How to Apply | Izumi. Thank you for your interest in the IZUMI Foundation! Please complete the online submission form to tell us more about your organization and proposed program. If we have additional questions, or if we would like to invite your organization to submit a detailed Letter of Inquiry or Full Proposal, we will contact you at the email address or phone number provided. If you are unsure if your organization meets the funding criteria, please review our Frequently Asked Questions.
When completing the Program Description portion of the submission form, please consider including a brief explanation of the following: A statement of needA brief description of the principal objective of the proposed programA description of the population that will be servedA brief explanation of the organization ability/qualification to perform the projectAn estimate of the overall project budget and amount requestedA timeline for the project At this time the IZUMI Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals.
Funding Agencies for Global Health Opportunities | Center for Global Health | The University of Chicago. OPEN CONCEPT MEMO GLOBAL HEALTH GRANTS. Exploratory/Development Grants. Purpose Support for early stage conceptual work and feasibility tests in biomedical informatics and bioinformatics. These studies may involve considerable risk but may lead to a breakthrough in a particular area, or to the development of novel techniques or approaches that could have major impact on a field of biomedical, behavioral, or clinical research. Preliminary data are not required, but applicants are urged to provide milestones by which progress on the project can be measured. For details on research interests, see the NLM Express Research Grants in Biomedical Informatics (R01) (PAR-13-300).
NLM Contacts Clinical and Public Health Informatics: Dr. Deadlines Deadlines for New Applications: February 16, June 16, and October 16 each yearDeadlines for Revised Applications: March 16, July 16, and November 16 each year Full listing of deadlines for competing applications: Extramural Grant Programs. Research Support Grants are available for fundamental and applied research in biomedical informatics and bioinformatics. Areas of research interest include: representation, organization and retrieval of biomedical and biological data and images; enhancement of human intellectual capacities through virtual reality, dynamic modeling, artificial intelligence, and machine learning; medical decision-making; linguistic analyses for natural language processing and understanding; informatics topics relevant to public health and informatics for disaster management.
NLM Express Research Grants in Biomedical Informatics (R01) (PAR 13-300)Support for rigorous scientific research in biomedical informatics and bioinformatics.Research Project Grant (NIH Parent R01) (PA 13-302)For investigators whose needs are not met by NLM Express Research Grants (PAR 13-300). Resource Support Resource grants are designed to improve the dissemination, management and use of biomedical knowledge. Training Support. How to Apply for Funding - How to Apply for Funding. The process for submitting proposals to IDRC is lengthy and thorough.
It generally includes the steps below. Please note that because of limited funding, we are not able to fund all interesting ideas. 1. Share our vision Before approaching us, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with our approach and priorities. 2. Please note that, in most cases, we will only support research that is defined, conducted, and managed by developing-country researchers. Proposals and ideas are reviewed by our program officers. Our program officers work as a team and consult other members to ensure the research proposed meets our criteria. 3. Some program areas have specific requirements. All IDRC proposals are evaluated for scientific and technical merit, and potential to solve development problems. Please remember that several months can elapse between the time your proposal is finalized and approved and the first payment is released. 4. 5. Programs - Home. Latest Results IDRC-funded research is using mathematical modelling to influence local and national policies in China to reduce HIV transmission.
Treatment as preventionEarlier research conducted under Modelling and controlling infectious diseases project... Research in Africa has shown that flexible intellectual property policies can lead to greater innovation and development. The Open African Innovation Research and Training (Open A.I.R.) research project investigated the unique collaborative... IDRC is a long-time supporter of South Asia's Community of Evaluators to advance evaluation practices in the region. With representation from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, the Community of Evaluators first came... After a decade of work developing the Outcome Mapping Approach, IDRC has played an important role in the development of ROMA, an adaptation of IDRC’s original outcome mapping research.
