The CA17140 Cancer nanomedicine - from the bench to the bedside call for VIRTUAL NETWORKING SUPPORT GRANT is now open!
The aim of the Virtual Networking Support Grant is to promote and stimulate virtual collaboration among the members of the CA17140 Action.
Applicants are CA17140 Action participants with a primary affiliation to an institution located in a COST Full or Cooperating Member country or MC Observers from a COST Near Neighbour Country.
Applicants shall be prepared to develop a virtual networking strategy, coordinate the call for expression of interest for the Virtual Mobility Grants and draft at the end of the grant period a report.
EVALUATION AND SELECTION OF APPLICANTS
The evaluation of applications is performed by the CA17140 Action’s Core Group acting on behalf of the MC. The selection of successful grantee shall be based on contributions to the overall objectives of the Action and the implementation of the COST Excellence and Inclusiveness Policy.
The applications shall be submitted in e-COST and include required information detailed in the Vademecum, section 10.1.2.
IMPLEMENTATION OF ACTIVITIES
The successful applicant shall take the Virtual Networking Support (VNS) Manager role in the COST Action 17140. The minimum requirements on activities expected to be performed by the successful applicant are listed in section 10.1.3 of the Vademecum.
The grantee has 15 calendar days from the end of the Grant Period to submit a report.
Deadline for applications submission: 18 June 2021
A financial contribution of up to EUR 4 000 will be awarded within the Grant Period lasting until October 31, 2021.
The VTN userguide can be donwloaded from this page. We look forward to receiving your applications!