Viltė Banelytė

Viltė joined PPMI as a researcher in the fall of 2014.  She has a broad educational background in social sciences including a BSc in Anthropology and MSc in International Health. Viltė specialises in the areas of public health, health research and innovation policy.  At PPMI she primarily works with FP7 and agency evaluations contracted by the European Commission. Currently Viltė is also coordinating a Horizon 2020 project OpenUP composed of nine partner organisations from different European countries. She is responsible for organising project’s activities, smooth execution of the project tasks and timely delivery of outputs.

 

Key areas of expertise

  • Policy areas: health and health research, European Research policies, effectiveness of public administration.
  • Methods: qualitative and quantitative research methods, including desk-based research, in-depth and semi-structured interviews, content analysis (Nvivo), surveys, quantitative and statistical analysis with SPSS

 

Education

  • MSc in International Health, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2014
  • BA in Anthropology, Durham University, 2012
  • Erasmus exchange year at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2011

 

Selected projects

OPENing UP new methods,indicators and tools for peer review, impact measurement and dissemination of research results – OpenUP (Horizon 2020 project).

Evaluation of the operation of ERCEA (2012-2015) (European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, 2014-2016).

Evaluation of the operation of REA (2012-2015) (European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, 2014-2016).

Assessing the Union Added Value and the Economic Impact of the EU Framework Programmes (FP7, Horizon 2020) (European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, 2015-2017).

Support to the launch of the successor Programme to Progress, EURES and Progress Microfinance Facility (PSCI) and the monitoring of its performance (European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, 2013-2015).

Ex-post evaluation of the health theme in FP7 (European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, 2014-2016).

Ex-post evaluation of the health theme in FP7 - Case studies (European Commission, DG Research and Innovation, 2014-2017).

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