Please note that the Novo Nordisk Foundation is implementing a new application system over the summer. Applications for Steno Collaborative Grants must be created in the new system, which will be open for applications from August 7th, 2018. By that time, “Information and Guidelines for Applicants 2018” will be updated with relevant technical information regarding the application system.
With the Steno Collaborative Grants, the Novo Nordisk Foundation wishes to ensure collaboration between research groups from the established Steno Diabetes Centers and research environments outside the Centers.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation invites proposals for diabetes-research collaboration projects in Denmark, within the fields of:
- Clinical research in the broadest sense, including translational research, epidemiology and big data
- Research within the characteristics of the Steno Diabetes Centers, including digital health and diabetes, continuity in patient care, type-2 diabetes, health promotion research, and education
Due to the collaborative purpose, the project must comprise a PI and 1-4 co-PIs. The PI should be from a Steno Diabetes Center or from a Steno Partner institution.
The research group must consist of at least one person from a Steno Diabetes Center, and co-applicants employed at a university, hospital or other non-profit research institution in Denmark or abroad.
A high degree of cooperation and achievement of synergy between the participants in the projects is important to ensure sharing of new knowledge and experience between research institutions.
Further eligibility rules are described in ”Steno Collaborative Grants 2018, Information and Guidelines for Applicants”.
Funding is for grants from DKK 100.000 and up to DKK 25 million for projects with a grant period of up to 4 years.
Funding is available for e.g. direct project costs and operating expenses, small equipment, travel costs, publication costs and salary for research and technical assistance. In addition, salary of a qualified substitute clinician to undertake the clinical responsibilities of the awardee.
The application must be completed and submitted using the foundation’s electronic application system, which can be accessed from August 7, 2018. When the application systems opens, a link will appear on this page.
Please read the complete call with detailed information in ”Steno Collaborative Grants 2018, Information and Guidelines for Applicants”.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation’s Committee on Steno Research Collaboration will evaluate the applications.
Senior Administrator Kirsten Klüver by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone: 35 27 66 74
Scientific Officer Susanne Hede via e-mail: email@example.com, or phone: 35 27 66 29.