WEBINAR: H2020 Briefing Webinar on the 2020 Calls for Infectious Diseases and Improving Global Health
This webinar will give an overview of Horizon 2020 (H2020)* Infectious Diseases and Improving Global Health related Call topics, background information and support available for both UK and European organisations in how to apply for funding and search for partners. There is also the opportunity for organisations to give a short pitch about their project ideas or expertise relevant to the topics during the webinar. If you wish to do so, please submit your pitch (template below) to Natalie Withenshaw by 20th September 2019.
The following Call Topics will be included (deadline April 2020):
SC1-BHC-17-2020 Global Alliance fro Chronic Diseases (GACD) Prevention and /or early diagnosis of cancer
SC1-BHC-20A-2020 Pre-commercial procurement (PCP) for integrated care solutions
SC1-BHC-20B-2020 Public procurement of innovative solutions (PPI) for diagnostics for infectious diseases
SC1-BHC-34-2020 New approaches for clinical management and prevention of resistant bacteria infections in high prevalence settings
SC1-BHC-35-2020 Creation of a European wide sustainable network for harmonised large-scale clinical research studies for infectious diseases
Information from your registration may be shared with organisers of the webinar including and external to KTN.
(To download the pitch template, click here. Deadline for returning pitches to email@example.com is 15th October 2019. In order to prevent oversubscription, pitches will be allocated on a balance of UK and EU, Business and Academia. There will be a maximum of 10 pitches based on the time slot available.)
For further information on the forthcoming Calls, contact
Samana Brannigan, National Contact Point for Health, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Webinar will cover forthcoming 2020 Calls from the H2020 Health Work Programme.
The latest version can be accessed here.
Slides from this webinar will be available from the KTN Slideshare.
* Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private investment that this money will attract. It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market.
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