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2016.12. 23Calls for Proposals FY2016 e-ASIA Joint Research Program (e-ASIA JRP) – Joint Call for “Health Research: Infectious Diseases, Cancer Research”

Call for Research Proposal

Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED) is pleased to announce a call for proposals for FY 2016 e-ASIA Joint Research Program (e-ASIA JRP) in “Health Research: Infectious Diseases, Cancer Research”. research area.

 Research fieldProject sizeResearch periodNumber of projects to be selected
1 Infectious Diseases

24 million yen/project as direct expenses

(full 3-year period)

3 years

FY2017-FY2019

0-2 projects
2 Cancer Research

24 million yen/project as direct expenses

(full 3-year period)

3 years

FY2017-FY2019

0-2 projects

Concept of e-ASIA JRP

The e-ASIA JRP was formally inaugurated on June 28, 2012 and the prospective member organizations are public funding institutions of 10 ASEAN member countries + 8 (Australia, Japan, New Zealand, China, India, Korea, Russia, USA).

The e-ASIA JRP pursues, in the prioritized fields for members (Health Research, Biomass and Plant Science, Disaster Prevention, etc.), state-of-the-art technologies and science as well as solutions to common issues to realize innovative and robust economies and societies in the region.

Prospective Applicants

Japan-based applicants

Please refer Application Guideline I. Eligibility for Japan-based applicants.

Solicitation Period

Proposals must be submitted by e-mail to the e-ASIA JRP Secretariat by 17:00 (Thai Standard Time, UTC+7) on 28th February 2017.

Yoshihide Kobayashi (Mr.)
e-ASIA JRP Secretariat
E-mail: easia_secretariat"at"jst.go.jp, Replace "at" with "@".

Japanese applicants also must submit a project title, a summary of the project, and detailed budget information in Japanese with their application forms through the online application system, “e-RadEXTERNAL-LINK” by 17:00 (Japanese Standard Time) on 28th February 2017.

Contact

AMED

Division of International Collaboration, Department of International Affairs
Email: e-asia "at" amed.go.jp, Replace "at" with "@".
Please contact us, preferably by e-mail using the above contact information.

Reference (Updated January 5, 2017)

 

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