Resource Awards for European Diabetes Research

Deadline: 03/05/2006
March 6, 2006

EFSD and Pfizer will partner, with a view to funding in 2006, one or more EFSD/Pfizer Resource Awards for European Diabetes Research. The total amount available will be Euro 200,000. The aim of the(se) award(s) is to allow for development of a resource for diabetes research, which will be available on an open-access basis or at nominal cost to all researchers in the field in Europe.

Details here
Contact: Viktor Jörgens, MD., Executive Director
Address: European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes
Rheindorfer Weg 3
D-40591 Düsseldorf, Germany
Telephone: +49 211 75 84 69 0
Fax: +49 211 75 84 69 29
Email: Foundation(at)easd.org

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