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The research was funded by the Chief Scientist Office of the Israeli Ministry of Health, under the framework of ERA-NET PathoGenoMics, a European Commission funded imitative aiming at advancing transnational research in genome-based research programs on human-pathogenic microorganisms.
ERA-NET PathoGenoMics, a project funded by the European Commission, has been set up to establish sustained co-operation between national funding bodies and to co-ordinate their genome-based research programs on human-pathogenic microorganisms.
Marion Karrasch-Bott, Coordinator, ERA-NET PathoGenoMics said, "The Ph.
For the first time the USA will contribute funding to an ERA-NET Plus.
The call aims to generate joint European research and development activities in the field of pathogenomics by funding multi-national projects that unite researchers from at least three ERA-NET partner countries.
Marion Karrasch-Bott, Coordinator of ERA-NET PathoGenoMics.
This year we evaluated 8 candidate theses, recommended by the ERA-NET partners, all of which presented high quality and innovative science.
PECS, Hungary -- ERA-NET PathoGenoMics, an initiative of the European Commission aimed at advancing transnational genome-based research programs on human-pathogenic microorganisms, announced today the winners of the Ph.
ERA-NET is an instrument created for the European Commission to develop and strengthen the R & D collaboration between countries and regions in Europe, it said.
The participating ERA-NET PathoGenoMics partner countries and funding institutions include: Austria, Federal Ministry for Science and Research (BMWF) and The Austrian Science Fund (FWF); Finland, Academy of Finland (AKA); France, Institut Pasteur (IP), and The National Agency for Research (ANR); Germany, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and Project Management Juelich (PTJ); Hungary, Hungarian Academy of Science (HAS) and Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA); Israel, The Chief Scientist Office, Israeli Ministry of Health (CSO-MOH); Portugal, The Science and Technology Foundation (FCT); Slovenia, Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology (MHEST); Spain, Ministry of Science and Innovation.
The ERA-NET scheme will develop and strengthen the coordination of national and regional research activities by providing a framework for actors implementing public research programmes to step tip the coordination of their activities.
Objective: The ERA-NET NEURON Cofund will coordinate and align European and international research funding programmes in the area of brain-related diseases and disorders of the nervous system.