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Call for Joint Research Proposals – Global Health Initiative

The Berlin University Alliance is addressing the question of how to improve the health of all people worldwide and eliminate social injustices, with an agenda that is clearly geared towards the global challenges of our time. This agenda includes, among other things, the explicit promotion of projects in the field of global health, which the researchers in the network deal with in an interdisciplinary and multi-perspective manner across various research areas. The current call for funding proposals with the National University of Singapore ties in with this objective and the projects within the Grand Challenge Initiatives.

The NUS is not only one of the leading universities in global health research, it also has a large number of topic-specific relationships with partner countries in South-East Asia due to its geographical location. The current call for proposals allows the initiation and the development of joint global health research projects between the Berlin University Alliance and the NUS with the aim of pooling expertise and shaping long-term cooperation with the NUS with regard to key issues.

Funding of up to 15,000 euro per project is available for the German project team and up to 20,000 SGD for the partner team in Singapore. In order to be eligible for funding, applying teams must have at least one member from the Berlin University Alliance and the NUS. Further funding criteria, content details and explanations of the application process can be found in the call for proposals:

The deadline for applications is December 15, 2020 at 2 p.m.

If you have any questions or concerns, please promptly contact:

Aleksandra Laski, Strategic Partnership Manager
Tel.: +49 30 / 2093-20084
Email: aleksandra.laski@berlin-university-alliance.de 

If you’re an NUS applicant and have any questions, please contact:

Chan Ching Ting (dprcct@nus.edu.sg)
Office of the Deputy President (Research & Technology)
National University of Singapore