TKI-PPP grant Amsterdam UMC stimulates its researchers to perform research projects together with companies in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP).
The next call for Amsterdam UMC TKI-grants is now open. The grant amount available to Amsterdam UMC is a budget of approximately € 9 million that will be divided over the best PPP-research proposals that we will receive from all of you. Deadline for the pre-application is November 10.
The funding is provided by the Dutch government (Ministry of Economic Affairs) through the Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO) and the Topconsortium voor Kennis en Innovatie Life Sciences & Health (TKI-LSH, a.k.a. Health-Holland).
For those of you who are unfamiliar with TKI grants and PPP-proposals, read the leaflet (TKI-PPP flyer) in the downloads below where the procedure is explained as well as all used abbreviations.
Below is a recording of the webinar of the 2022 call, which covers the conditions and the application process. Content is broadly the same, but since the devil is in the details, we advise you to contact your IXA business developer at an early stage.
There will be a ‘Broodje TKI’, i.e. a combined lunch and workshop focusing on the conditions of the grant, nature of the eligible research, budgeting, participation of private partners, application and granting process. The session will take place
Kroketten will be served, but please confirm your participation by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org mentioning the location you plan to visit. Following the presentation, there will be ample opportunity for questions; the sessions ends at 13.00h.
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