Current calls, week 8, 2022
Tips from Grants Office regarding current calls
Swedish and Nordic calls
Research grants - Linnéa och Josef Carlssons Stiftelse
Support scientific research aimed at preventing, combating and alleviating diseases, developmental disorders and injuries of a disabling nature in children and adolescents with neurological disabilities. Grants are worth up to SEK 1 million.
Closing date: 31 March 2022
Research grants - Skandinaviska forskningsstiftelsen för åderbråck och vensjukdomar
Support research in varicose veins or other venous diseases. Grants amount to a total of SEK 300,000 and can be applied for in full or in parts.
Closing date: 31 March 2022
Children’s and young people’s mental health project grant – Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte)
Supports research to increasing knowledge about children’s and young people’s mental health. Funding may last between two to four years.
Closing date: 5 April 2022
Joint call on health and welfare of ageing populations in Sweden and India – Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (Forte)
This call aims to promote joint research between India and Sweden and increase knowledge about ageing in both countries. Projects may last for a minimum of two years and a maximum of three years.
Closing date: 7 April 2022
SSF Industrial Doctoral Student 2022 – The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF)
The purpose of the program is to contribute to needs-driven excellent research within SSF’s areas of activity, to foster cross-fertilization between academia and industry and to contribute to the training of strategically relevant and industrially competitive PhD:s.
The grant provides funding for research and postgraduate studies within natural science, engineering, or medicine for an industrial doctoral student, in collaboration between industry and academia. Two qualified persons shall serve as supervisors for the doctoral student during the entire grant period – one at a higher education institution (HEI) and one at a company. The supervisors shall be well established within their respective organizations. The two supervisors in unity constitute the steering group for the project. SSF intends to fund 12 projects of SEK 2.5 million each (including indirect costs).
Closing date: 19 May 2022
Sök Prins Daniels forskningsanslag för yngre lovande forskare
Varje år delar Hjärt-Lungfonden ut ett stort anslag på 6 miljoner kronor till yngre lovande forskare och banbrytande svensk hjärt- och lungforskning. Forskning vars resultat ska ge fler människor ett längre och friskare liv. År 2021 tilldelades anslaget docent André Nyberg vid Umeå universitet för sin forskning om högintensiv intervallträning som behandling vid lungsjukdomen KOL. Nu öppnar vi för ansökningar till årets anslag.
Ansökan till Prins Daniels forskningsanslag är öppen under perioden 15 februari t.o.m. den 15 mars 2022. Vid utvärderingen kommer forskningsprojektets originalitet och sannolika kliniska betydelse värderas extra högt.
För mer information om anslaget och ansökningsförfarandet, nå oss på Hjärt-Lungfonden eller kontakta vår forskningsavdelning på firstname.lastname@example.org eller telefon 08-566 24 220.
KI Respiration and Circulation Network Scientific Meeting Grants 2022-2023
KIRCNET hereby invites applications from PhD students, post-doc researchers and junior PI and faculty for the reimbursement of registration cost to attend either online or onsite scientific meetings in Cardiovascular and Respiratory fields.
The Swedish Bank Research Foundation (Bankforskningsinstitutet, BFI)
The Swedish Bank Research Foundation awards scholarships especially for PhD-students, carrying out high-quality academic research on financial institutions and markets.
Call for scholarship applications 2022:
Individual scholarships for PhD students to cover living cost and related research expenses for up to one year at a time.
Individual scholarships for post-doc researchers can in exceptional cases also be considered.
Applicants who have received a scholarship can be considered for supplementary grants to cover costs of special research expenses that are essential to a particular project as well as travel grants. Applications for these grants are made on a separate form.
The size of the grants for academic year 2022/2023 will be determined by the foundation's board of directors at its spring meeting.
Applications for grants must be submitted by e-mail to email@example.com not later than Thursday April 7, 2022. Please included the application form, an updated CV and, if available, your research papers.
A letter of recommendation should be sent directly by the advisor to firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline.
Application forms are available on the web.
Further information on the grants provided by Professor Clas Bergström, e-mail: Clas.Bergstrom@hhs.se
Young investigator programme - European Molecular Biology Organisation
The European Molecular Biology Organisation invites applications for its young investigator programme. This supports junior group leaders in the field of life sciences.
Applications are accepted from candidates who:
•have been an independent group leader for at least one year at the pre-application deadline and less than four years on 1 January in the year of application;
•work in the life sciences in a European Molecular Biology Conference member state, associate member state or co-operating partner country;
•have obtained sufficient funding to run their laboratory;
•have published at least one last author research paper in an international peer reviewed journal;
Awards are worth €15,000 each paid to investigators in their second year. Investigators may also apply for small grants of up to €10,000 per year.
Closing Date: 31 March 2022
Brain, mind and pain grant - Pain Alliance Europe
Pain Alliance Europe, with support from Boston Scientific, Janssen Pharmaceutica NV and Grünenthal, invites applications for its brain, mind and pain grant. This supports projects that will help improve the quality of life of people living with brain, mind and pain conditions. The theme of this call is prevention on self-management, with a focus on healthy sleep for people living with brain, mind and pain conditions. The objectives are to:
•increase awareness of the challenges faced by people living with BMP conditions and how they should be treated;
•prevent such conditions;
•innovate and improve access to new treatments and interventions;
•develop or implement self-management education;
•decrease stigma towards BMP conditions.
