EuroAgeNet & Hevolution Foundation – Grants/Funding opportunities

March 20, 2024

EuroAgeNet (the European Partnerships in Ageing Science) are delighted to announce their second call of funding for up to £2,500 for scoping visits to host or visit European partners.

They are offering funding to researchers involved in ageing related studies to undertake or host scoping visits to establish and strengthen relationships that bring together researchers from across Europe and the UK. Proposed activities should be designed to form new collaborations with the aim of creating cross-disciplinary insights into key aspects of the ageing process, to prime researchers to respond to opportunities for targeted research funding and to translate their knowledge into real-life benefits for the ageing population.

Guidance for applications:
Applicants are encouraged to review the European Partnerships to identify potential partner organisations whom they wish to pursue links with.

Applicants can apply for awards of up to £2,500 to cover 80% of the cost for two researchers to visit nominated partner(s). Applicants will be required to contribute 20% to the overall costs of proposed activities. Anticipated costs must be clearly described in the application form and all expenditure must take place before 31st July 2024, with a final report and cost related receipts submitted by 30th September 2024.

How to apply: Completed application form and principal applicant’s CV to be submitted to euroagenet@liverpool.ac.uk before 4 pm, Friday 22nd March 2024. Applicants will be notified as soon as possible thereafter. Application form with further details HERE, and will be available shortly on this website: European Ageing Network. Any questions should be directed to euroagenet@liverpool.ac.uk.

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Separately, the Hevolution Foundation Geroscience Research Opportunities (HF-GRO) have been announced for 2024.

Funding of up to $25m USD for approx 40-60 projects is available for 2024.

Application involves a Letter of Intent (LOI) and a potential peer review panel from front-runners.

Please see document HERE detailing the program and eligibility etc. Submission deadline for the LOI is 26 April 2024.