Horizon Europe: Opportunities for Digestive Health
UEG offers to participate in Horizon Europe calls.
We aim to support the Digestive Health Research community in getting European funding by participating in Horizon Europe proposals. For now, UEG will participate in Horizon Europe project proposals as partner in the communication and dissemination workpackages.
Proposal coordinators should contact UEG at the latest 8 weeks before the submission deadline for 1-stage proposal and 4 weeks for 2-stage proposal. UEG commits to answer to your demand within two weeks maximum.
How to apply:
We require a two-page document in English emailed to , featuring
Applications are considered until the maximum number of UEG participation is reached. Your application will be kept confidential and reviewed by experts of the UEG Research Committee featuring experts from different disciplines.
UEG also offers Start up grants of €10.000 for pan-European consortium forming initiatives in the exploratory (pre-stage-I) phase of applications to Horizon Europe to organise consortia meetings. Please send a document with the same points as above to to ask for UEG Participation. Instead of UEG activities & priorities, please mention the overall objectives and activities planned by the consortia. Through this grant, UEG provides you with excellent meeting facilities at UEG Headquarters in Vienna or at UEG Week and reimbursement of costs for accommodation & travel (economy airfare) related to your meetings.
Horizon Europe is the European Union’s main funding instrument for research and innovation. The goal is to ensure Europe produces world-class science, removes barriers to innovation and makes it easier for the public and private sectors to work together in delivering innovation.
Several calls are open and of interest for the Digestive Health community in Horizon Europe. A non-exhaustive list of calls:
Please have a look at the funding and tenders portal for more or look at the full list of open and planned calls for the workprogramme of Cluster on Health, the Mission on Cancer, or the Innovative Health Initiative.