Training Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Training Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Innovations: funding applied medical research and development| Wellcome Trust. Recent Grants Awarded | Izumi. Save the Children was awarded a one-year, $100,000 grant for the program, Maternal, Newborn & Child Health, Nutrition and Family Planning in Kenya – Expanding on the Safe Motherhood Program. The project will improve maternal and child health in four Turkana districts – Loima, Turkana Central, Turkana South, and Turkana East. The total number of direct beneficiaries is estimated at 86,578 women of reproductive age, 64,933 children under the age of five and 101,007 men.
The project will build the capacity of District Health Management Teams; health workers; Community Health Workers; and Community Health Extension Workers to provide quality health services for women, children, and newborns and integrate nutrition and family planning into the package health services. Overall Goal. HIDEYO NOGUCHI AFRICA PRIZE. NOMINATION GUIDELINES (for both categories: Medical Research and Medical Services) -Click here (pdf)- SUBMISSION OF NOMINATIONS (for both categories: Medical Research and Medical Services) Following the Nomination Guidelines, please email or mail your nomination form with attachments to the below address. The nomination form may be downloaded. The same form is used for both categories: Medical Research and Medical Services. The spread of infectious diseases presents a common threat to all humankind.
Mindful that Africa faces this scourge most acutely, the Government of Japan established the Hideyo Noguchi Africa Prize in July 2006 in memory of Dr. The Prize consists of two categories: Medical Research honouring individual(s) and Medical Services honouring individual(s) or organization(s) The Prize is awarded every five years and the second award will be presented in June 2013. For General information about the Prize: PAR-14-028: Mobile Health: Technology and Outcomes in Low and Middle Income Countries (R21)
Part 1. Overview Information Key Dates Required Application Instructions It is critical that applicants follow the instructions in the SF424 (R&R) Application Guide, except where instructed to do otherwise (in this FOA or in a Notice from the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts). Table of Contents Part 1. Part 2. Section I. Definition of mHealth In the context of this FOA, mHealth is the use of mobile and wireless devices (cell phones, tablets, etc.) to improve health outcomes, health care services, and health research. Background The enormous potential for mobile technology to transform health care, personal health management, and basic health research has led to the rapid development of new health-related phone applications and device attachments.
In addition to building expertise in LMICs in mHealth research, this initiative aims to support projects that adapt or develop technologies that are appropriate for LMIC settings. Research Objectives Collaboration and Research Capacity Building. Health IT Funding Opportunities | AHRQ National Resource Center; Health Information Technology: Best Practices Transforming Quality, Safety, and Efficiency. This R21 FOA ( will fund exploratory and developmental research grants that will contribute to the evidence base of how health IT improves health care quality.
The total costs for a project awarded under this FOA will not exceed $200,000 in any given year or $300,000 for the entire project period. The project period may not exceed 2 years. This FOA supports the use of a wide variety of research designs in order to generate information regarding the design and development, implementation, use, or impact of health IT on quality.
Depending on the research design and intent of the project, applicants may receive support for: (1) pilot and feasibility or self-contained health IT research projects; (2) secondary data analysis of health IT research; or (3) economic (prospective or retrospective) analyses of a health IT project. Grants and Funding. Apply | Dar Teknohama Business Incubator. All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development. What We Look For. DIV evaluates applicant solutions based on three main criteria: the cost effectiveness of the idea relative to traditional alternatives; the project’s plan for collecting rigorous evidence of success; and the solution’s proposed pathways to scale if it is proven effective. Cost Effectiveness DIV seeks applications that have ideas for addressing development challenges more effectively and more cheaply. Therefore, cost analysis must be conducted in all projects; the specific approach can be determined based on the solution.
Rigorous Testing Many pilots never reach scale because they do not sufficiently focus on collecting rigorous evidence of success. The DIV model emphasizes testing potential solutions and rigorously evaluating impact - often through randomized control trials - to identify what works and what does not, and to help scale only those solutions proven to produce results. Pathways to Scale Scale through the public sector. Scale through the private sector. Innovating in Stages FAQs. Criteria for Selection : Innovation Prize for Africa. The winning innovations are determined based on the products’ uniqueness and their potential contribution to socio-economic development in Africa through increased efficiency and cost savings.
