OPORTUNIDADES DE FINANCIAMIENTO
La Oficina de Investigación del Instituto de Medicina Tropical Alexander von Humboldt pone a su disposición la siguiente información sobre Oportunidades de Financiamiento.
25 JANUARY 2023 AT 13:00 (CET)
The Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS) offers project grants for pluri-disciplinary research teams. The project grants run for two years and range from 100’000 to 300’000 Swiss Francs. Project proposals by eligible institutions (Universities, Universities of Applied Science, Universities of Teacher Education) must qualify as:
International studies: The SNIS adopts an inclusive understanding of International studies. Therefore, research in international studies concerns issues that are pluri-disciplinary, relevant to the international agenda, and for which international cooperation is required to produce policy-relevant outputs. Issues may combine political, economic, social, environmental, historical, legal, health, scientific, and development dimensions of complex societal questions.
Pluri-disciplinary: The SNIS supports pluri-disciplinary projects in the social sciences and pluri-disciplinary projects that combine natural and social science.
Please note: The collaboration with International Organizations and NGOs is now part of the eligibility criteria.
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Thematically, submissions can be made in one of the following sections:
General Call: In any area of International Studies as defined above.
Special theme 2023: Multiple and interlocked threats to human - centered development: innovative approaches and governance mechanisms for prevention and mitigation.
The full Call 2023 is also available as a pdf document: SNIS Call 2023.pdf
NEW Submission deadline: 25 January 2023 at 13:00h (CET)
Submit your pre-proposal on our website.
Global Infectious Disease Research Training (GID)
Status: Accepting applications
Planning Grant for Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D71 Clinical Trials Not Allowed) (PAR-19-362)
Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D43 Clinical Trial Optional) (PAR-21-120)
- Letter of intent due dates (optional, non-binding): 30 days before the application due dates
- Upcoming application due dates for D71 (PAR-19-362): October 28, 2022
- Upcoming application due dates for D43 (PAR-21-120): August 3, 2022; August 3, 2023
- Country eligibility for Fogarty international training grants
- Applicant institutions may submit more than one application, provided that each application is scientifically distinct.
- Eligibility: Planning Grant for Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D71)
- Applications may only be submitted by foreign institutions in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), as defined by the World Bank Classification system .
- Foreign applicants should apply in collaboration with U.S. institutions and must name an individual in the proposed institutions as the major collaborator.
- See full D71 Eligibility Information for more details.
- Eligibility: Global Infectious Disease Research Training Program (D43)
- U.S. institutions with a demonstrated collaboration with a researcher at a LMIC institution may apply.
Foreign institutions in LMICs may also apply.
- Applicant institution must have robust and high-quality research ongoing in the areas proposed.
- See full D43 Eligibility Information for more details.
The Global Infectious Disease (GID) research training program addresses research training needs related to infectious diseases that are predominantly endemic in or impact upon people living in developing countries. The training programs include a variety of research training options to match the needs of the developing country institution. Program focus on a major endemic or life-threatening emerging infectious disease, neglected tropical disease, infections that frequently occur as a co-infection in HIV infected individuals, or infections associated with noncommunicable disease conditions of public health importance in LMICs. The ultimate goal is to build a critical mass of researchers and support staff to conduct independent infectious disease research in developing country institutions.
Training programs may include:
- Long-term (master's or doctoral degree and other training that is six months or longer) training for the full range of skills necessary to support research and research administration with the understanding that the focus of thesis and training-related research will be in their country.
- Medium-term (three- to up to six-months) training or mentoring, including specialized clinical, laboratory, research or administrative/business skills necessary to support research that is planned or ongoing.
- Short-term (less than three months) training or mentoring that focuses on research methodology, laboratory skills necessary to support research ethics and compliance issues, program and grants administration and financial management, grant writing, preparation of scientific manuscripts, data management, informatics, and other relevant areas.
- Institutional capacity-building efforts such as in-country training workshops in advanced research techniques, distance learning and informatics.
- Advanced in-country mentored research undertaken by the trainee in their home country upon completion of his/her initial period of long-term training under the program.
Starting with 2019 application deadlines, D71 planning grants are eligible for up to two years of support, with increased funds for training resources, including faculty strengthening activities; development of advanced course and training resources; and training program evaluation.
View a full list of Global Infectious Diseases (GID) Research Training grant awards by institution.
The D43 announcement is issued by Fogarty in collaboration with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
PAR-22-109: Difusión e Implementación de la Investigación en Salud (R21 Ensayo Clínico Opcional) (nih.gov)
NOT-AI-22-072: Notice of Special Interest (NOSI): Opportunities for HIV Cure Interventions at the Time of ART Initiation (nih.gov)
Global Development Awards
recognize excellence in policy-oriented research, supports research capacity development of researchers in low- and middle-income countries, and funds innovative social development projects benefiting marginalized groups in the developing world.
Application deadline: November 14, 2022
Sabin Vaccine Institute’s Vaccine Acceptance & Demand (VAD) is accepting proposals for its Social & Behavioral Research Grants program focusing on recovering lost gains in childhood immunizations, building effective adult immunization programs, and operationalizing the WHO Behavioral and Social Drivers (BeSD) framework.
Application deadline: October 31, 2022
Gates Cambridge Scholarships in Medicine and Life Sciences
We have a posting on Trialect (a U.S Inc.) soliciting applications for The Gates Cambridge Scholarships in Medicine and Life Sciences. There are separate tracks for US and Non- US Scholars. We are reaching out to see if your colleagues or students would be interested, as the deadline is fast approaching. The details can be perused at:
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