The Amsterdam Cardiovascular Sciences provide funds to support collaboration between scientists from both institutes. The board of directors of ACS has decided to invest the budget of 2018-2019 on the following grants:
When a PI from ACS organises an conference () in the field of Cardiovascular research in Amsterdam, it is possible to obtain financial support from ACS. A budget of maximum €1000 is available for each full day of the conference. Additionally, for one invited/keynote speaker, on the condition that this speaker’s lecture is open for all ACS scientists, a budget of maximum €1500 can be spent on hotel and travel expenses. Click here for conditions and more information.
Contribution to Printing Costs for Thesis from ACS (open)
ACS will as from January 2018 contribute €250 towards the printing costs of the thesis for ACS PhD candidates, graduating in 2018 or 2019. Click here for conditions and more information.
ACS equipment call 2018 (closed)
All departments of VUmc participating in ACS and that preferably collaborate with scientists within the AMC could apply for the Equipment Call 2018. All equipment financed by an ACS grant can be used by any ACS scientist after contacting the coordinator.
Post-doc grant (closed)
Grants for a full-time 1 year post-doctoral project (€70.000 per grant). The grant provides excellent young PhD the opportunity to obtain post-doc experience in a prestigious research center abroad.
Who: All ACS scientists presently on a postdoc contract.
MD/PhD grant (closed)
Grants for a 1 day a week protected research time, 2 year post-doctoral project (€25.000 per grant). The MD/PhD grant is aimed at continuing research to become a good clinical investigator along with obtaining a medical specialization.
Who: Medical Specialist in training who obtained their PhD before their specialist training, or in the first 2 years of their training and started their training after January 2014. At the start of the grant there should remain at least 2 years of specialist training to combine with research.
Out of the BOX grant (closed)
The Out of the BOX grant (OOTB; €25.000 per grant) should be used to strengthen a future grant application, in which researchers from the AMC and VUmc participate. Possible options for applications: proof of concept experiment, costs for unique (expensive) imaging or genetics studies, working visit abroad to gain expertise, or any other innovative idea which will improve your future grant application.
Who: Collaboration between a VUmc and an AMC project leader of ACS
NB: A researcher may only submit one OOTB proposal.
Grants support and services AMC/VUmc
Research funding support is offered to AMC researchers and VU or VUmc researchers at their respective grant offices.
: depending on the employment institution of the applicant, the relevant office must be contacted, i.e. Grants Desk VU/VUmc (E: firstname.lastname@example.org for personal grants only) or AMC Research Office (E: email@example.com) to enter the support group trajectory.
: depending on the legal entity registered in the application (AMC, VUmc or VU), applicants are advised to inform their respective research support offices to enter the support trajectory such as the EU grants support trajectory, i.e. AMC Research Office grants support (E: firstname.lastname@example.org), or Grants Desk VU/VUmc (E: email@example.com).
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have specific questions. The AMC Research office together with the VU/VUmc grants desk can arrange presentations for the institutes to discuss research funding opportunities and support.