Aktuella utlysningar, vecka 36, 2019
Grants Office tipsar om aktuella utlysningar.
Stöder forskning kring HIV-infektion och AIDS, särskilt aspekter avseende behandling och prevention och vaccin. Prioritet ges till projekt som har klinisk anknytning och till sökande som nyligen påbörjat sin forskning.
Closing date: 1 October 2019
- Senior Investigator Award
- Junior Investigator Award
- Junior Clinical Investigator Award/Senior Clinical Investigator Award
- Post-doctoral position
- Fellowship for ovarian cancer research
See the website of the Swedish Cancer Society for more information regarding each specific call.
Closing date: 3 October 2019
Bidrag ges som forskningsanslag eller stipendiemånader (1-3 mån) till forskningsprojekt inom barnsjukvård. Anslagen avser framför allt att stödja nyetablerade projekt med hög klinisk relevans för pediatrik och som saknar stöd från stora anslagsgivare. Stiftelsen välkomnar också ansökningar för anordnande av vetenskapliga symposier.
Closing date: 14 October 2019
Percy Falks stiftelse för forskning beträffande prostatacancer och bröstcancer
Främjar vetenskaplig forskning och undervisning eller studieverksamhet i Sverige rörande prostatacancer och bröstcancer.
Fonden instiftades 2001 genom testamente av direktör Percy Falk, Stockholm. Stiftelsen skall genom anslag främja vetenskaplig forskning och undervisning eller studieverksamhet i Sverige rörande prostatacancer och bröstcancer. Anslag kommer att utdelas under februari månad 2020.
Tillgängligt belopp för utdelning är 2 000 000 kronor.
Ansökningsblanketter kan rekvireras från stiftelsens ordförande Tomas Kramar.
Closing date: 1 November 2019
Long-term postdoctoral fellowship program at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW)
KAW has established a long-term postdoctoral fellowship program at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. The purpose of the program is to bring outstanding young Swedish scientists to NTU for two years of postdoctoral research and studies. The program is open for all disciplines at NTU. The Postdoctoral Fellows are given the opportunity to participate in a broad range of interdisciplinary activities and programs that characterize NTU’s approach to research and education. After completing their postdoctoral visit, the Fellows will be supported upon their return to Sweden and use their experience from NTU for the benefit of Sweden.
Closing date: 15 November 2019
SSF announces SEK 30 million for one to three framework project(s) each involving 4-6 research groups from Sweden and Taiwan for a period of 5-6 years. The call aims to stimulate bilateral collaborative interdisciplinary research of the highest international quality within the areas of Natural Science, Engineering Sciences or Medicine, for the betterment of society.
The selected project(s) will be supported by a grant of maximum SEK 10-30 million for a period of 5-6 years to be used for salaries, research equipment, travel, and running costs according to the needs of the project. Funding for the last 2-3 years will be contingent upon a successful midterm evaluation.
Closing date: 3 December 2019
SSF-ARC: Agenda 2030 Research Centers on Future Advanced Technology for Sustainability - The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF)
SSF announces SEK 200 million in a national call for Agenda 2030 Research Centers on Future Advanced Technology for Sustainability. These shall be mission-oriented with challenge-driven research that meets the highest international scientific standing and promotes innovation, i.e. span technology readiness levels 1-5. The call drives transformation with interdisciplinary research within the above listed visionary areas for substantial impact on sustainable development within our generation with a 10-15 year horizon and beyond. Project will be selected in competition with the intention to fund one Center in each of the following areas:
1. Future Nuclear Power
2. Plant Biotechnology, including GMO and CRISPR/Cas9
3. Hydrogen/Fuel Cells
4. Next Generation of Antibiotics and/or Actions to Prevent Pandemics
Closing date: 21 January 2020
The MAPI Research Trust invites applications for the Catherine Pouget award. This supports projects that improve the quality of care received by patients with terminal illness, including the education of those who care for them. Proposals may focus upon patients, their families or medical and other carers.
