PIIVeC’s Call for Proposals for Seed Fundings
PIIVeC (“Partnership for Increasing Impact of Vector Control”) is launching a call for proposals to seed funding. The purpose of this call is to provide funds to researchers or students at the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID) to develop research initiatives under the Departement of Parasitology and Microbiology. Each proposals will receive a maximum funding of £750 for a duration of 5 months. Proposals should focus on one of the following vector borne diseases including Trypanosoma, Leishmaniasis and Arboviruses.
Proposals should comprise of the following information: a CV of researchers involved and……please click on the following link for more information on what to provide
Deadline for applications: 17th Jun 2021, The applications should be sent to: email@example.com
Founded in 2017, the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID) is a Not-for-profit research centre providing an excellent environment for conducting high quality and internationally approved research on infectious diseases in Cameroon and Africa. With an excellent technical platform and in collaboration with the various national and international partners, CRID aims to support research on the continent through the training of young African scientists, in order to fulfil its vision which is to save lives through quality research and capacity building in tropical infectious diseases.
Our recruitment at CRID is purely based on skills, qualifications and experience. We are working to create a safe working area of work for all free from any prejudice.