We are currently involved in the following major collaborative projects:


The CBIG-SCREEN project has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement no. 964049.

The project is coordinated by the French national institute of health and medical research. The 14 partners include local health authorities, experts in public health and epidemiology, regional cancer institutes, a pan-European association of cancer societies, a non-governmental institution that promotes gender equity in public health, and the WHO specialized agency for cancer research (IARC).

For more information, please visit the project webpage: 



The colorectal cancers research project aims to develop a colorectal cancer screening concept based on biological markers identified in a blood sample.

The project is a collaboration between the Capital Region of Denmark and the Central Denmark Region and is coordinated by Hvidovre Hospital.

For more information, please visit the project webpage: www.colorectalcancer.dk (in Danish)



Alliancen mod Social Ulighed i Sundhed (in English: The Alliance Against Social Inequality in Health) is a Danish partnership in which all partners have a shared vision of reducing inequalities in health for all citizens and patients regardless of social background and position. 

For more information, please visit the project webpage: www.cancer.dk/ulighedisundhed (in Danish)


PRAISE-U (PRostate cancer Awareness and Initiative for Screening in the European Union) is an ambitious three-year project involving 25 institutions from 12 countries approved by the EU4Health programme. PRAISE-U’s mission is to design a nationally tailored cost-effective early detection algorithm for prostate cancer screening in the EU to reduce morbidity and mortality caused by prostate cancer while avoiding overdiagnosis and overtreatment.
For more information, please visit the project webpage.