Non-EU countries are not always automatically entitled to funding and will need to contact the Institute to determine eligibility. However, in recognition of the opening of the US National Institutes of Health’s programmes to European researchers, any legal entity established in the United States of America is eligible for the following opportunities:
- SC1-DTH-01-2019: Big data and Artificial Intelligence for monitoring health status and quality of life after the cancer treatment – DUE APRIL 24, 2019
- SC1-DTH-05-2019: Large scale implementation of digital innovation for health and care in an ageing society – DUE APRIL 24, 2019
- SC1-DTH-09-2019: Scaling up the univocal Identification of Medicinal Products – DUE APRIL 24, 2019
- SC1-DTH-10-2019-2020: Digital health and care services – DUE NOVEMBER 14, 2018
- SC1-DTH-11-2019: Large Scale pilots of personalised & outcome based integrated care – DUE APRIL 24, 2019
- SC1-HCC-02-2019: Support for the large scale uptake of open service platforms in the Active and Healthy Ageing domain – DUE APRIL 24, 2019
All Horizon 2020 proposals will be submitted through the MSU ARDC. The Mississippi State University Assure Research & Development Corporation (“MSU ARDC”) is a 501(c)(3) supporting organization of Mississippi State University (“MSU”). In addition to other responsibilities, MSU ARDC was created to support the university’s research efforts by providing contract administration for select research activities with unique contractual challenges on behalf of the University; such as the Horizon 2020.