Natural persons and organisations based and operating in Europe may apply. Partnerships between natural persons, non-profits, educational institutions and commercial organisations are encouraged.
The budget is €60,000 for one or more projects
Closing Date: 30 March 2022
Cancer research award - Dr Josef Steiner Cancer Foundation
The Dr Josef Steiner Cancer Foundation invites applications for its cancer research award. This supports young investigators involved in projects related to the translation of new basic or theoretical insights into clinical applications, within basic or clinical cancer research.
Applicants should typically be 40 years or less, and able to provide the infrastructure needed to carry out the proposed project. Priority is given to applications from scientists based within European institutions.
Funding is worth up to CHF 1 million over four years, and may cover salaries or project co-investigators or staff, equipment and any other project related costs. A personal prize of CHF 50,000 will be awarded to the successful principal investigator.
Closing Date: 14 April 2022
Research grants - Osteosynthesis and Trauma Care Foundation
The Osteosynthesis and Trauma Care Foundation invites applications for its research grants. These provide trauma surgeons and basic scientists with seed and start-up funding for promising research projects in the field of orthopaedic trauma surgery. Both laboratory and clinical projects are suitable, but in either case clinical relevance must be explicitly and clearly described.
A trauma or orthopaedic surgeon must serve as either the principal or co-principal investigator. Non-trauma or non-orthopaedic surgeons, MDs, PhDs or DVMs may serve as the PI or co-PI if they are affiliated with a trauma or orthopaedic department with an orthopaedic surgeon as the co-PI. The PI and co-PI may not apply for funding as long as a previous grant has not been completed and the final reports submitted.
Grants are worth up to USD 50,000 over a maximum of two years.
Closing Date: 14 April 2022
Federal Funding agencies
Microbial-based Cancer Imaging and Therapy - Bugs as Drugs (R01, R21, Clinical Trial Not Allowed), NIH
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) solicits grant applications proposing to utilize bacteria, archaebacteria, bacteriophages, or other non-oncolytic viruses and their natural products to study the underlying mechanisms of the complex interactions between microorganisms, tumors, and the immune system, and to explore their clinical potential for cancer imaging, therapeutics or diagnostics. Projects can focus on using microorganisms as anti-tumor agents, as activators of anti-tumor immunity, or as delivery vehicles for treatment, diagnosis, or imaging, complementing or synergizing with existing tools and approaches. This FOA will support basic mechanistic and preclinical studies in cell culture and animal models. Applicants are encouraged to address both the microbial and tumor aspects of microbial tumor interactions relevant to microbial-based cancer therapy (including therapies for oral cancer), tumor imaging, tumor detection, or diagnosis.
This funding opportunity is part of a broader NCI-sponsored research on microbial based cancer therapy.
Deadline: Standard dates apply until May 8, 2025. All applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): PAR-22-085 (R01); PAR-22-086 (R21).
In utero Treatments of Congenital Dental and Craniofacial Disorders Using Precision Medicine Approaches (R01 Clinical Trial Not Allowed), NIH
This FOA is intended to support research to accelerate the development of treatments for congenital dental and craniofacial diseases and conditions. The FOA invites applications for projects that will use precision medicine approaches in animal models to develop in utero treatments for congenital dental and craniofacial diseases and conditions. It is anticipated that successful treatments can arrest, ameliorate, or cure the diseases or conditions of interest. The long-term goal is to lay the groundwork for delivery of in utero therapies and cures in humans affected by congenital dental and craniofacial diseases and conditions as well as other diseases and conditions that share similar disease etiologies.
Deadline: June 14, 2022. All applications are due by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA): RFA-DE-23-004 (R01); RFA-DE-23-005 (R21).
Postdoctoral fellowships & Research Grants- National PKU Alliance, US
The National PKU Alliance invites applications for its postdoctoral fellowships. These promote and encourage phenylketonuria-related research by young investigators. The aim is to close the existing gaps in the knowledge and science of PKU and further support existing PKU-related projects.
Fellowships are worth up to USD 60,000 per year for two years.
The average research grant award is $150,000; however exceptional applications may be funded
at a higher amount if the budget request is justified. Initial grants are awarded for one year with
potential of renewal based on progress made during the first year. In addition, the Alliance supports
some strategic projects on an on-going basis.
Deadline: Full proposals should be received no later than May 1, 2022. Award notices will be given by August 1, 2022 with funding to begin on September 1, 2022.
New investigator research grants - Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation, US
The Desmoid Tumor Research Foundation invites applications for its new investigator research grants. This supports early-stage research that explores new approaches to advance the current scientific knowledge about desmoid tumours, resulting in the development of new treatment options and finding cure. The grant is up to $30,000 USD per year, and the grant term can be 1 to 3 years.
Deadline: May 1, 2022, 11:59PM EST
Research Grants- PCDH19 Alliance, US
The PCDH19 Alliance invites applications for its research grants. These support research on the expression of the PDCH19 gene, the function of the PCDH19 protein and finding treatments and a cure for PCDH19 epilepsy. The aim is for projects to receive further funding from government or other funding agencies.
Grants are worth between USD 25,000 and USD 75,000 each for one year. The number of awards is contingent on the availability of funds.
Deadline: May 1, 2022.