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Academy of Finland participates in the JTC2019 call of the new European Joint Programming on Rare Diseases (EJP RD)

The Academy of Finland will participate in the JTC2019 call of the new European Joint Programming on Rare Diseases (EJP RD). The topic of the call will be "Research projects to accelerate diagnosis and/or explore disease progression and mechanisms of rare diseases Research projects to accelerate diagnosis and/or explore disease progression and mechanisms of rare diseases." and funding can be sought for a maximum of three years. Similar to Era-Net calls, only transnational projects will be funded. Each consortium submitting a proposal must involve a minimum of four eligible and a maximum of six eligible partners from at least three different countries participating to the call (see the preliminary list participating funding organizations below).

The Academy of Finland intends to budget 600 000 euros for the call, hoping to finance 2-3 Finnish project partners (max. 300 000 euros per project, full cost model).

More detailed, full official announcement of the call can be found here: http://www.ejprarediseases.org/index.php/funding/

For further information, please contact science adviser Heikki Vilen (heikki.vilen@aka.fi, +358 29 5335 135)

3.1.2019/kv

Academy of Finland participates in the JTC2019 call of the new European Joint Programming on Rare Diseases (EJP RD)

The Academy of Finland will participate in the JTC2019 call of the new European Joint Programming on Rare Diseases (EJP RD). The topic of the call will be "Research projects to accelerate diagnosis and/or explore disease progression and mechanisms of rare diseases Research projects to accelerate diagnosis and/or explore disease progression and mechanisms of rare diseases." and funding can be sought for a maximum of three years. Similar to Era-Net calls, only transnational projects will be funded. Each consortium submitting a proposal must involve a minimum of four eligible and a maximum of six eligible partners from at least three different countries participating to the call (see the preliminary list participating funding organizations below).

The Academy of Finland intends to budget 600 000 euros for the call, hoping to finance 2-3 Finnish project partners (max. 300 000 euros per project, full cost model).

More detailed, full official announcement of the call can be found here: http://www.ejprarediseases.org/index.php/funding/

For further information, please contact science adviser Heikki Vilen (heikki.vilen@aka.fi, +358 29 5335 135)

3.1.2019/kv