In 2022 a number of researchers of Amsterdam UMC have again been awarded a TKI-PPP grant between € 300.000 and € 750.000 to perform a research project in collaboration with an industrial party.
The following videos highlight the 2022 grant recipients of the Amsterdam UMC TKI-PPP grant. For a quick overview of all the winners and their projects take a look at the intro below.
About the TKI-PPI grant
In September 2021 the call for the Amsterdam UMC TKI grant 2021-2022 opened. The Amsterdam UMC TKI grants for PPP projects are available to all Amsterdam UMC researchers and aims to them to perform more research projects in collaboration with companies in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP).
The 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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