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Be sure to mark the cut-off dates for innovative research grant-applications European commission in your calendar

The deadlines for innovative research grant-applications European commission are coming up. Find below an overview of the relevant funding options for projects focusing on Life sciences and health.

Upcoming calls for Life Sciences and Health projects within the expertise of FFUND

11 AprilOpen call and specific topics for Bio-printing of living cells for regenerative medicineHorizon EuropeMore information
12 AprilOpen call and specific topics for pragmatic clinical trials on minimally invasive diagnosticsHorizon EuropeMore information
13 AprilOpen call and specific topics for towards structuring brain health research in EuropeHorizon EuropeMore information
13 AprilOpen call and specific topics for better integration and use of health-related real-world and research data,
including genomics, for improved clinical outcomes
Horizon EuropeMore information
13 AprilOpen call and specific topics for pandemic preparedness and response:
In vitro diagnostic devices to tackle cross-border health threats
Horizon EuropeMore information
13 AprilOpen call and specific topics for Pandemic preparedness and response:
Broad spectrum anti-viral therapeutics for infectious diseases with epidemic potential.
Horizon EuropeMore information
19 SeptemberOpen call and specific topics for Validation of fluid-derived biomarkers
for the prediction and prevention of brain disorder
Horizon EuropeMore information
19 SeptemberOpen call and specific topics for personalised prevention of non-communicable diseases –
addressing areas of unmet needs using multiple data sources
Horizon EuropeMore information
Q2-Q3Call  for  proposals  on  prevention  of NCDs  in  the  area  of dementia and other neurological disordersEU4HealthMore information page 48 >
Q2-Q3Call for proposals: action grants on mental health challenges for cancer patients and survivorsEU4HealthMore information page 59 >
Q2-Q3Call for proposals for a program on orphan medical devices, in particular targeting paediatric patientsEU4HealthMore information page 67 >
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Topics in Horizon Europe 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic laid bare the vulnerabilities of our society, economy, and healthcare systems and stressed the importance of investing in research on health threats, people’s mental health, and on healthcare system resilience. Infectious diseases remain a major threat to health and health security in the EU and globally. Research projects involving international partners should lead to increased scientific knowledge and transfer technologies among partner countries, thus creating sustainable growth and jobs.

Horizon Europe 2023 thus concerns topics aimed at supporting activities that enable or contribute to tackling diseases or increasing knowledge on viruses with epidemic potential. Proposals should concern preparedness against future health threats and all could help support the development of skills in research or health systems, new technologies, and the strengthening of international research and innovation.

About Horizon Europe

Horizon Europe is de EU’s key funding program for research and innovation for 2021-2027. It provides non-dilutive grant funding and has a budget of €95.5 billion. It facilitates collaboration and strengthens the impact of research and innovation. More information.

About EU4Health

EU4Health, with a budget of €5.3 billion, is the fourth and largest of the EU health programmes since their launch in 2003. More information.