Lund University, Medical Faculty

Open SWElife call for applications in the diabetes field

Over recent decades, Sweden has made major investments in Life Science. Optimising the use of these existing investments is an important part of efforts to reinforce Sweden’s position on a global research and development arena.

With this call for applications, SWElife aims to support projects in which academia, industry, and health care collaborate to develop more efficient structures and processes for national use and further development of existing research infrastructure within the diabetes field. (e.g. technology platforms, testbeds, biobanks, the Diabetes Register and other types of data sources, the Diabetes Portal, SciLifeLab and Clinical Studies Sweden).
 
Who can apply?
Actors from academia, industry and health care, for projects in which all three sectors, including at least one infrastructure for research, development and/or innovation, are involved.
Budget
Up to 700 000 kr per project. 50% co-funding is required. Total budget of the call is 2.8 Mkr.
 
How to apply
Application is submitted via Vinnovas eService Portal and with templates specific for this call.
 
The complete text of the call for applications can be found here:

http://www.vinnova.se/sv/Ansoka-och-rapportera/Utlysningar/

Important dates

Application deadline: 15 September 2016 at 14:00
Preliminary period for interviews: 20-21 October 2016
Project start: 1 December 2016 at the latest

Last updated: June 13, 2016
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