Aktuella utlysningar, vecka 37, 2022
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Svenska och nordiska utlysningar
Nu är ansökan om 2022 års forskningsanslag från Barndiabetesfonden öppen.
Barndiabetesfonden lägger fortsatt ökad vikt vid forskning som specifikt rör typ 1-diabetes eftersom det är den vanligaste formen som drabbar barn och ungdom.
Closing date: October 15 2022
Forskningsmedel – Fonden för Psykisk Hälsa
Stödjer forskning inom psykologi och psykiatri. Forskningsmedel kan sökas av registrerade doktorander som har genomfört halvtidskontroll eller till postdoktorala forskare inom fem år från disputation.
Fonden samarbetar också med Suicide Zero som avsätter särskilda medel som riktar sig till unga forskare verksamma inom området suicid och suicidprevention.
Closing date: October 15 2022
Forskningsmedel – Stiftelsen Samariten
Stiftelsen bidrar till att utveckla vården för barn genom att stödja vetenskaplig forskning och undervisning. Stiftelsen utdelar fondmedel till forskningsprojekt och undervisning främst inom den medicinska barnavården. Anslagen avser framför allt att stödja nyetablerade projekt med hög klinisk relevans för pediatrik och som saknar stöd från stora anslagsgivare såsom Vetenskapsrådet, Barncancerfonden, EU etc.
Closing date: October 17 2022
AIDA Clinical fellowships - Medtech4Health
Enable health care staff to expand their knowledge in artificial intelligence-based methods in imaging diagnostics. Grants are worth up to 50 per cent of costs for project proposals of between SEK 200,000 and SEK 400,000.
Closing date: November 1 2022
India – initiation grants for internationalisation Swedish Foundation for International Cooperation in Research and Higher Education (STINT)
Grants are given for the implementation of short-term projects targeting the building of new and strategically interesting international relationships. The principal collaborating party shall be based in India. Grants are worth up to SEK 150,000 over one year.
Closing date: November 8 2022
Collaborative projects for better health – Swelife and Medtech4Health
Supports innovation projects in collaboration with potential to contribute to improved prevention, diagnosis, monitoring or treatment. The projects must have a significant need and demand for the solution from the end user. The aim is to promote renewal and innovation for a more value-creating healthcare and increase growth in the life science sector in Sweden.
Consortia consisting of at least two different actors from from healthcare, companies, academia, research institutes and actors in the idea-driven sector may apply.
Funding is worth between SEK 500 000 - SEK 3 million per project and covers up to 50 per cent of the projects budget.
Closing date: November 16 2022
Sigbrith Björkelunds Stiftelse
Sigbrith Björkelunds Stiftelse delar ut bidrag till kvinnliga forskare vid Karolinska Institutet eller Uppsala Universitet verksamma inom områdena neurologi, psykiatri eller hjärt-kärlsjukdomar. Stiftelsens bidrag avser i första hand att finansiera kostnader i samband med vistelse vid forskningsinstitution utanför Sverige, bidrag som på annat sätt stödjer mottagarens forskningsarbete kan även komma i fråga.
Mottagare ska ha avlagt läkarexamen och antingen befinna sig i senare delen av utbildningen på forskarnivå eller ha avlagt doktorsexamen under de fem senaste åren.
För utdelning 2023 avser Stiftelsen att lämna ett eller flera bidrag om vardera högst 200 000 kronor.
Closing date: December 31, 2022
Educational travel grants - European Society for Vascular Surgery
The European Society for Vascular Surgery invites applications for its educational travel grants. These support training in a particular technique or study of a research project in vascular surgery at a host institution. Applicants must be European trainee or full members of the society and must not yet have started their placement. A total of 10 grants, worth up to €3,000 each, are available annually. This call is repeated 2 times a year.
Closing date: 30 September 2022
Keynote lectures - European Molecular Biology Organisation
The European Molecular Biology Organisation invites applications for its keynote lecture grants. These enable organisers of major international scientific meetings to invite a EMBO member to give a keynote lecture.
