A Key Partner for Science in Public Health

Our collaborative approach is mutually beneficial to scientists from industry, academic, and public sectors. Both large and small companies benefit from ILSI Europe’s network of the world’s leading scientists.

ILSI Europe provides an efficient and cost-effective way of pooling resources in order to identify and address important public health issues in food safety and nutrition from a scientific perspective.

ILSI Europe is funded primarily by its industry members. We also participate in European Commission-funded projects.

To get full insights on our latest scientific portfolio, we are pleased to share with you the ILSI Europe Activity  Document 2022, which includes our European projects partnerships and collaboration with European and international stakeholders.

Our ambition is to tackle the most relevant scientific topics for our triparties, and continue working with you!

What is NEW for 2022?

  • Reviewing the planetary health diet and its impact on brain health throughout life – More through the Brain Health Task Force
  • Prediction of individual responses to prebiotics and probiotics intervention – A collaboration between Prebiotics and Probiotics Task Forces
  • Proposal to develop the Immunosenescence Task Force
  • Research activity on Portion Size

Learn about this new but also the topical and current activities that we have in hands. Have a look to the Activity Document 2022.

To join ILSI Europe, contact our Scientific Unit Coordinator, Dr Matthieu Flourakis at or our Executive Director, Mr Ignacio Garamendi at

Reasons to join

ILSI Europe…

  • provides a neutral forum for scientists from academia, government, risk assessment bodies and industry to address topics of common interest related to nutrition, food safety and the environment;
  • collaborates with international organisations like WHO, FAO and the European Commission to build the scientific basis for public health;
  • provides access to a multidisciplinary network of leading scientists from government, academia, and industry;
  • enables discussion of scientific issues on a pre-competitive basis;
  • provides collective, cost-effective funding to build timely science in areas of public health interest;
  • helps you to remain up-to-date regarding nutrition, food safety and environmental issues;
  • provides an opportunity to contribute to scientific documents that are widely recognised as highly credible, reliable and relevant.