Closing date: 31 December 2019
The European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases invites applications for its fellowship awards. These support basic or clinical research that utilises advanced techniques and methods to improve the health of children through the prevention or management of infectious diseases. Fellowships can take place outside or within the applicant’s institution and country.
Closing date: 1 December 2019
Rambøll Denmark invites applications for grants from the Rambøll Foundation. These promote research, studies and higher education, particularly within the technical and natural sciences. More sociological-oriented research will also be considered. Additionally the foundation supports staff of the foundation-owned companies and their families as well as non-profit organisations and charities.
Closing date: 15 November 2019
The European Association of Urology invites applications for its seeding grants. This supports innovative and original clinical research projects by a junior investigator, which are designed to collect or strengthen preliminary data and to qualify for future external competitive funding.
Closing date: 9 October 2019
Federal Funding agencies
Mechanism for Time-Sensitive Research Opportunities in Environmental Health Sciences (R21 Clinical Trial Not Allowed): NIH
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) is intended to support research in environmental health science in which an event has or will imminently occur that provides a limited window of opportunity to collect samples and data to support the assessment of exposures and human health impact. The goal of the program is to characterize initial exposures, collect human biological samples, or collect human health and exposure data in order to provide critical information to understand exposure-health outcome relationships, with the goal of providing data that will facilitate timely action to protect public health. The program also supports the use of innovative techniques (hazard identification, sensing and mitigation technologies) that are uniquely valuable for deployment at a time of disaster to inform our understanding of the human health impacts of the disaster. Research collected during this short window of opportunity is intended to serve as the foundation for analyses of longer-term health outcomes. (Funding of these analyses would not be appropriate for this mechanism, but through the traditional application process.) Resubmission applications are not permitted. Examples of appropriate studies can be found in the call text.
Closing date: November 1, 2019; December 2, 2019; January 2, 2020; February 3, 2020; March 2, 2020; April 1, 2020; May 1, 2020; June 1, 2020; July 1, 2020; August 3, 2020; September 1, 2020; October 1, 2020; November 2, 2020; December 1, 2020; January 4, 2021; February 1, 2021; March 1, 2021; April 1, 2021; May 3, 2021; June 1, 2021; July 1, 2021; August 2, 2021; September 1, 2021; October 1, 2021; November 1, 2021; December 1, 2021; January 3, 2022; February 1, 2022; March 1, 2022; April 1, 2022; May 2, 2022; June 1, 2022; July 1, 2022; August 1, 2022; September 1, 2022; October 3, 2022, All applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): RFA-ES-19-011
The purpose of this funding opportunity announcement (FOA) is to encourage research focused on tobacco use and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in low and middle income countries (LMICs). In particular, applications are encouraged that focus on the development and evaluation of tobacco cessation interventions tailored to HIV positive populations, including those with co-morbidities such as tuberculosis (TB), in low-resource settings in LMICs. This FOA provides funding for research planning, intervention delivery, and follow-up activities.
Closing date: November 1, 2019, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): PAR-18-023 (R01), PAR-18-022 (R21)
The purpose of this FOA is to encourage research projects that investigate the interplay between extracellular vesicles (EVs) and substance use disorders (SUDs). In particular, NIDA is interested in the potential utility of EVs with respect to understanding neuroplastic mechanisms relevant to SUDs or as biomarkers or therapeutics.
Proposed projects are expected to meet the following two criteria: 1) the major thrust of the application should involve extracellular vesicles or EV biogenesis machinery; and 2) at least one aim or sub-aim should involve exposure to addictive substances, or analysis of samples from patients with substance use or SUDs. Addictive substances of interest include: nicotine, cocaine, stimulants, opioids, prescription drugs, cannabinoids, or use of multiple substances (including alcohol). Applications focused solely on alcohol exposure should not apply through this FOA.
