ERA PerMed - Transnational Call in Personalised Medicine
ERA PerMed has launched the second Joint Transnational Call for collaborative innovative research projects in Personalised Medicine. Deadline for pre-proposals: 7 March 2019, invited full proposals: 17 June 2019.
ERA PerMed is an ERA-Net Cofund, supported by 32 partners of 23 countries and co-funded by the European Commission (EC).
This call aims at fostering research and innovation activities building close linkages between basic biomedical research, clinical research, bioinformatics, epidemiology, socio-economic research, as well as research on the integration of PM into clinical practice and on ethical, legal and social implications.
The overarching goal is to improve disease management, with better patient stratification, diagnostics and treatment protocols, and disease prevention.
Proposals must be interdisciplinary and clearly demonstrate the potential impact in PM as well as the added value of transnational collaboration.
Projects must cover the Research area 3 "Research towards Responsible Implementation in Health Care"
In addition, one or both of the following:
- Research area 1: Translating Basic to Clinical Research and Beyond
- Research area 2: Integrating Big Data and ICT solutions
Joint research proposals may be submitted by applicants belonging to one the following categories (A, B and/or C), if eligible according to relevant regional/national funding organisations regulations for research funding:
A. Academia (research teams working in universities, other higher education institutions) or research institutes;
B. Clinical/public health sector (research teams working in hospitals/public health and/or other health care settings and health organisations). Participation of clinicians (e.g. medical doctors, nurses) in the research teams is encouraged;
C. (Industry) Private partners, e.g. SMEs2 (small and medium-size enterprises).
Norway participates in this call, along with 20 other countries.
Partners will be funded by their national funding agencies and need to follow their guidelines.
Applicants should contact NFR before applying.