ESA Research Grants

ESA Innovation Grants

 

ESA is delighted to announce five new Innovation Grants of up to € 7,500 each in 2019 to support your efforts to secure EU funding in topics of interest to anaesthesiologists. 
 
Project ideas are particularly welcomed in the following fields:

  • Digital health for patient safety, integration and quality of care
  • Data integration, diagnostics, clinical decision-making
  • Personalised risk prediction, early warning, prevention, intervention and monitoring
  • Data registries, Real World Data, Big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning

Applications may range from project ideas at an embryonic stage, to full proposals which need to be strengthened. The grants are available to cover costs related to consortium building, proposal writing and review, visibility opportunities and other activities to give your proposal an edge!
 

Timeline:

Applications now open via the online form available on this page. 

Deadline for submissions – 2 May

Notification of results – 10 June

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Priority medical topics are related to health, demographic change and wellbeing, in particular those with a high economic and societal cost. Thus, ageing populations, chronic conditions and multi-morbidity, non-communicable diseases, as well as antimicrobial resistance and infectious diseases are central themes for attracting funding.

 
Eligibility criteria & conditions:

  • Grant applications must be made by an ESA member
  • ESA must be involved in the proposal in a significant manner – this could be through
    • ESA’s clinical trial network 
    • communications and dissemination activities 
    • development of educational materials and learning opportunities
    • other opportunities depending on the nature of the project (eg organisation of multi-stakeholder workshops, patient engagement activities, outreach to health policymakers etc)
  • The grant is not intended to cover personal time spent by you or your collaborators on developing the proposal. Rather, we encourage you to use professional consultancies specialised in proposal writing where this competence is needed.

  

Contact: 

Helen Brewer at helen.brewer@esahq.org, or Research team at research@esahq.org, for any questions.