In September 2020 the call for the Amsterdam UMC TKI grant 2021 opened. The pre-application closed on November 20. Knowing that applying requires a serious effort of the researchers, we were very happy and proud to receive a total of 50 applications. There is an amount of 8 – 9 million euros available to be divided over the best PPP-research proposals. The jury will decide which projects goes to the final round on January 8.
About the TKI-PPI grant
The Amsterdam UMC TKI grants for PPP projects are available to all Amsterdam UMC researchers who wish to perform a research project in collaboration with an industrial party. The grant is to stimulate Amsterdam UMC researchers to perform research projects together with companies in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). Funding is provided by the NL 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).
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Anya Biotech, representing Amsterdam UMC, has won the second edition of the Proefdiervrij Venture Challenge on the 22nd of April 2022. Their winning innovation is based on research from the Department of Medical Biology at the AMC. The team takes home €25.000, – in prize money to kick-start their venture based on human heart models […]News