The project has received funding as part of NeuroInsight project under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 101034252.
Sitra, the Finnish Innovation Fund, an independent public foundation which operates directly under the supervision of the Finnish Parliament, has given a grant to More Stamina to conduct pilot studies for digital therapies for people with MS.
The Riitta ja Jorma J. Takanen Foundation has given the project a grant to continue its work with digital health for people with MS.
The FinCEAL Plus BRIDGES project (2019-2020) supports the development of partnerships and collaborative research activities between the Finnish research community and those in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Collaborations with the Ministry of Health of the City of Buenos Aires were covered through this funding.
A grant was given to the More Stamina project by Business Finland, the Finnish goverment organization for innovation funding, to continue its work with digital health for people with MS.
A second round of funding has been given by the University of Oulu Innovation Centre to continue exploring and evaluating More Stamina with relevant stakeholders.
The University of Oulu Innovation Centre is a joint unit for the University of Oulu and the Oulu University of Applied Sciences. Its goal is to create impact by commercializing research results and enabling business collaboration. A first round of funding was given to cover initial development of More Stamina.
The FinCEAL Plus BRIDGES project (2019-2020) supports the development of partnerships and collaborative research activities between the Finnish research community and those in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean. Collaborations with the Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires were covered through this funding.
ENJECT (European Network for the Joint Evaluation of Connected Health Technology) under grant TD1405 from the European Cooperation in Science and Technology action supported this project. Research on the exploration of people with MS needs for digital health was covered through this grant.
CHESS ITN (Connected Health Early Stage Researcher Support System Initial Training Network) is a European Union Horizon 2020 Framework Program under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 676201. Guido Giunti MD PhD research work was funded by this grant.