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In September 2011, Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Biomedical Research Council (A*STAR) and National Health and Medical Research Council, (NHMRC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of general cooperation to promote and encourage research and development activities amongst researchers from Singapore and Australia.
A*STAR and NHMRC determined that research into the use of integrative technologies, including bioinformatics, genomics (computational genomics, evolutionary genomics, functional genomics) and proteomics, to combat emerging infectious disease was a mutually benefit topic for the first joint grant call under the MoU.
A*STAR and NHMRC allocated a total of up to SGD$4.5M/AUD$3.5M to support up to six collaborative research projects for up to three years duration. The amount funded for each project will be between SGD$500k/AUD$390k - SGD$1M/AUD$780k.
Outcomes of the A*STAR/NHMRC Joint Grant Call for Research on Utilising Integrative Technologies to Combat Emerging Infectious Disease
The outcomes of the A*STAR/NHMRC Joint Grant Call for Research on Utilising Integrative Technologies to Combat Emerging Infectious Disease were announced on 10 April 2013. Five grants were awarded funding with NHMRC providing $1,770,951 and A*STAR providing $2,205,400.
Page last updated on 15 January 2015