We are very happy to announce that the call for Amsterdam UMC TKI-grants is now open. If you are a researcher from Amsterdam UMCand you are looking for funding in a public-private partnership project, you can apply for a grant between €300,000 and €750,000. There is a total grant budget available of approximately € 9 million that will be divided over the best PPP-research proposals that we’ll receive. Deadline for the pre-application is November 10.
For more information on the grant, and all the necessary documents as well as information on the workshop we are organizing focusing on the conditions of the grant, nature of the eligible research, budgeting, participation of private partners, application and granting process, please visit the TKI page on our website.
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