Five criteria to be considered: Investment Guidelines | Grassroots Business Fund. The investment guidelines below help us identify the businesses that have the highest potential to succeed commercially, while also generating a positive social impact. If you have questions or comments, please feel free to contact us. Download GBF's Investment Criteria Business Criteria Stage of Company: GBF prefers "growth stage" companies with a strong track record, but will consider earlier stage businesses on a case by case basis. Defensible Competitive Advantage: GBF seeks companies that can protect their market position through high barriers to entry, first-mover advantage, high-quality differentiated products, etc. Competent Management Team: It is essential that the company have a strong management team with a successful history starting and/or managing companies, or has other industry experience and education. Financial Criteria Investment Terms GBF seeks investments of $500,000 to $2,500,000.
Preferred Situations GBF seeks opportunities where: Mission Fit Criteria Country Focus: Saving Lives at Birth Announces Goal of an Additional $50M for Maternal and Newborn Innovation | Saving Lives at Birth. For Immediate Release Tuesday, October 7, 2014 The five-year expansion aims to promote and scale creative solutions to reduce maternal and newborn mortality in low-income communities SEATTLE – Today, the Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development partners announced they aim to invest an additional $50 million to save the lives of mothers and newborns in developing countries by investing in innovative ideas and approaches towards maternal and newborn care.
The announcement, made at the at the annual Grand Challenges Meeting in Seattle, Washington, leverages thecollective resources of the U.S. “Saving Lives at Birth has mobilized the world’s brightest thinkers, researchers and entrepreneurs around the critical issue of maternal and newborn health,” said USAID Administrator Shah. "Birth is a dangerous and vulnerable time for mothers and babies in the developing world,” said Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development of the United Kingdom.
Dr. Consortium for Advanced Research Training in Africa | CARTA. Discovery Foundation – funds– Tshikululu. Established in 2006 as one element of Discovery Holdings’ black economic empowerment transaction, the Discovery Foundation is an independent trust that is investing at least R150 million in grants towards developing South Africa’s scarce specialist healthcare resources. The Discovery Foundation Awards include scholarships, bursaries and research fellowships as well as support for teaching and research institutions. It is expected to support training of around 300 new medical specialists over ten years – focusing on training specialists for rural areas, developing academic medicine and research centres and increasing the number of sub-specialists.
The Discovery Foundation makes four groups of awards each year to outstanding individual and institutional candidates, benefiting academic medicine, rural healthcare, specialist training and service delivery and innovation: Application deadlines Application deadlines are as follows: Click to download the Discovery Foundation application brochure. ERC-2015-STG. Call updates 24-10-2014 16:13:31 Please note that the document 'Information for applicants to the Starting and Consolidator Grant 2015 calls' updated on 24 October 2014 is now available in the 'Call documents' section.
More Call updates + 10-10-2014 12:36:16 Please note that an updated version of the document 'Information for applicants to the Starting and Consolidator Grant 2015 calls' is now available in the 'Call documents' section. 10-10-2014 12:35:32 Please note that an updated version of the document 'Information for applicants to the Starting and Consolidator Grant 2015 calls' is now available in the 'Call documents' section. 07-10-2014 16:52:53 The submission session is now available for: ERC-StG-2015(ERC-STG) Topics and submission service To access the Submission Service, please select the TOPIC of your interest and then open the Submission Service tab.
To access existing draft proposals, please login to the portal and select My Proposals from the My Area menu. Call summary. Calls - Research Participant Portal. How to get funding? Funding opportunities - Summary, 10 October 2014 - tkilimba - Mail. Funding opportunities - Summary, 10 October 2014 - tkilimba - Mail.