Uppsala University, Sweden
Uppsala University is leading the MINDtheGEPs communication and dissemination workstream together with Elsevier. We develop and implement strategy and plan for communication, dissemination, and exploitation. We communicate with stakeholders and gatekeepers in partner organisations and on the national and European level: Tailoring, translating & reframing messages, and educating our audiences. With the aim to support long-term impact and structural change.
Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our ultimate goal is to conduct education and research of the highest quality and relevance to make a long-term difference in society. Uppsala University has over 50,000 students, more than 7,000 employees, and a turnover of around SEK 7 billion.
Josepine Fernow is a communications strategist and coordinator at Uppsala University’s Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics (CRB). She has been communications manager and work package leader in several European projects (IMI PREFER and ConcePTION, H2020 MINDtheGEPs, SIENNA, and STARBIOS2 projects, and for RRI-related communications in the FET Flagship Human Brain Project). She leads the communications team in MINdtheGEPs and the work to develop strategies for communication, dissemination and exploitation of results.
Anna Holm is a communications officer at Uppsala Univeristy's Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics. She participates in the development of communication plans, writes for web and newsletters, develops communication materials, and supports researchers in everything from drafting press releases to evaluating and reporting communication efforts. In addition to her work in MINDtheGEPs, she has supported communication and dissemination in the H2020 projects SIENNA and STARBIOS2, in the IMI funded PREFER & ConcePTION projects, and in the Human Brain Project.
Gabriel Zarzosa is a member of MINDtheGEP's communications team. He is also supporting communication activities in the IMI PREFER and ConcePTION projects, and H2020 SIENNA. He has communications experience from the media industry, public administration and academia. He taught Communication, Culture and Society and co-designed the course Culture of Networked Information at ITESO, Jesuit University in Guadalajara, Mexico. He holds a Masters Degree in Culture and Science Communication from ITESO and a Bachelors degree in Communication by Universidad Iberoamericana.