IFIC has welcomed two new members to the team Monica Sørensen and Edelweiss Aldasoro who bring a wealth of experience to the Foundation.
Monica Sørensen joined IFIC as a Researcher and will work on projects including TransForm, a joint initiative of the Network of European Foundations (NEF) supported by the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC). She will also support the Emerging Researchers in Integrated Care, a new platform for emerging researchers and professionals and preparations for our Summer School ISSIC19.
Edelweiss Aldasoro joined as a Senior Researcher and will be based in Oxford. She will develop the IFIC Integrated Care Knowledge project, a longstanding goal of the foundation. Edelweiss will also support the upcoming International Conference for Integrated Care in San Sebastian in April (ICIC19), the Special Interest Groups, IFIC Summer School and will sit on the JA ADVANTAGE Advisory Board.
In addition, both Monica and Edelweiss will contribute to IFIC’s growing research and development portfolio that from January 2019 will include new EU projects including VIGOUR, EURIPHI and Digital Health Europe.
CEO Dr Nick Goodwin said: “We are delighted to welcome Monica and Edelweiss to the IFIC team. Between them they bring a wealth of expertise which will help strengthen our knowledge base and further support the work of the Foundation.”