Project Coordinator

Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) is state university in Cyprus which was founded by law in 2004 and accepted its first students in September 2007. CUT research and academic staff is involved in more than 340 projects with a total funding/ contribution over 50m euro and is the second largest and one of the leading research Universities in Cyprus, that has high values regarding its academic character and its emphasis on high quality research in major branches of science and technology. It has a staff of approximately 300 academics, approximately 400 Researchers and Special Scientists, and 219 administrative employees supporting all aspects of teaching and research. Research emphasis at CUT is reflected in the substantial funding provided to academics for the establishment of research centres and laboratories, the support it provides for collaborations with world renowned Universities and Institutions, and the participation of its faculty in several national and European research projects. The research projects are funded under the HORIZON2020, the FP7, the ERASMUS+ and Lifelong Learning Programme, the National Framework Programmes of the Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, the European Territorial Cooperation Programmes (INTERREG), the COST Programme, the LIFE+, the EUROSTARS, EU4Health etc.

Nursing department at Cyprus University of Technology
The Department of Nursing is nested within the School of Health Sciences and offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in nursing and midwifery. In addition, the Department has a PhD program and a wide range of collaborations with research, policymaking and clinical institutions in Cyprus and abroad.
The Department is research-active and is the highest-ranked Nursing Department in Cyprus. The Behavioral Science in Health research lab is a newly established centre within the Department that promotes inter-disciplinarily in the area of public health. The project is nested within this research group that includes a range of experts in public health, epidemiology, medicine, nursing, psychology and biostatistics among others.