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Aktuella utlysningar, vecka 42, 2017

Publicerat 2017-10-17 09:44. Uppdaterat 2017-10-17 13:46

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Svenska och nordiska anslag

Inga-Britt Lindström grant award

Swedish Association of Occupational Therapists | Sveriges Arbetsterapeuter

Supports the development of occupational therapy in the applicant’s native country. The grant is worth SEK 10,000 per year. 

Closing date: 1 Nov 17

Inga-Britt Lindström grant award 

Collaborative travel awards - Karolinska Institutet 

Support short-term travel related to planning or conducting collaborative interactions. Awards cover housing and transportation costs of visits ranging from one week to three months.

Closing date: 7 Nov 17

Collaborative travel awards - Karolinska Institutet  

Forskarstipendier - Swedish Match

Syftar till att stödja forskning som ökar kunskaperna om fysiska, psykiska och sociala förhållanden hos barn och ungdomar som påverkar deras hälsa och anpassning, eller som hos äldre belyser olika aspekter på fysiska och psykiska förändringar, som är en följd av åldrande. Stipendiet är värt SEK 15,000 per månad under upp till tre år.

Closing date: 31 Dec 17

Forskarstipendier - Swedish Match 

Europeiska anslag

Early-career investigator award – Bayer

Bayer, under its hemophilia awards programme, invites letters of intent for its early-career investigator award. This enables a junior faculty member to undertake a mentored basic or clinical research project in the field of bleeding disorders.

Closing date: 30 Nov 2017

Early-career investigator award – Bayer

Fellowship project award - Bayer

Bayer, under its haemophilia awards programme, invites letters of intent for its fellowship project award. This aims to facilitate the development of clinical and research expertise in the field of haemophilia for applicants who have completed medical training and have an interest in pursuing a career as a haemophilia clinician. The award supports a mentored physician for up to two years, and they are expected to undertake both a research project as well as clinical training.

Closing date: 30 Nov 2017

Fellowship project award - Bayer

Mayo-KI Collaborative Travel Awards

Karolinska Institutet and Mayo Clinic are partners in research, education, administration and innovation. The partnership steering committee is pleased to announce the availability of limited competitive funds for short-term travel by faculty, staff, postdoctoral fellows, students and/or trainees between the partner institutions to plan or conduct collaborative interactions. The Collaborative Travel Award program provides support for transportation and designated housing at the host site for the proposed period of interaction. Visits ranging from one week to three months are envisioned for up to two travelers.

Closing date: 7 Nov 2017

Mayo-KI Collaborative Travel Awards

Transnational access grants - HPC-Europa3

HPC-Europa3 invites applications for its transnational access grants. These enable researchers to visit any one of the nine leading high-performance computing centres in order to improve the quality of their research, while working in collaboration with a scientific researcher from an appropriate local institute.

Closing date: 16 Nov 2017, 28 Feb 2018 and 17 May 2018

Transnational access grants - HPC-Europa3

Scientific lead for Human Brain Project schools - Human Brain Project

The Human Brain Project invites expressions of interest for its call on scientific lead for Human Brain Project schools. This solicits applications from scientific directors who assume the scientific lead for HBP schools. The schools are long teaching formats of five days’ length, which provide young researchers with in-depth teaching in certain research fields.

Closing date: 30 Nov 2017

Scientific lead for Human Brain Project schools - Human Brain Project

Amerikanska anslag

Federal Funding agencies

Blueprint for neuroscience research – dynamic neuroimmune interactions in the transition from normal central nervous system function to disorders (R01)—14 NIH Institutes, US

This supports neuroscience-related research, with the aim of accelerating discoveries and reducing the burden of nervous system disorders. The purpose is to transform the understanding of how dynamic interactions among multiple cell types involved in neuroimmune interactions, such as neurons, glia cells, neurovascular units, or other neuroimmune components, mediate the transition from normal central nervous system (CNS) function to disorder conditions. The call encourages projects that combine diverse expertise and use innovative approaches to address these questions at the molecular, cellular, and circuitry levels.

Closing dates: Letter of intent due November 7, 2017; application due December 7, 2017, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization. 

Blueprint for neuroscience research – dynamic neuroimmune interactions in the transition from normal central nervous system function to disorders (R01)—14 NIH Institutes, US, (FOA):  RFA-AA-18-007

BRAIN initiative – proof of concept development of early stage next generation human brain imaging (R01 – clinical trials not allowed) – 10 NIH Institutes, US

This supports early-stage development of entirely new and novel non-invasive human brain imaging technologies and methods that lead to transformative advances in the understanding of the human brain. This call solicits unusually bold and potentially transformative approaches and supports small scale, proof of concept development based on exceptionally innovative, original and unconventional concepts. Applications may propose early stage development of entirely new concepts for next generation human brain imaging 

Closing dates: Letter of intent due December 20, 2016; application due February 1, 2017, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.

