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The primary objective of the GLOBVAC programme is to support high-quality research with potential for high impact that can contribute to sustainable improvements in health and health equity for people in low- and lower-middle income countries (LMIC).

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  • New EDCTP calls out now!

    Research and innovation actions on diagnostic tools for poverty-related diseases and vaccines for diarrhoeal diseases or lower respiratory tract infections are two of several EDCTP calls out now. Visit the EDCTP website to get more information.

  • Funding opportunities in the EDCTP

    Interested in large clinical trials and need funding? GLOBVAC invites you to a seminar on funding in the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trails Partnership. Director Ole Olesen will present active calls and discuss opportunities for Norwegian researchers. The seminar will be held in Oslo September 5th.

  • Engage with CEPI

    Have you heard about the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI), but you don't know what they really do and if it is relevant for you? Join GLOBVAC, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) and CEPI for a seminar where you will learn about the scope, identified research gaps and progress so far.

  • New courses give you a leg up when applying to Horizon 2020

    The Research Council of Norway offers several free courses on Horizon 2020 at both beginners and advanced level. Whether you are working on a project proposal for Horizon 2020 or you are in the operating phase of your Horizon 2020 project, the courses will provide many useful tips and practical advice on what the EU is looking for.

  • 59 GLOBVAC applications received for the February deadline

    The applications will be assessed by external experts in panel meetings. The final grant decision will be made by the GLOBVAC Programme Board in mid-November. Results will be published on our webpages by the end of November.

  • Funding opportunities for global health researchers in Horizon 2020

    Call texts for Horizon 2020 are now published on the Participant Portal.
    Many of the published topics have deadlines already in April 2018, so if you find a relevant topic, start as soon as possible.

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