Major ongoing projects


The WHO World Mental Health International College Student (WMH-ICS) Initiative, where BBU is coordinating the national consortium.

The WHO World Mental Health International College Student (WMH-ICS) Initiative is designed to: generate accurate epidemiological data on unmet for treatment of mental, substance, and behavioral disorders among college students worldwide; implement and evaluate web-based interventions for both the prevention and treatment of these disorders; and disseminate the evidence-based interventions found to be effective using a continuous quality improvement approach designed to prevent degradation of these interventions in dissemination and successively to improve targeting of interventions using precision medicine procedures.


The #PLAYSERIOUSLY PROJECT funded by CEI and SAE Institute Milan. Partner Institutions: SAE Institute Belgrade (Serbia)• Babes-Bolyai University (Romania) • University of Banjia Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) • University of Crne Gore (Montenegro) • University of Szeged (Hungary) • Play-Ability • Hogrefe. The event is supported by AIRIPA and part of Milano Digital Week.

This is a Central European INITIATIVE (CEI) funded project that aims at supporting the exchange of knowledge and cooperation for supporting the emtoional health of children with learning difficulties.

PLAYSERIOUSLY is a project which aims at realizing a hackathon in order to develop a concept for an inclusive and psychoeducational video game.

The European Family Support Network

EurofamNet a pan-European family support network focused on family support policies and practices, reflecting common goals across participating countries, while recognizing the specific nature of families’ cultural and socio-economic contexts within them. The Action aims to inform family policies and practices towards the ultimate goal of ensuring children’s rights and families’ well-being. EurofamNet will do so by building collaborations between researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, children and families, public and private agencies, and general society.

We are honored to have Dr. David as one of the 3 representatives from Romania to take part in a working group.