The Foundation to prevent antibiotic resistance now opens an annual call The Foundation now welcomes applications for its annual call. The Foundation gives direct financial support for research, educational initiatives and information activities aimed at combating antibiotic resistance. The purpose of the projects should be to reduce the use of antibiotics through preventive measures that strengthen the immune system and…
Means of support for research aimed at preventing children from dying before birth or during infancy. The research can also be about improving the treatment of affected parents and relatives. Appropriations can be applied for biomedical research, in fetal medicine and neonatal care, and for nursing and care science as well as psychosocial research.
Tore Nilsons Medical Research Foundation The Foundation’s purpose is to promote clinical medical research through grants to individual researchers. Applicants who have not yet established themselves as recipients of regular grants from the medical research’s regular funding bodies are prioritized.
Authorized applicants are doctoral researchers at universities or equivalent educational institutions and doctoral students who have completed half-time control. The application should focus on scientific research in the area of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia diseases.
Each grant within the strategic mobility program covers the salary of a researcher or equivalent person for a four to twelve month exchange service in a sector other than that in which the person is active. The guest researcher must carry out strategic research within one of the Foundation’s areas of responsibility, which are science, technology and medicine.
Foundation Promobilia Appropriations for research services in the subject area disability. Two research services, distributed among a doctoral student service and a postdoctoral service.
Foundation Promobilia Appropriations for research positions in the subject area disability. Two research positions: one doctoral student service and one postdoctoral position.
The Olav Thon Foundation supports Nordic research projects in medicinse 2020. The Foundation will reserve NOK 20 million for grants to Nordic research collaboration in the filed of medicine for 2020. For 2020, the board has decided to invite applications for research on reparative medicine targeting diseases in the musculoskeletal and peripheral and cetral nervous system
Erik Philip-Sörensen’s foundation Appropriations for genetic research are awarded after special application to doctoral researchers or research groups in Sweden without any restriction to university or college. Pure clinical / medical research is not supported by the Foundation. Application period: July 19 – September 19
The Royal Academy of Sciences invites professors and university lecturers from medical, dontological and veterinary medicine faculties at universities and colleges in Sweden to nominate for Hilda and Alfred Eriksson’s prize in 2020. The prize is SEK 120,000, and is given for outstanding research efforts “for the relief of diseases in both people and animals “. The recipient must be…
Eligible to apply for these scholarships are registered PhD students with at least one own peer reviewed publication. The scholarships are not awarded to postdoctoral researchers or non-registered post-graduate students. The journey may commence no earlier than one month after the application deadline. The grants are intended to cover extraordinary personal costs associated with travel to other research institution or…
Initiation grant is given for the implementation of short-term projects aimed at building new and strategically interesting international relations. Applications can be submitted ongoing throughout the year.
Wenner-Gren Foundations Contributions for guest lecturers – The appropriation is intended to enable Swedish researchers or institutions inviting foreign PhD guest lecturers.
Residence scholarship with accommodation in Villa Martinson at Jonsered Manor. The scholarship is intended for researchers, PhD students and writers and publishers in a broader sense, who need time to work concentrated in an inspiring environment.
GRANTS ANDF INNOVATION OFFICE The ‘Verification for utilization’ (VFT) programme offers advice and potential funding to investigate how your research can be used outside of academia. In the VFT programme, we consider ‘ideas’ as a broad concept that encompasses many different types of utilization and application.
GRANTS ANDF INNOVATION OFFICE Are you interested in collaborating with surrounding society, but feel that you never have the time to take the first step? Then the ‘Verification for collaboration’ (VFS) programme can help you! VFS gives you access to funding and support in order to identify and carry out the first steps towards a collaborative project between academia and…