Calls for Proposals Early-stage Female FY 2018 Viral Diseases and Immunology Research: U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program Collaborative Awards, 2018
|Status of Grants/Funding Opportunities||Grants/Funding Opportunities|
|R&D phase||Basic Study, Applied Study, Clinical Research|
|Key Fields||Other programs(1st)|
|Submission Deadline||2017.12.2 Sat|
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Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED), in collaboration with U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is pleased to announce the joint request for proposals on "Viral Diseases and Immunology Research: U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program Collaborative Awards, 2018."
- (1) Research areas
- Viral Diseases and Immunology
- (2) Project size
- 5 million yen for 1 year of support (including indirect cost)
- (3) Research period
- JFY 2018
- (4) Number of projects to be awarded
- 0-8 projects (expected)
For details please refer to the complete Request for Proposals:
Overview of US-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program
The U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program (USJCMSP), one of the oldest bilateral programs in the history of NIH, was established in 1965 (under a U.S. Presidential-Japan Prime Ministerial level agreement) to strengthen Japanese research capacity and address issues of public health importance in the Asia Pacific region. The program continues to maintain its value as a unique tool to foster U.S., Japan, and Asia Pacific Region research collaboration. For more information visit:
- Collaborative research teams consisting of investigators from (1) the U.S. and Japan, or (2) the U.S., Japan, and other Asia Pacific countries, are eligible to apply.
- On each application either the Japanese sub-team or the U.S. sub-team (or both) must include as a Principal investigator (PI) an early-stage or female investigator.
How to Apply
To apply, please follow the information on the Request for Proposals and the AMED Supplemental Application Guideline for Japanese Sub-teams (in Japanese).
Last updated 2017.9.26