINATION

The ENNAH network is co-ordinated by Queen Mary University of London.

  • Network Co-ordinator, Stephen A Stansfeld, Queen Mary University of London
  • Deputy Network Co-ordinator, Charlotte Clark, Queen Mary University of London
  • Network Administrator, Gaby Wright, Queen Mary University of London

 

CO-ORDINATING COMMITTEE

The Co-ordinating Committee comprising the Network Co-ordinator, Deputy Network co-ordinator and Work Package Leaders oversees and manages the activities of network.

WORK PACKAGE LEADERS

Each work package is led by a European expert in the professional area of the work package content. Within each work package there is also a task leader who supports the work package leader.

  • Work package 1 leader: Stephen Stansfeld, Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom)
  • Work package 2 leaders: Anna Hansell, Lars Jarup, Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
  • Work package 3 leader: Danny Houthuijs, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands)
  • Work package 4 leader: Goran Pershagen, Karolinska Institute (Sweden)
  • Work package 5 leader: Francesco Forastiere, ASL Rome (Italy)
  • Work package 6 leader: Stephen Stansfeld, Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom)
  • Work package 7 leader: Stelios Kephalopoulos, European Commission, Directorate General Joint Research Centre (Italy)

 

  • Task leader work package 1: Charlotte Clark ,Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom)
  • Task leader work package 2: Wolfgang Babisch, Federal Environment Agency (Germany)
  • Task leader work package 3: Dick Botteldooren, University of Ghent (Belgium)
  • Task leader work package 4: Ronny Klaeboe, Institute of Transport Economics (Norway)
  • Task leader work package 5: Klea Katsouyanni, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece)
  • Task leader work package 6: Andy Smith, University of Cardiff (United Kingdom)
  • Task leader work package 7: Gaetano Licitra, Environmental Protection Agency of Tuscany Region (Italy)

 

CHAMPIONS

Topic champions contribute to the network activities across the work packages:

  • Coronary Heart Disease: Wolfgang Babisch, Federal Environment Agency (Germany)
  • Mental Health: Stephen Stansfeld, Queen Mary University of London (United Kingdom)
  • Cognition: Staffan Hygge, University of Gävle (Sweden)
  • Stress Indicators: Peter Lercher, Medical University of Innsbruck (Austria)
  • Sleep: Barbara Griefahn, University of Dortmund (Germany)
  • Children’s Health: Irene van Kamp, National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands)
  • Hearing Loss: Mariola Sliwinska-Kowalska, Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine (Poland)

 

ADVISORY BOARD

An advisory board of policy makers and stakeholders will be established at the start of the project, to advise the network about the policy implications of the networks’ work, findings and conclusions. This is a virtual group, whose role is to review, comment and contribute where appropriate on reports produced by the network.

Figure illustrating the management structure of ENNAH

 

YOUNG RESEARCHERS EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

The Young Researchers Exchange Programme is managed by Deputy Network

Co-ordinator, Charlotte Clark, Queen Mary University of London [c.clark@qmul.ac.uk].

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