Applications should be made by the meeting organisers.
Awards are worth up to €1,000 for European meetings and up to €2,000 for international meetings, to cover travel, accommodation and subsistence costs. Funding will be provided for one EMBO member per meeting, which must take place in a member state. Applicants should apply at least four months prior to the meeting. Deadlines on: 1 October 2022, 1 February 2023, 1 June 2023, and repeated annually.
Closing date: 01 October 2022
FEBS/IUBMB/ENABLE symposium hosting grants - Federation of European Biochemical Societies
The Federation of European Biomedical Societies, in collaboration with the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the core research institutes of ENABLE, invites applications to host the FEBS/IUBMB/ENABLE 2023 and 2024 conferences. This enables academic institutions in organising the FEBS/IUBMB/ENABLE 2023 and 2024 conference by putting PhD and postdoctoral students in charge of the organisation of the event.
Applying institutions must have a strong research background in molecular life sciences in Europe and have an active PhD community.
The budget is €65,000.
Closing date: 01 October 2022 (Forecast)
ESMO preceptorship on immuno-oncology Zurich - European Society for Medical Oncology
The European Society for Medical Oncology invites applications for its preceptorship on immuno-oncology grants. This supports oncologists attending the society’s preceptorship on immuno-oncology training, to be hosted in Zurich, Switzerland from 16 to 17 December 2022.
Members of the society from all over the world may apply, however it is primarily aimed at oncologists based in Europe.
Grants cover registration and hotel accommodation. In addition, a travel grant worth up to €600 is available.
Closing date: 05 October 2022
Deadline Information Applications due by 11.59pm.
Young investigator awards for research in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases - European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
The European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases invites nominations for its young investigator awards for research in clinical microbiology and infectious diseases. These acknowledge excellence in research and stimulate further research at the highest scientific level. Research must be based on laboratory investigations, clinical trials or studies, animal studies or a combination thereof.
Only self-nominations are accepted. Applicants must have a valid ESCMID membership. Postdoctoral researchers must be no longer than eight years post-graduation. Those with MD or MD/PhDs must be no longer than five years from completion of clinical training.
Up to four awards are available, each worth €5,000.
Closing date: 12 October 2022
COMING SOON: BJA-ESAIC early-career grants - European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care
The next call is expected to open on 15 September 2022. The following information is subject to change.
The European Society of Anaesthesiology and the British Journal of Anaesthesia invite applications for their early-career grants. These support research projects in the field of anaesthesia carried out by early-career investigators.
Two grants, worth €60,000 each, are available.
Closing date: 17 October 2022 (Forecast)
Research fellowship - United European Gastroenterology
The United European Gastroenterology invites applications for its research fellowship. This enables a researcher to spend 12 months working with a renowned European principal investigator on an extensive research project. Candidates may carry out research they cannot do in their home institution and build their network and learn new research skills.
Applicants must be clinical or basic researchers specialised in digestive diseases, have completed their PhD no longer than three years ago or be in gastroenterology, hepatology or surgery training or have completed it within the last three years, have significant research experience and reside in Europe or the Mediterranean area. Candidates must approach a principal investigator who will host them. The hosting PI must be based in Europe or the Mediterranean area and must not be based in the fellow’s country of residence.
The fellowship is worth €50,000 for one year.
Closing date: 22 October 2022 (Forecast)
Biomedical research project grants - Motor Neurone Disease Association
The Motor Neurone Disease Association invites summary applications for its biomedical research project grants. These support research aimed at understanding the causes of motor neurone disease, elucidating disease mechanisms and facilitating the translation of therapeutic strategies from the laboratory to the clinic. Grants support single pieces of work designed to answer a single question or a small group of related questions.
Applicants can be based outside the UK and the Republic of Ireland provided the project is unique in concept or design, namely no similar research is being performed in the UK, and involves an aspect of collaboration with a UK institute.
