GA²LEN, the Global Allergy and Asthma European Network, was created to combat fragmentation in the European research area, ensuring excellence in EU allergy and asthma research by bringing together institutions and researchers from across the EU. The network notably put in place centralized structures and an office overseeing the multiple assets in knowledge in the different GA²LEN partners, enabling them to optimally synchronize their research efforts.
Role in the project
GA²LEN will produce guidelines on the findings of these synergies between outdoor and indoor air quality, considering how these pollutants react with each other. Additionally, it will be a support for the development of SynAir-G Roadmap and Guidelines by consolidating the outcomes and lessons learned from research and piloting activities, and assist with its full dissemination.
Torsten Zuberbier | GA²LEN President
GA²LEN is active in WP7 and WP8 and will, working together with EFA, produce practical guidelines on the findings of the synergies between outdoor and indoor air quality, and to consider how these pollutants react with each other. Other tasks include 7.2.2. Position Paper & recommendations, networking and dissemination of knowledge gained.
Ingrid van Hofman | GA²LEN Network Manager
GA²LEN is active in WP8 for networking internally and externally and the creation of a Stakeholders database and stakeholder mapping to include all involved sectors. GA²LEN will network within the consortium and to all stakeholders to coordinate pro-active workshops and to collate, condense, and disseminate all results of SynAir-G and make them available to all stakeholders across all media platforms. Organization of Networking Workshop(s).