Utlysningar

Upcoming call: Widespread diseases 2016-2017, step 1

Opens: November 2016

Closes: end of January/beginning of February 2017

Focus: Innovations in the field of widespread diseases or any risk factors and complications from widespread diseases. Projects should have achieved Technical Readiness Level (TRL) 3. Criteria are found in the project description template. This call will be similar to Swelife’s last call, Call for widespread diseases 2015-2016.

For whom? Consortia of universities, research institutes, healthcare organisations, companies, and other relevant stakeholders. The consortium must consist of partners from at least two of the following areas: academia (including institutes), industry or healthcare. The end user or recipient (patient, client, customer etc.) is to be actively represented in the project.

Budget: Maximum 1 MSEK per project for max 1 year. Please note that 50% co-funding is required. The call has a total budget of 12 MSEK.

To prepare your project for the application, you are welcome to contact one of Swelife’s local coordinators.

Swelife’s calls are handled through Vinnova.

 

Upcoming call: Widespread diseases 2016-2017, step 2

(open for projects previously funded by Swelife)

 

Opens: spring 2017

Closes: TBA

For whom? This call exclusively targets projects previously funded by Swelife. Target group will be personally invited to apply.

Budget: Maximum 5 MSEK per project for maximum 2 years. Please note that 50% co-funding is required. The call has a total budget of minimum 14 MSEK.

Swelife’s calls are handled through Vinnova.

 

 

 

Previous calls

SWElife utlysning inom diabetes 2016-06-07 - 2016-09-15
Call for widespread diseases 2015-2016 (missing link) 2015-12-01 - 2016-02-02
Call for biomarkers in tumor disease 2015 2015-06-05 - 2015-09-10
Call for NCD spring 2015 2014-12-15 - 2015-03-04
Call for diabetes 2014 2014-07-04 - 2014-09-22

THE HANDS-ON MODEL

– LET US SUPPORT YOUR APPLICATION!

We are happy to offer guidance and support in order to strengthen the quality of your application or project, increasing the possibility for funding. In this process, we use the Swelife hands-on model. You are very welcome to contact your local Swelife co-ordinator, who can tell you more and connect you with your local innovation actor.

 

Swelife Hands on-co-ordinators:

Göteborg

Göran Leonardsson, Sahlgrenska Science Park
goran.leonardsson@sahlgrenskasciencepark.se
+46 706 31 01 42

Lund
Johanna Asklin, LU Innovation
johanna.asklin@innovation.lu.se
+46 70 698 57 00

Stockholm
Bo-Ragnar Tolf, Karolinska Institutet Innovation Office
bo-ragnar.tolf@ki.se
+46 8 524 869 91 or +46 722 53 27 58

Linköping 
Ali Moshfegh, LiU Innovation
ali.moshfegh@liu.se
+46 13 28 89 15

Umeå
Helén Fält, Umeå Biotech Incubator (UBI)
helen.falt@ubi.se
+46 90 15 49 75

Uppsala
Erik Olaisson, Uppsala BIO
erik.olaisson@uppsalabio.com
+46 70 366 11 40

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