UEG National Societies LINK Award Programme
Monday, 10 February 2014 12:41
What? A total budget of up to EUR 200,000 has been made available to support cross-border professional and scientific co-operations that have not yet been organised within the UEG community (for example development of clinical guidelines, cross-border fellowship programmes, etc.) The aims are to strengthen relationships, knowledge and skills transfer between individual National Societies and with the UEG and to support National Societies as a whole rather than individuals.
Who? UEG Member National Societies are encouraged to partner up and take advantage of this unique support scheme
Deadline for proposal submissions: 18 April 2014
UEG Research Prize for 2014
Monday, 10 February 2014 12:30
UEG awards €100,000 each year for excellence in basic science, translational or clinical research. By donating this prize UEG aims to support winners in financing their future research and to accompany their scientific projects from early stages to successful conclusion. The recipient must be able to demonstrate that their work has had an impact in its field and its quality has been recognised internationally. It may be used to purchase equipment, research consumables and as salary support. Application is open until May 18, 2014.
Further details are available here.
Improving public health: tackling alcohol misuse
Monday, 10 February 2014 11:51
The NIHR Evaluations, Trials and Studies programmes have funded independent research to add to the evidence base to help tackle the rise in alcohol misuse. Projects aim to produce high-quality research providing information of immediate value to healthcare decision- and policy-making. Further details of the programmes, including RCTs funded by the HTA programme, such as STeroids or Pentoxifyline for Alcoholic Hepatitis (STOPAH), can be found in NETS news.
EME & NOCRI Event: Funding and Partnership Opportunities - Stratified Medicine in Non-Cancerous Conditions
Thursday, 06 February 2014 10:18
Date: Tuesday 1 April 2014, 10:00 -16:30
Venue: BIS Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0ET
This event will provide a unique opportunity to understand more about the new EME funding call in stratified medicine in non-cancerous conditions. The agenda will give you the chance to hear industry experience of working with researchers and NHS, and researcher perspectives on partnering to take advantage of EME funding awards. There will be opportunities for one-to-one meetings with potential partners, to establish collaborations and take your funding application forward, as well as meeting with members of the EME Programme.
Register on-line. Places are limited and are expected to be booked up quickly.
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