No, EWMA grant for innovative DFU projects covers only up to €10,000 EUR. Neither of the two research grants will exceed €10,000 EUR.
The grant can cover the following expenses:
• Some salary expenses of the main applicant;
• Salaries for all levels of positions, such as: research assistants, postdoctoral fellows, PhD students, employees paid hourly wages such as transcribers, student assistants, consultants, and statisticians;
• Direct operating costs, including materials and services;
• Equipment and devices;
• Travel expenses, accommodation and registration at international scientific conferences directly relevant to the project;
• Dissemination of knowledge: scientific articles, publications, posters, etc.
• Non-scientific, administrative expenses in relation to the project, such as accounting, administration related to payment of salaries and purchasing, hiring.
You cannot cover any administrative expenses that are not directly related to this project.
An early career professional is expected to have a track record of 2-6 years of research/professional experience.
A senior career professional is expected to have a track record of significant research/professional achievements in the last 7-10 years.
The application must be in English. Applications in other languages will not be taken in consideration.
The principal applicant must be working at educational institutions or health care institutions.
The scope and nature of the project is open to the applicant and could include but is not limited to support for: publication, research collaboration, research project etc. For more details about what exactly this grant can cover, see question 2.
The research grant will be provided at the opening ceremony of the EWMA Conference 2021, 14-16 April. From that date, the acquired funding should be spent within one year of the award.
Co-applicant(s) should contribute scientifically to the project, and this should be reflected in the application. All names and institutions for each co-applicant must be given. The principal applicant should inform the co-applicant about the project and that they have agreed to be mentioned in the application.
Under “Qualification” of the co-applicant, you should describe co-applicant’s research and publications relevant to this project.
It is not a requirement to have a co-applicant, however if selected the co-applicant’s role should be clearly outlined in the application. You can have more than one co-applicant if it is relevant and brings additional value to your project.
1. Applications can be submitted through the EWMA grant submission platform that you can access through this link
You can submit your application via email by sending it to Natalia Christiansen, email@example.com.
2. Applications can also be submitted by e-mail by sending the completed submission form to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can download the submission form here
You will receive a confirmation receipt to the e-mail address used for sending the application.
The final deadline is 20th December 2020. Any applications submitted after the deadline will not be taken in consideration.
All applications will be assessed by EWMA’s established expert committee and, occasionally, international peer experts. The committee will consist of experts with appropriate qualifications to review the quality, feasibility and novelty of the applications.
No, the decision of the expert committee is final.
All applicants will receive an answer to his or her application by email in the first quarter of 2021.
Grant recipients will be recognized and awarded at the opening ceremony of the EWMA Conference 2021.