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4 July 2022
The Integrated Services for Infectious Disease Research (ISIDORe) announces the launch of its first emergency call for proposals, open to all, to support scientists with an interest in Monkeypox Virus (MPXV).
The requests for free of charge transnational access to ISIDORe services for supporting and advancing research must be focused on one of the topics listed on the ISIDORe website. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis, based on their feasibility and scientific merit (through independent peer review). Selected projects will be implemented as rapidly as possible. Fill out and submit your pre-application before 05 August 2022, 23:59 CEST
The emergency call is divided into six main sections which are: Surveillance & Epidemic Risk Management; MPXV Natural history; Diagnostics; Therapeutics; Vaccines; and Social Sciences & Epidemiology. The call is multidisciplinary and open to all scientists both from academia and private sector.
ISIDORe, an interdisciplinary project coordinated by European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents (ERINHA), is funded by the European Commission Horizon-Europe programme through the HERA incubator call and brings together all key European life-sciences research infrastructures and networks, as well as those in the social sciences.
The Consortium brings together 154 partners under the umbrella of BBMRI, EATRIS, ECRIN, ELIXIR, EMBRC, EMERGEN, EUOPENSCREEN, EUROBIOIMAGING, EVA-G, INFRAFRONTIER, INFRAVEC, INSTRUCT, MIRRI, SONAR GLOBAL, TRANSVAC, VETBIONET and ERINHA.
Diana Stepanyan, Head of External Affairs
Dylan Bonfils, Communication & External Affairs Officer