Closing date: January 21, 2020, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): PAR-17-250 (R01), PAR-17-242 (R21)
BRAIN Initiative: Targeted BRAIN Circuits Projects- TargetedBCP (R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed): NIH
This FOA solicits applications for research projects that use innovative, methodologically-integrated approaches to understand how circuit activity gives rise to mental experience and behavior. The goal is to support projects that can realize a meaningful outcome within 5 years. Applications should address circuit function in the context of specific neural systems such as sensation, perception, attention, reasoning, intention, decision-making, emotion, navigation, communication or homeostasis. Projects should link theory and data analysis to experimental design and should produce predictive models as deliverables. Projects should aim to improve the understanding of circuits of the central nervous system by systematically controlling stimuli and/or behavior while actively recording and/or manipulating dynamic patterns of neural activity. Projects can use non-human and human species, and applications should explain how the selected species offers ideal conditions for revealing general principles about the circuit basis of a specific behavior.
Closing date: November 6, 2019; July 1, 2020; November 10, 2020 by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): RFA-NS-18-030
The Harry J Lloyd Charitable Trust invites applications for its research grants. These support melanoma research, with a special focus on screening and prevention. Special consideration is given to projects which involve emerging novel concepts that constitute significant innovation, new investigators in the field of melanoma and prevention and early detection. Three types of grants are available:
- Career development – to support promising young melanoma investigators;
- Basic science – to gain new biological insights into melanoma development or progression;
- Translational research – to fund clinically important melanoma research.
Max. $125,000 per year. No INDI coverage.
Closing date: November 1, 2019, by 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time
Alzheimer's Disease Research Grants
Scope: The goal of the program is to accelerate our understanding of the biological mechanisms underlying Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias as well as innovative approaches to better diagnose, prevent or delay the progress of the disease. Preference is made for exciting pilot projects that would not, at their present stage, be competitive for large government or industry awards. Typically, these awards are made to early stage investigators, or to more established investigators who are proposing particularly innovative research.
For researchers who have already generated some amount of preliminary data, but are often required to demonstrate additional, significant progress before they can apply to governmental or industrial funding agencies.
Budget: $100,000 per year/ up to 3 years.
Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards
Postdoctoral fellowship awards are intended for young researchers in their final stages of mentored training. These awards fund projects in an established laboratory that will serve as the basis for the applicant's own independent research career.
Budget: $100,000 per year/ up to 2 years.
Eligibility: Fellowships are limited to researchers within 5 years of doctoral degree conferral (or end of residency). All other applicants are encouraged to apply for a standard award.
Closing date: November 4, 2019, by 5:00 p.m. EST (Washington, D.C.)
Scope: Preference is made for exciting pilot projects that would not, at their present stage, be competitive for large government or industry awards. Please note that applicants to the NGR program are encouraged to apply for funding to create tools that would benefit all investigators in the field, including animal models of disease, or cell lines. While prior awardees are welcome to submit new proposals following the conclusion of the previously-sponsored project, the new proposals should not be extensions of the prior project. Additionally, Postdoctoral Fellows may be listed as Co-Principal Investigator.
Closing date: November 8, 2019, by 5:00 p.m. EST (Washington, D.C.)
These awards provide established researchers with funds to generate sufficient preliminary data to become competitive for funds from other sources, such as the National Institutes of Health. Projects must be relevant to inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis.
Applicant Eligibility: Applicant must hold an MD and/or PhD (or equivalent degree) and must be employed by an institution (public non-profit, private non-profit, or government) that is engaged in health care and/or health-related research. He/she must have attained independence from his/her mentor.
Budget: Total maximum award per year: $115,830 (subject to annual progress report approval).
- Direct Costs: up to $105,300 per year
- Indirect Costs: 10% of direct costs, or up to $10,530
- Duration of Award: One to Three Years
Closing date: Letter of Intent Due: November 5th, 5:00 pm EST; Full Application Due: January 28th, 5:00 pm EST