BRAIN initiative – proof of concept development of early stage next generation human brain imaging (R01 – clinical trials not allowed) – 10 NIH Institutes, US, (FOA):  RFA-EB-17-001

Toward a next-generation trauma care capability: foundational research for autonomous, unmanned, and robotics development of medical technologies (FORwARD) award – Department of Defense, US

This supports innovation in the state-of-the-art and basic, foundational, and ground-breaking research in technologies, including biologically-inspired models of cognitive computing, neural networks, environmental sensing and other approaches to adaptive, autonomous inference generation and artificial intelligence in the medical domain to dramatically advance first responder or point of injury trauma care and outcomes. Applications must address one of the following topic areas:

• autonomous and unmanned medical capability – Identify novel ideas, approaches and research towards the conceptualisation of autonomous and unmanned technologies for next-generation, high-quality medical capabilities with limited or absent medical care personnel, or personnel with limited skills;

• medical robotics research – Identify novel ideas, approaches and research towards the conceptualisation of medical robotics and real-time tele-presence capabilities exploring the limits of machine perception for tele-robotic semi-autonomous and autonomous trauma care within remote and dispersed geographic settings.

Closing dates: Pre-applications due by 5pm ET, 20 November 2017; applications due by 11.59pm ET, 5 February 2018.

Toward a next-generation trauma care capability: foundational research for autonomous, unmanned, and robotics development of medical technologies (FORwARD) award – Department of Defense, US (FOA):  W81XWH-17-MSISRP-FOR

Foundations

Healthy minds for adolescent mothers – achieving healthy outcomes for the family -- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, US

This seeks bold ideas that meet the mental health needs of the poorest and most vulnerable adolescent and young mothers. Projects should have innovative approaches that leverage technology, social groups and social media to develop the skills and protective factors necessary to successfully navigate life, transition to motherhood, and early detection and treatment of mental health disorders. Funding for seed and transition-to-scale projects will be considered.

Closing date:  8 NOV 2017 - 11:30AM PST

Healthy minds for adolescent mothers – achieving healthy outcomes for the family -- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, US 

Established investigator academic-industry partnership awards - Melanoma Research Alliance, US

These aim to enhance translational melanoma research by extending academic capabilities to clinical investigations and to facilitate interactions between the academic and industrial research sectors. Projects must be supported by preliminary data. The special emphasis areas are:

•addressing treatment failures or difficult-to-treat disease, which may include rare melanoma subtypes or metastatic brain disease, by undertaking studies leading to new targets and rational treatment approaches;

•informing logical and optimal combination therapies, therapeutic sequences, or treatment regimens, including defining dose or duration of targeted an immunotherapies;

•developing markers of response, resistance, or risk of recurrence or death in early stage disease to improve clinical decision-making and speed the development of new melanoma therapies in the neoadjuvant, adjuvant, or advanced setting;

•identifying new targets, treatments, or biomarkers by leveraging data, including clinical, genomics, and immunologic, that may include the study of exceptional responders or non-responders.

PIs must hold a full-time faculty appointment at the level of assistant professor or equivalent or above at an academic or other non-profit research institution within or outside the US. Industry scientists may serve as co-investigators or collaborators, but may not be PIs.

Awards are worth up to USD 100,000 per year for two to three years. This must be matched or exceeded by industry funds or in-kind support.

Closing dates: November 17, 2017

Established investigator academic-industry partnership awards --- Melanoma Research Alliance US 

ACLAM foundation research grants -- American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, US

These support the expansion of the body of knowledge in the fields of laboratory animal science and medicine. Proposals may be made in the following subjects:

  • analgesia and anaesthesia;
  • animal behaviour and well-being;
  • diagnostics and diseases;
  • husbandry;
  • refinement of animal models;
  • zoonotic disease.

The principal investigator must hold a doctoral level degree such as a DVM or VMD, MD, DDS, PhD or equivalent. However, in the husbandry area an investigator with a BS, MS or a technologist certificate by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science may apply. Investigators from outside the US are encouraged to apply but are asked to contact the foundation director first.

Closing dates: Letter of intent due Nov. 30, 2017 at 5:00 pm EST: full application due Mar. 8, 2018 at 5:00 pm EST

ACLAM foundation research grants -- American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, US 

Postdoctoral fellowships for basic scientists -- Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, US

These enable young scientists to study at major research institutions. Applicants must be within five years of receiving their PhD and they should be able to identify a supervisor for their research. Both US and international applicants are eligible.

Fellowships are worth US$42,500 for a one-year period. An additional research allowance of US$5,000 may be used to pay for such items as books, training courses, travel costs or a computer. Fellows may competitively reapply for continued funding for a total of three years of support.

Closing date: Call has not yet been announced by funder, but this is the approximate deadline we expect. Letters of intent invited between 10 October and 27 November 2016; invited full applications due by 12 February 2017. 

Postdoctoral fellowships for basic scientists -- Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, US

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