STED (Structure, Train, Engage & Disseminate)
STED is an exhaustive communication and public outreach strategy to Structure (S) the organisation and the different actions of the consortium, to train (T) a new generation of researchers in the scientific and technological issues of enhancers, to engage (E) a broad audience and to disseminate (D) new discoveries to increase knowledge and open new diagnostic and therapeutic avenues in the emerging field of human enhanceropathies. STRUCTURE – Putting a face and a voice to ENHPATHY STED will use the most proficient on- and off-line communication tools to increase the visibility of the consortium and support the implementation of all its scheduled actions. Operated by beneficiaries and partners, with a strong involvement and commitment from all ESRs, STED will ensure the proper functioning of the consortium. TRAIN – Network-wide actions As key players of the consortium, ESRs will be involved in all actions organized under the coordination and the expertise of all beneficiaries, partners and external contributors: training events and conferences, online tools maintenance and content editing, press release, articles, reviews, publications, webinars, journal clubs & e-lab meeting, e-learning. ENGAGE & DISSEMINATE – External communication plan The ENHPATHY community relies on its communication strategy (tools and actions) to share its discoveries on enhancer activities and enhanceropathies with a broad audience including basic & translational researchers, clinicians, industrials, health organisations, editors, reporters, high-school, undergraduate and graduate students, artists and the general public. To complete local public outreach actions, ENHPATHY will launch #Enhancerinart, a scienc’art program offering one artist the unique opportunity to become an actor of our scientific program, by creating an original artwork in collaboration with one of our ESRs.