research funding database


This opportunity is currently closed.

Sign up for Content alerts to stay informed when this or related funding opportunities are posted.

Research Council of Finland – NIH joint call 2024: thematic areas of the Finnish Research Flag-ships (biomedical research)

Share this post

funding consultation boking
ERC webinar 2024

The Research Council of Finland and National Institute of Health are collaborating on a joint call for proposals in 2024. The call aims to increase research collaboration between the US and Finland and supports projects that focus on relevant thematic areas of the Finnish Research Flagships, including:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Precision Cancer Medicine
  • Inequalities, Interventions and New Welfare State
  • Materials Bioeconomy
  • Photonics
  • Wireless Communication Technologies
  • Forest-Human-Machine Interplay
  • Atmosphere and Climate
  • Gene, Cell and Nano Therapy
  • Immune System
  • Quantum Technology
  • Mathematics in Imaging and Modelling
  • Education
  • Digital Water Competence

Eligible proposals must have a minimum of one applicant from Finland and the US, and both countries should have significant research participation. The PI of the proposed project must have a doctoral degree and significant scientific merits and a close connection with Finland.

The maximum budget allowed is 750,000 EUR for a duration of 5 years. The “Intent to submit” must be sent at least ten weeks before the corresponding full proposal deadline at the NIH, and the “close-to-final draft” of the full proposal must be submitted at least 6 weeks before.

Accordingly, the next LOI and final deadlines are February 27, 2024 and March 26, 2024.

The grant has closed Sign-up for our content alerts to be updated when it re-opens.

Adverts. Premium members do not see Google Ads.

Please Login / Subscribe to our premium membership to see the content. Sign up to Free trial to see detailed funding information.

non member

Sign-up for the
monthly funding newsletter

unsubscribe at any time