Past calls for proposals
Social sciences and Humanities Research to improve health care implementation and everyday life of people living with a rare disease - EJP RD 2021
The European Joint Programme on Rare Diseases (EJP RD) has been established to help in coordinating the research efforts of European, Associated and non-European countries in the field of rare diseases and implement the objectives of the International Rare Disease Research Consortium (IRDiRC). Since 2019 it continues the funding effort of ERA-Net E-Rare that has successfully implemented ten Joint Transnational Calls for rare disease research projects between 2006 and 2018.
Joint transnational call 2021 for proposals on Personalised Medicine through the ERA-NET: ERA PerMed
The French National Research Agency, in partnership with 23 countries launches the fourth joint transnational call for proposals on “Multidisciplinary Research Projects on Personalised Medicine – Development of Clinical Support Tools for Personalised Medicine Implementation” through the ERA-NET ERA PerMed. This represents the third additional call not co-funded by the European Commission, and following the first co-funded call.
The ANR is launching its 15th Franco-German call for proposals in Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in collaboration with the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG).
Accélérer la recherche et l’innovation sur les Maladies Rares grâce aux bases de données (MR) - Appel à manifestations d'intérêt – 2020
Les maladies rares (MR) sont des pathologies chroniques handicapantes et trop souvent mortelles qui affectent chacune moins d’une personne sur 2000 au sein de la population générale. Toutefois, il est estimé qu’il existe 6000 à 8000 MR différentes et l’on estime qu’elles affectent 6 à 8 % de la population générale en France et en Europe. Face au défi que représentent ces maladies, de nombreuses initiatives ont été prises au niveau national et international.
Designed to improve France’s success rate in European Research Council (ERC) calls, Tremplin-ERC (T-ERC) is a funding instrument set up by ANR as part of its Work Programme 2021. T-ERC is open to all ERC research disciplines (LS, PE, SH).
FLAG-ERA (the Flagship ERA-NET) gathers National and Regional Funding Organisations (NRFOs) in Europe and beyond with the goal of supporting, together with the European Commission, the FET Flagship initiatives, i.e., the Graphene Flagship and the Human Brain Project (HBP) Flagship. One of its main aims is to set up and launch dedicated transnational calls to complement the Flagships.
Transnational Call for Projects on Nanomedicine in the context of ERA-NET EuroNanoMed III - 2021 Edition
The French National Research Agency (ANR), in partnership with 15 countries is set to launch a 12th joint transnational call for proposals through the ERA-NET EuroNanoMed (ENM) on Nanomedicine.
With the Joint Declaration of Intent on “Research and Innovation Network on AI”, France and Germany have reaffirmed their will to create a common AI ecosystem in order to create new collaborative proj
Le présent appel à projets entre dans le cadre du grand défi « biomédicament : améliorer les rendements et maîtriser les coûts de production » qui vise à répondre à un des enjeux majeurs de la product
BiodivRestore transnational joint call on “Biodiversity and Climate Change” in the frame of BiodivERsA and Water JPI partnerships
ANR joins the BiodivERsA and Water JPI partnerships to launch BiodivRestore call for proposals, which is cofunded by the European Commission, to fund transnational research proposals on “Conservation and restoration of degraded ecosystems and their biodiversity, including a focus on aquatic systems”. 31 national/regional funding organisations from 27 countries are joining this call co-funded by the following members’ countries: Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal (including Azores), Romania, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Tunisia.