Eugenia Vilarchao

Eugenia is an experienced project manager and developer for EC-funded projects (H2020 & HE frameworks). She leads project and research activities focusing on institutional changes, participative approaches, citizen science, and gender equality. 

Holding a PhD in Neurosciences from Université Paris Descartes, a MSc and BSc degree from Universidad de Buenos Aires, Eugenia did a 3-year postdoc at Institut Pasteur focusing on memory and behaviour. Overall, she has more than 15 years of experience in research and innovation, project development and management, publishing, and funding systems.   

Beyond her roles at the ESF, Eugenia is an active member of the Marie-Curie Alumni Association, contributing to the French Chapter and Policy Working Group.  

Current projects: SUPPORTER (project manager), MOBI-TWIN (stakeholder engagement), RESIST & ENFIELD (gender equality framework). Past projects: CASPER (project manager), GRACE-RRI (ESF roadmap implementation), TIME4CS (institutional changes framework). 

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