Mgr. Martina Vráblíková
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The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic has launched a call for proposals for research projects under the MOBILITY activity with a duration of 2023 - 2024.
The aim of this support is to facilitate the establishment of contacts and the development of cooperation between institutions active in the field of research and development in partner countries by supporting the mobility of researchers and researchers cooperation on international basic research projects.The support consists of funding travel and subsistence costs. The participation of researchers in seminars, conferences, congresses and other meetings held in the partner countries is not supported under these calls.
The proposal for a joint research project must be submitted simultaneously by the Czech research team in the Czech Republic and the foreign research team in the target country, and the focus of the joint research project must be identical in terms of content and subject matter. The calls Collaborations with:
Austria (max. amount per year is CZK 100 000, i.e. CZK 200 000 for the entire duration of the project),
France (max. amount per year is CZK 78 000, i.e. CZK 156 000 for the whole duration of the project),
Germany (max. amount per year is CZK 200 000, i.e. 400 000 CZK for the whole duration of the project).
Faculty deadline: 20th June 2022 at 12 a.m.
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New LA call with a foreign agency as "Lead Agency"
This funding program is designed to assess the application potential of research results and achieve a significant shift towards clinical practice. It applies the principles of the highly successful SPARK Stanford Program.
Start-up grants (SUp grants) are intended to support pilot projects of new research programs. The aim is to acquire pilot data, introduce and verify a new methodology and acquire data for the development of a full-fledged project funded by an external grant agency in the future. A necessary output of the project is the submission of a project proposal to external grant agencies, with the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University in the role of the main applicant/co-applicant.
The aim of this programme is to create conditions for new outstanding young scientists to establish their own research group at FM MU. This form of support is therefore primarily intended for junior scientists with significant international experience. In this way, LF MU aims to regularly offer opportunities for junior scientists to develop their own innovative research topics and establish their long-term presence at FM MU. At the same time, FM MU would like to support a natural renewal of research teams and strengthen cooperation with foreign research institutions.