Funding is worth up to £95,000 per year for non-London institutes and up to £100,000 per year for London institutes for up to three years.
Closing date: 28 October 2022
Federal Funding agencies
NIDCR Small Research Grants for Oral Health Data Analysis and Statistical Methodology Development (R03 Clinical Trial Not Allowed): NIH
This FOA supports two types of meritorious research projects: 1) secondary data analyses using existing databases relevant to dental, oral, or craniofacial health or practice; and/or 2) development of statistical methodology necessary for improving methods to analyze existing dental, oral, or craniofacial health data. Priority will be given to studies that address causality between risk factors and the dental, oral, or craniofacial health outcome(s) of interest. Hypothesis-generating research in the absence of hypothesis testing will be considered for funding only if carefully described and justified. Studies simply describing correlations or associations between risk factors and dental, oral, or craniofacial health, especially when such associations have been demonstrated previously, are of lower program priority.
Deadline: October 16, 2022. Applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): PAR-22-160 (R03)
Bioengineering Research Grants (BRG) (R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed): NIH
The goal of the bioengineering research grant (BRG) program is to foster development of innovative technologies, methods, tools, models or designs (for brevity, here onwards referred to as tools) that have the potential for significant impact on biomedical research by infusing principles and concepts from quantitative sciences. The purpose of this FOA is to encourage BRG applications that: 1) apply a multidisciplinary approach to solve biomedical problems; and 2) develop, integrate, optimize, validate, translate or accelerate adoption of promising tools, methods, and techniques for a specific research or clinical problem in basic, translational, and/or clinical science and practice. A BRG application may propose design-directed, developmental, discovery-driven, or hypothesis-driven research and the FOA is appropriate for small teams applying an integrative approach to increase our understanding of and solve problems in biological, clinical, or translational science.
Deadline: October 31, 2022. Applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): PAR-22-242 (R01)
Elucidation and Validation of the role of Transporters in the Placenta, Lactating Mammary Gland, Developing Gut, and Blood Brain Barrier (UC2 Clinical Trial Not Allowed): NIH
This Funding Opportunity Announcement invites applications to form Transporter Elucidation Centers (TECs) as part of a Transporter Elucidation Network (TEN). TECs funded by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) will address key knowledge gaps in functional transport of nutrients and drugs to the developing fetus and infant through a focus on human placenta, lactating mammary gland, and developing gut. Such projects may necessitate deorphanization and characterization of understudied transporters and functional variants. TECs funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) will address knowledge gaps in the role of transporters in the blood brain barrier that transport substances and treatment agents relevant to NIDA. TECs will work together to generate knowledge and resources that will be shared with the broader research community to advance our understanding of nutrient, drug, and dietary supplement constituent transport to the developing fetus and infant.
Deadline: November 30, 2022. Applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): RFA-HD-23-003 (UC2)
Research grant, Comparative Effectiveness of Multimodal Interventions to Prevent Osteoporotic Fractures, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), US
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute invites letters of intent for its call on comparative effectiveness of multimodal interventions to prevent osteoporotic fractures. This supports comparative effectiveness research projects that focus on multimodal interventions to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis and a history of a fracture. Proposed studies should compare the effectiveness of pharmacological and non-pharmacological combination interventions. Studies should focus on post-menopausal women and on men with osteoporosis and a history of fracture. Applicants should consider the following outcomes: fractures, validated measures of pain and functional status, functional independence, institutionalization, quality of life, and other outcomes important to clinician and patient shared decision making.
Budget: Funds available up to $30,000,000 USD (total direct costs $10,000,000) for projects up to 5 years. Indirect costs are set to a maximum of 10%.
Deadline: LOI - 4th October 2022, Full Application - 10th January 2023.
