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ERA-NET NEURON

All information on the ERA-NET NEURON Multinational and Translational Research Projects on Cerebrovascular Diseases

What is the ERA-NET NEURON network?

The ERA-NET NEURON is a network of 27 research funding organizations and ministries from 23 countries participating to support basic, clinical and translational research in the diverse field of research into the brain and its diseases.

ERA-NET NEURON Cerebrovascular Diseases Call

Call title: Call for Proposals for Multinational and Translational Research Projects on Cerebrovascular Diseases including Small Vessels and Brain Barriers Dysfunction

Funding: Subject to National funding organisations

Deadline: Pre-proposal: 8 March 2022 / Full proposal: 28 June 2022

Consortium: A consortium is expected to include 3 to 5 partners from at least 3 different participating countries. Proposals may be submitted by research teams working in universities, research institutes, non-university public or private research organisations, hospitals or foundations, as well as in commercial companies (SMEs). Participating countries: Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan and Turkey.

Scope: The aim of the call is to facilitate multinational, collaborative research projects that will address important translational questions in the areas of stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases including small vessels disease (CSVD) and the dysfunction of brain barriers. The present call aims to fund preclinical and clinical research addressing the pathophysiology and therapeutic developments for stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases. The development of preventive, diagnostic or therapeutic approaches including pharmacological studies and technological developments based on pathophysiological mechanisms are within the scope of the call.

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