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There are several funding opportunities for developing new, or expanding existing, research infrastructures within Horizon 2020.
Call identifier: H2020-JTI-IMI2-2017-12-TWO-STAGE (deadlines: 26 October 2017 & 16 May 2018)
Overview of future topics in The Innovative Medicines Initiative. The calls are expected to be published sometime in November 2017 and the deadlines are expected around February and March 2018.
The call seeks intervention projects combining clinical data and health data in existing registries and/or biobanks.
The work program for 2018-2020 in the Health programme in HORIZON2020 is now published. The second deadline is on April 18th 2018 for several calls.
The environment support (miljøstøtte) aims to strengthen research on health promotion and preventive public health
COST Actions provide funding for European Research network activities. The coming Collection Date is 25 April 2018.
Funding for Researcher Projects, Young Research Talents, FRIPRO Mobility Grants and Support for Event
NORPART (Norwegian Partnership Programme for Global Academic Cooperation) supports academic partnerships and student mobility with an emphasis on Master and PhD level between higher education institutions in Norway and selected developing countries.
ERC Starting Grants are awarded to experienced research leaders, with a ten year excellent track record.
Innovative Training Networks (MSCA-ITN-2019) deadline is 15th January 2019.
The EEA Grants and Norway Grants support projects through 150 programmes.
In order to find relevant funding opportunities, you need to consult what is funded in your country. Each beneficiary country, in agreement with the donor countries, has chosen a set of programmes that provide grants to projects.
There are 7 application types at FRIPRO. The application types have different purposes and target different groups of applicants. For FRIPRO Toppforsk, Researcher Project, Young Research Talents and FRIPRO mobility grant, the focus is on the research and the researcher. These projects vary in size, last up to four years (exactly three years for FRIPRO mobility grant) and each application type can be seen as a stage in a researcher's career. Personal Overseas Research Grant and Support for Event differ from the other application types in that the grants are much smaller.
In line with UiO:Nordic’s ambitions to generate new knowledge about Nordic characteristics by facilitating excellence in research and UiO's ambitions to increase external funding (cf. UiO2020), UiO:Nordic is calling for applications for strategic funds for three different purposes: 1) funds for workshops, 2) project start-up support, and 3) publishing support.