Research grant, Telehealth to Optimize Management of Multiple Chronic Conditions among Vulnerable Populations in Primary Care, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), US
The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) is seeking to fund high-quality, comparative clinical effectiveness research (CER) projects that focus on different approaches to incorporating access to and use of telehealth to optimize management of multiple chronic conditions in primary care, particularly among vulnerable populations. This Targeted PCORI Funding Announcement is soliciting applications that respond to the following question: What is the comparative clinical effectiveness of different approaches to incorporating access to and use of telehealth to optimize management of multiple chronic conditions in primary care, particularly among vulnerable populations?
Budget: Funds available up to $50,000,000 (total direct costs $10,000,000) for projects up to 5 years. Indirect costs are set to a maximum of 10%.
Deadline: LOI - 4th October 2022, Full Application - 10th January 2023.
Career development programme, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, US
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society invites applications for its career development programme. This supports scientists in researching questions of direct relevance to haematological malignancies and pre-malignant conditions. The programme offers the opportunity to take part in basic, clinical or translational research. The following awards are available based on the applicants level of experience:
Scholar Award. Eligibility: You should hold an independent, tenure-track faculty-level position and must have substantial research support awarded from a national agency. Budget: Grants are worth $120,000 per year for 5 years. Indirect costs cannot exceed 5% of the total award amount requested in the proposal. Expenditures for laboratory costs/equipment, travel, etc. are not permitted.
Scholar in Clinical Research Award. Eligibility: You must hold an independent faculty-level appointment and conduct independent clinical research. The research should be related to your clinical activities and must directly involve patients. You are expected to have support for your research from another source. Budget: Grants are worth $125,000 per year for 5 years. Indirect costs as above.
Special Fellow. Eligibility: You must be a highly qualified postdoctoral fellow or instructor who has between 3 and 5 years of postdoctoral research training by the award start date. You must be in a mentored research position, continuing a research program of direct relevance to hematologic malignancies and/or relevant pre-malignant conditions. Budget: Grants are worth $75,000 per year for 2-3 years. Indirect costs cannot exceed 5% of the total award amount requested in the proposal, up to $3,750 per year.
Fellow. Eligibility: You must be a highly qualified postdoctoral fellow or instructor who has between 3 and 5 years of postdoctoral research training by the award start date. You must be in a mentored research position, continuing a research program of direct relevance to hematologic malignancies and/or relevant pre-malignant conditions. Budget: Grants are worth $70,000 per year for 2-3 years. Indirect costs cannot exceed 5% of the total award amount requested in the proposal, up to $3,500 per year.
Deadline: 1st November 2022.
Research Fellowship awards, American Association of Cancer Research (AACR), US
The AACR are offering two fellowship grants designed to support postdoctoral and clinical researchers establish a career path within the field of cancer research:
Exelixis renal cell carcinoma research fellowship
The American Association for Cancer Research, in collaboration with Exelixis, invites applications for its renal cell carcinoma research fellowship. This supports postdoctoral or clinical research fellows in conducting renal cell carcinoma research and establishing a successful career path in this field. The proposed research may be basic, translational, clinical or epidemiological in nature and must have direct applicability and relevance to renal cell carcinoma.
Eligibility: Eligible candidates must be in a mentored position with the title of postdoctoral fellow, clinical research fellow or the equivalent. They must have completed their most recent doctoral degree within the past five years. Budget: Grants are worth $120,000 over 2 years, indirect costs are not covered.
Deadline: Full application – 19th October, 2022.
AACR/John and Elizabeth Leonard Family Foundation basic cancer research fellowship
The American Association for Cancer Research invites applications for the John and Elizabeth Leonard Family Foundation basic cancer research fellowship. This supports postdoctoral and clinical research fellows in establishing a career in cancer research. Projects may be in any area of basic cancer research.
Eligibility: Applicants must have received their doctoral degree in a relevant field no more than three years before the application, must hold a mentored position at an academic, medical or research institution and be members of the association. Budget: Grants are worth $120,000 over 2 years, indirect costs are not covered.
Deadline: LOI – 21st October, 2022. Full Application – 31st January, 2023.