The call opened 14:00 23 January 2019
The call closed 14:00 26 February 2019
Research environment grant within clinical therapy research
(OUTLINE APPLICATION) The purpose of the grant is to provide support for clinical therapy studies that are justified by the needs of health and medical care and are expected to lead to patient and societal benefit within a relatively short period of time. Therapy studies refers to both intervention and observation studies. Areas such as prevention, diagnostics, follow-up, implementation, care and rehabilitation are also included. The grant aims to enable a constellation of researchers within county councils/regions and academia to work towards a common research goal. The Swedish Research Council rewards research of the highest scientific quality in national competition.
Support form: Research environment and collaboration support
Subject area: Clinical Therapy Research
Focus: Clinical therapy research
Applicant: Individual researcher
Participating researchers: No participating researchers may be invited to join the project outline.
Grant period: 3 years
Grant amount: The maximum amount is 20 million SEK for 3 years. The minimum amount you may apply for is 400 000 SEK per year.
Budget framework: A total of 240 million SEK over a 3-year period has been set aside for this call.
Outline application: The outline application closes 26 February (14:00)
Full application: The full application opens 12 June (14:00) and closes 27 August (14:00)
Publication of grant award: No later than the beginning of December 2019
Start of grant period: January 2020
- Please read and follow the instructions: In addition to this specific call text, you also need to read our Guide for applicants
- Please do not state anybody’s full personal identity number in the application.
- A new feature is that under this call, you must describe whether sex and gender perspectives are relevant in your research, and if so, how you will use such perspectives, or why you are choosing not to use them. How sex and gender perspectives are managed in the research project will form part of the assessment of scientific quality. Read more under the heading ”Research description”.
- As from spring 2019, you will need to have a data management plan (DMP) for data generated within the research we award funds for. You must not submit or send it to us with the application for a grant, 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 corresponding, and also that the plan will be maintained.
- Read more about grants awarded in previous years