Kliiniliste uuringute keskus pakub nõustamist teadustööks rahaliste vahendite taotlemisel. Aitame sobiva rahastaja otsimisel olemasoleva projektiidee korral ning nõustame granditaotluste kirjutamisel ja taotlemisel. Oleme koostanud perioodiliselt uuendatava uurimistoetuste andmebaasi, mis on mõeldud just meditsiiniteaduste valdkonna teadlastele ja arstidele, aga ka residentidele ja doktorantidele. 

Lisaks projektikonkurssidele on andmebaasis ka erinevad stipendiumid, mida saab kasutada pikemaajaliseks erialaseks täiendamiseks välismaal.

Lisaks siseriiklikele ja H2020 programmi konkurssidele leiab kodulehelt infot ka rahvusvaheliste eriala- ja erafondide stipendiumiprogrammide ning uurimistoetuste kohta.

VÕTA ÜHENDUST Kliiniliste uuringute keskusega, KUI:
– tunned, et sul on väärt projekt ja soovid informatsiooni, kust võiks leida teadusrahastust;
– soovid nõustamist granti taotluse kvaliteedi osas ja vormistamisel;
– tekkis küsimus konkursi tingimuste kohta.

Järgnevalt on toodud mõned näited rahastusvõimaluste kohta meie andmebaasis nii alustavatele teadlastele kui ka kogenumatele uurijatele.

Swiss bridge award 2019
SWISS BRIDGE is a private foundation associated with the Swiss Cancer League, the Swiss Cancer Research Foundation and the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), and supports high-quality cancer research in Europe. This year, young investigators with projects focusing on immune cell therapy (Includes all types of immune-cell therapies, such as chimeric antigen receptor T-cell (CAR T-cell) therapy, tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) therapy, and dendritic cell vaccine therapy.) are eligible for application. Investigators from academic and cancer research institutions in Europe are invited to submit a note of intent for a new cancer research project.
Next deadline 30.04.2019

Sanofi Genzyme Innovation Grant: Target type 2
The objective of the Type 2 Innovation Grant is to support independent, novel and innovative research projects investigating Type 2 immune-mediated diseases, such as atopic dermatitis and asthma. Research projects with the clear potential to advance patient care outcomes or reduce individual disease burden will be prioritized. Qualifying research grant applicants will be requested to select between two disease areas, Dermatology or Respiratory. The four most relevant research projects in each category will be selected and will each receive a research grant up to EUR 80,000. In total 8 projects will be selected to receive a research grant.
Next deadline 31.05.2019

Leo Foundation
The LEO Foundation supports international dermatological research projects and activities that address issues in disease understanding, disease treatment, disease awareness and patient wellbeing. Supports both clinical and basic research and grant amount is open.
Next deadline 14.06.2019

EFSD/JDRF/Lilly European Programme in Type 1 Diabetes Research
The European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) was created by the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) to provide funding initiatives in all areas of diabetes research. This year, the EFSD/JDRF/Lilly European Programme in Type 1 Diabetes Research will accept applications within any area of basic or clinical research related to type 1 diabetes including treatment and monitoring strategies. The research will be supported through the award of grants, each of up to Euro 100,000. Applicants for a clinical research project who have a funding requirement larger than that specified above are also invited to apply to this grant in this case, the relevant financial requirements not exceeding €400,000 should be indicated and well justified in the budget section of the application form for special consideration by the review committee.
Next deadline 01.07.2019

The Thrasher Research Fund Early Career Awards
The Fund recognizes that young investigators may find it difficult to remain in pediatric research because of a lack of funding. Therefore, the purpose of this program is to encourage the development of medical research in child health by awarding small grants to new researchers, helping them gain a foothold in this important area. The Fund will make up to 15 awards in this funding cycle. The grant amount is based on the actual budgetary needs of the project, with a maximum of $25,000 in direct costs for the entire grant.
Next deadline 17.09.2019

Täpsema informatsiooni ja küsimuste osas võib pöörduda:

Katrin Kaarna
Kliiniliste uuringute keskus
Tel. +372 737 4119
katrin.kaarna@ut.ee

Ana Rebane
Bio- ja siirdemeditsiini instituut
Tel: +372 737 4419
ana.rebane@ut.ee

Helen Vaher
Bio- ja siirdemeditsiini instituut
helen.vaher@ut.ee