To support research on rare diseases to better understand the processes (causes and mechanisms) underpinning rare diseases and translating fundamental discoveries into better prevention, diagnosis or treatment for patients.
Budget: 1.000.000 € over 4 years
Support of research into the aetiology of hematologic cancers in adults or into the development of new therapeutic strategies.
Budget: €300.000 for max. 2 projects
Vernieuwende projecten rond:
- Een slimmer Europa; innovatie en vaardigheden voor slimme transformatie
- Een groener Europa; klimaat, milieu en natuur
- Een socialer Europa; inclusieve arbeidsmarkt, opleiding en duurzame vrijetijdsbesteding
- Een Europa zonder grenzen; samenwerken om grensobstakels te overwinnen
Budget: Geen minimum- of maximumbudget, max. 50% gefinancierd door Interreg
Prijs voor onderzoekers (<40jaar) in medisch-chirurgische cardiologie of transplantatie van thoracale organen (hart en/of longen)
25.000 EUR | Deadline: 31/03/2022
A new joint transnational call for research projects on ‘cerebrovascular diseases including small vessels disease and the dysfunction of brain barriers’.
Budget: €350.000 for 3 years| Deadline pre-proposal: 08/03/2022
- Prijs Santkin voor onderzoek met betrekking tot de ziekte van Alzheimer - 10.000 euro (2.000 euro als persoonlijke beloning en 8.000 euro voor verderzetting van het onderzoek)
- Prijs van de Academie voor fundamenteel wetenschappelijk onderzoek in de geneeskunde - 2.500 euro
- Prijs van de Academie voor wetenschappelijk onderzoek in de diergeneeskunde - 2.500 euro
To support coordination activities of international collaborative associations. The funds are used for general scientific coordination and administrative management of the collaborative association (excluding the actual scientific research).
Budget: €75.000/year for a period of 3 years | Deadline: 02/05/2022
A joint, transnational ERA-NET call for research projects on ‘Understanding the mechanisms of non-pharmacological interventions’.
Budget: €350.000 for 3 years | Deadline pre-proposal: 01/03/2022
The European Commission has launched three Research and Innovation (RIA) actions supporting the implementation of the Mission on Cancer:
• Develop new methods and technologies for cancer screening and early detection
• Develop and validate a set of quality of life and patient preference measures for cancer patients and survivors
• Better understanding of the impact of risk factors and health determinants on the development and progression of cancer
The FWO offers alternative funding for the five best of the unsuccessful ERC-Starting and Consolidator grant applicants, with the aim of strengthening a subsequent ERC application.
Budget: Starting grant: €70.000, Consolidator grant: €92.000 |Deadline Starting grant: 01/03/22, Consolidator grant: 01/06/22
To support excellent European collaborative research projects across national and regional borders. Within the framework of Weave, researchers who are eligible at the FWO, can submit at the FWO a joint bilateral or trilateral project with researchers from Germany (DFG), the French-speaking Community of Belgium (F.R.S.-FNRS), Luxembourg (FNR), Austria (FWF), Poland (NCN), Slovenia (ARRS) and/or Switzerland (SNSF).
Budget: FWO staff and consumables: €45.000-€130.000 per year; equipment: maximum € 150,000 per project Deadline: 01/04/2022 (internal UGent-deadline: 11/03/2022)
The objective of FWO's Research projects is to advance fundamental scientific research. This happens on initiative of the researcher in all scientific disciplines.
Budget Staff and consumables: €45.000 to €130.000 per year, Equipment maximum €150.000 per project for 2-4 years | Internal deadline: 11/03/22
The TBM programme aims at contributing to the implementation of (new) therapies, diagnostic techniques and preventive methods, which, without this government funding, would not make it to the patient due to a lack of industrial interest.
Budget: €215.000 - 850.000 (excl. overhead) for 2-4 years | Internal deadline: 10/03/22
Supports medical doctors and specialist pharmacists who want to pursue a career in translational research. The fellowship grant is intended to exempt the fellow half-time from clinical duties to conduct research.
Budget: €60.000 per year | For 5-year part-time research, twice renewable | Deadline: 01/03/22
The budgets for interdisciplinary research projects enables a consortium, consisting of two professors, to establish a joint interdisciplinary research project.
Budget: €420.000 for 4 years | Deadline: 24/02/22
Topic: ‘Development of new analytic tools and pathways to accelerate diagnosis and facilitate diagnostic monitoring of rare diseases’. The FWO will support 1 project from an international consortium.
Budget: €350.000 (incl. overhead) for 3 years | Deadline pre-proposal: 16/02/22
To invest on a national level by financially supporting research in the field of primary and secondary prevention. 2 million euros will be devoted to the most promising research projects.
Budget:: €100.000-250.000 for 2-4 years | Deadline: 14/02/2022
The Fonds Zeldzame Ziekten UZ Gent supports research into rare diseases and care for patients and their families. UGent and UZ Gent employees can apply to the fund.
By early career researchers (ECRs) for ECRs to find and discuss funding opportunities, share experiences, mentor peers, and create impact through community engagement.