Closed call

09 January - 14 March 2023

Project grant for international research collaboration within neurodegenerative diseases (JPND)

The purpose of this grant is to support international collaboration within the EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND). Sweden, via the Swedish Research Council, is one of the 18 countries taking part in the JPND call: “Large scale analysis of OMICS data for drug-target finding in neurodegenerative diseases”.

Support form: Project support

Subject area: Medicine and Health

Focus: JPND: Neurodegenerative diseases 

Applicant: Individual researcher who participates as 1 of maximum 2 Swedish project leaders in a consortium with partners from at least 3 participating countries. Only researchers at an administrating organisation approved by the Swedish Research Council may apply.

Grant period: 3 years

Grant amount: Minimum total 1 200 000 SEK (approximately 112 000 EUR). Maximum total 2 500 000 SEK (approximately 232 000 EUR) per project with 1 Swedish partner. Maximum total 3 250 000 SEK (approximately 303 000 EUR) per project with 2 Swedish partners. A Swedish participant who is also the coordinator of the consortium may apply for a further 500 000 SEK (approximately 46 500 EUR).

Start of grant period: January 2024

Call deadline:
Outline application:
For the consortium application to JPND: 7 March 2023 (12.00/12 pm) (Note: Time changed 7 March)
For the Swedish project leader’s application in Prisma: 14 March 2023 (14.00/2 pm)
Full application:
For the consortium application to JPND: 27 June 2023 (12.00/5 pm)
For the Swedish project leader’s application in Prisma: 29 June 2023 (14.00/2 pm)

Publication of grant award: No later than the end of October 2023

Please note:

  • If you are participating as a Swedish applicant/partner in an international consortium, you must submit a parallel application to the Swedish Research Council. This is a national eligibility requirement that must be fulfilled before we can approve your participation in the consortium application.
  • You will need to have a data management plan Opens in new window. for data generated within the research we award funds for. You must not send the plan to us, but according to our general grant terms and conditions, your administrating organisation must confirm that a data management plan will be in place when you start your project or equivalent, and also that the plan will be maintained.
  • Read here for information on project collaboration with researchers in Russia and Belarus Opens in new window.

Specific instructions for the call

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