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The main objective of call for proposals is to encourage the development of scientific collaborations in the field of research and action for public health. These calls concern scientists, engineers, PhD students, postdocs and researchers.
Inter-Pasteurien Concerted Actions
Funders: Institut Pasteur Purpose:
To reinforce scientific collaboration between teams within the Institut Pasteur International Network, in the field of research for public health output
To promote the participation of young scientists and associate the collaboration of at least three institutions from the Institut Pasteur International Network.
Duration: 24 months Budget: €20,000 to €70,000 Submission deadline: March 5, 2015 Decision and funding start date: July 1, 2015
To bring together researchers, engineers and technicians within the Paris Institut Pasteur campus and the 32 institutes of the Institut Pasteur International Network and to work towards a shared discovery research goal
To develop synergy allowing further collaborations with other academic and industrial research organizations in a near future.
Duration: 24 months Budget: maximum budget €250,000 (including position cost) Submission deadline: March 5, 2015 Decision and funding start date: July 1, 2015
Fundação Oswaldo Cruz and Institut Pasteur Joint Program
The deadline for submitting applications is September 30, 2014.
Main objective of this program is to facilitate the start-up and development of collaborations in priority areas of translational research and public health.
The priority areas for this call are:
- Integrative biology
- Chronic diseases related to infectious diseases
The project should bring together researchers or teams from at least one of the Institut Pasteur International Network and from a team of Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. Partnership with teams from other institutions is also encouraged.
A Brazilian and Institut Pasteur coordinators should be specified when submitting the application form. The coordinators will be responsible for supervision and execution of the project both scientifically and administratively. In case of clinical study, a previous approved of Ethical Local Committee will be required
The duration of funding is one year renewable for one more year after analysis of the yearly report. The research projects will receive a joint financing which can go up to 40 Keuros a year.
Project selection will be carried out by the Scientific Committee of the Fiocruz - Institut Pasteur Program. Identical project proposals should be applied by both French and Brazilian coordinators.