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    News 2020-06-08

    ERINHA Special Free-of-Charge SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Transnational Access Call


    Deadline for priority access is 22 June 2020

    European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents (ERINHA) extends its commitment to the current scientific effort by launching a call for proposals fully dedicated to COVID 19 / SARS CoV 2 research. With the support of the EU funded H2020 project ERINHA-Advance, ERINHA will offer the selected scientists and their projects free of charge transnational access (TNA) to its cutting edge high containment and complementary facilities.

    The selection of the projects will be based on peer review & scientific merit through fast track evaluation.

    Applications must fall into one of the following scientific sections listed below

    •  SECTION 1: Diagnosis tools & Immunological Tests for COVID 19 / SARS CoV 2
    • SECTION 2: Therapeutics against COVID 19 / SARS CoV 2
    • SECTION 3: Vaccines against SARS CoV 2
    • SECTION 4: Process development
    • SECTION 5: Other Tools & Methods related to COVID 19 / SARS CoV 2

     

    Submission deadline: Proposals are recommended to be submitted prior to Monday 22 June, 2020 for priority access. Proposals received after 22 June, 2020 will be evaluated, selected and implemented on a rolling basis.

    For more information go to ERINHA TNA calls page

    For any question, contact the CCU team

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