As part of the France 2030 plan established two years ago by the government, aimed at making France "the first innovative and sovereign European nation in health", Professor Didier Samuel, Chairman and CEO of Inserm (National Institute of Health and Medical Research), and Bruno Sportisse, Chairman and CEO of Inria (National Institute for Research in Digital Sciences and Technologies), have been awarded the steering of a priority research programme (PEPR) dedicated to digital health. Endowed with 60 million euros, it will be officially launched on Wednesday at Paris Santé Campus (Issy-les-Moulineaux). The two major bosses of French research present to Le Figaro the challenges of this unprecedented initiative.
THE FIGARO. - What will the EUR 60 million of the programme that you are jointly piloting be used for?
Bruno SPORTISSE. - Digital health covers issues that can be very different: digital in the healthcare system, in the...
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