Neurotorium Clinical Education Grants

Neurotorium Clinical Education Grants

We wish to strengthen clinical competencies within the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders through educational activities aimed at health-care professionals.

We believe that diversity strengthens education and for this reason diversity of applicants, including, but not limited to, gender, ethnic origin and socioeconomic background, is encouraged. We especially encourage projects that target low-income countries.

Project content

Neurotorium welcomes applications for funding for non-profit educational projects aimed at healthcare professionals. The teaching activities must be at the level of vocational or university-level education, including continued-education programmes. The projects must aim at reinforcing the understanding of the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders and their personal and societal consequences.

  • Projects must use, wholly or partially, the educational resources offered on our platform,

  • Projects must be firmly rooted in the environments in which the projects will be implemented. Therefore, projects must have the clear support of an established organisation.

  • Established organisations within this call include, but are not necessarily limited to, universities, institutions, hospitals, and clinics.

  • Projects can be planned as multiannual activities with recurring teaching programmes, over up to three years.

    Who can apply?

    Applicants and educators must have relevant experience for the proposed project.

    The project must be anchored within a non-commercial organisation and if granted, the funds can only be paid out to established organisations.

    The main applicant can only apply once
    per year.

    You cannot apply for projects or events that have been held before the expected approval of grants.

    How much?

    The Lundbeck Foundation expects to allocate DKK 2 million to this call per year. You can apply for up to DKK 100,000/year for a period of one to three years. The budget can only include direct costs. Travel expenses for participants with documented limited funds are accepted.

    What are the grant conditions?

    If your application is successful, you and your host institution will be required to accept Lundbeck Foundation’s General Terms and Conditions for Research Grants. A complete program, including a complete list of consenting educators must be in place for the funds to be paid out.

    The purpose of the Lundbeck Foundation is to create powerful ripple effects that bring discoveries to lives through investing actively in business and science at the frontiers of their fields.

    How to Apply

    For more information and job application details, see; Neurotorium Clinical Education Grants

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