In 2020, the Roquette Foundation for Health launched the first edition of its Research Award. For young researchers, this Award rewarded any particularly innovative research, thesis, dissertation, or publication in the fields of food, nutrition, prevention in health, food of the futures or nutritional transition.
The Roquette Foundation for Health ecnourages medical research to prevent, cure and avoid the spread of diseases and thus contribute to the good health of women and men throughout the world. This is why, in 2020, the Foundation awarded its first Research Award in France.
Aimed at young researchers, this award supports and rewards medical research on health prevention.
The third edition of the Roquette Foundation Research Award is launched!
.The award is aimed at young researchers under 40 years old (at the closing date for applications), registered in a university or school in the following countries: France, Italy, Spain, Lithuania, Singapore. It rewards or supports any particularly innovative research, thesis, dissertation, or publication that answers the following question:
Prevention in Health: what are the challenges and strategies around food and nutrition?
To be eligible, the work must come from research, whatever the discipline–basic research, clinical research, human and social sciences–and must be published at least once.
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Call for applications open from November 23, 2023 to February 09, 2024
This year, the jury granted the Research Award to Clémentine Hugol-Gential, and her team for the project called "Food and bodies on social networks: Preventing, raising awareness, informing teenagers about food and health."
The jury also granted a "Jury's Favorite" prize to the project of Jean-Baptiste Bizeau, a 26-year-old researcher at INRAE, the French National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment. Jean-Baptiste Bizeau's project investigates the influence of dietary fatty acid intake on the healthy aging of brain and retinal neurons. The aim is to evaluate and compare the impact of dietary fatty acid intake found in a Western-type diet or recommended by health agencies on the aging of nervous tissue. Bizeau’s project will make it possible to offer new nutritional recommendations and educational programs.