DOROTHY COFUND fellowships toward effective communication, accessible science and resilient societies.


We consider communication as a critical feature of the DOROTHY programme. This section of our website reflects the interdisciplinary, intersectoral and international approach of the DOROTHY programme to global health crises. Given its focus on public health crises, and the public debate surrounding it, it is crucial that the population at large receives high-quality information in accessible language, to counter unscientific viral news and ultimately foster societal resilience. 

Information on the DOROTHY fellows

Innovative Solutions for Indoor Air Exposure: Agile, Lean, and Resilient (INSIDE-AIR)

WildHealth: from wildlife monitoring to preventing and mitigating the spread of zoonotic diseases and drug resistance

ENGAGE (dEvelopiNG A neiGhbourhood model for dEmentia)

Digital training with motor-cognitive strategies to improve movement in Parkinson’s disease

Ultrasensitive simultaneous detection of multiple Alzheimer's disease biomarkers by a miniaturized on-chip silicon ultra-micro-device based on a universal antifouling interface: Alzheimer's Disease Biomarkers (ADBs)-on-a-chip

PHOTODEC [Design and Synthesis of M_x 〖(O,S)〗_y Heterostructures and Nanocomposites for PHOTOcatalytic DEgradation of Contaminants of Emerging Concern and Industrial Waste Chemicals]

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