ERA-NET ICRAD co-funded Call on infectious animal diseases (Opening 31 January 2020)
The first international Call on infectious animal diseases within the framework of the ERA-NET Cofund on International Coordination of Research on Infectious Animal Diseases (ICRAD) opened on 31st January 2020. The ERA-NET ICRAD builds on the successful work of two predecessor ERA-NETs (EMIDA and ANIHWA) and the global network of animal health STAR-IDAZ under Framework Programme 7 (FP7).
The main purpose of this call, co-funded with the European Commission (EC), is to support multi-disciplinary research to improve animal health and welfare, addressing some of the key epidemic and (re)-emerging threats such as African swine fever and avian influenza, and developing new detection and intervention strategies.
The Coordinator of the ERA-NET ICRAD is the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), with the main contact points Kristian Møller (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Per Hasselholm Mogensen (email@example.com).
Consortia applying must include a minimum of 3 independent entities from a minimum of 3 different countries being eligible and requesting funding from EU Member States, Associated Countries or Regions participating in the co-funded call and a maximum of 6 independent entities. The consortium cannot include more than two partners from a single country.
Applicants should follow eligibility rules of the call and the national/regional rules and regulations of their respective national/regional funding organisation as outlined in section 5.1 and Annex I of this document. In some cases additional application to the national/regional organisation is necessary. Applicants are also advised to check the national/regional regulations provided in Annex I and to contact their funding contact points.
See the ERA-NET ICRAD web-site (https://www.icrad.eu/calls/call-31st-january-2020 ) where you can access the ICRAD platform where pre-proposals can be submitted, as well as the ICRAD partnering tool which can be used to find potential cooperation partners.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 862605.