TRIGGER General Assembly Meeting in Oulu, Finland

The TRIGGER project recently held a two-day General Assembly meeting in the city of Oulu, Finland, on June 10th and 11th. Hosted by the University of Oulu, one of the project’s key partners, the meeting brought together collaborators from various countries involved in the initiative.

Throughout the two days, participants engaged in a series of workshops and discussions focused on reviewing the project’s progress and addressing strategic points crucial for its implementation in the coming months. The meeting provided a clear understanding of the project’s current status and outlined the next actions for its advancement. With a firmly established theoretical framework established and the active CHC Labs, the project is now transitioning into the phase where envisioned clinical studies will begin. This was a focal point of the discussions, ensuring that all partners are aligned and prepared for this next stage.

In addition to the productive sessions, attendees had the chance to explore the beautiful surroundings of Oulu. Overall, the General Assembly meeting in Oulu was a resounding success, and plans made during this meeting are expected to significantly drive the project’s objectives forward.