Neuronet launches its social media campaign “The value of public-private collaboration & findings highlights”

The Neuronet project is setting up an efficient platform to boost collaboration across research projects focusing on neurodegenerative diseases. Currently, the Neuronet initiative comprises 18 IMI projects.

Neuronet’s communication team and our community of communication representatives from the Innovative Medicines Initiative projects on neurodegeneration are pleased to announce that we are celebrating the great people behind our projects through an annual Neuronet campaign on social media.

Neuronet launched a new campaign to highlight the value of public-private collaboration this week. It starts on September to capitalise on the increased public attention on neurodegenerative diseases during World Alzheimer’s Month. The social media campaign will conclude on October 20th, in time to build up awareness towards Neuronet’s yearly event. The main social media platform we use is twitter, but please feel free to support our campaign by posting on other social media platforms as well. The  campaign will highlight some of the great findings, interesting activities and tools, none of which would have been possible without public-private collaboration.

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