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Transatlantic Networks of Excellence in Cardiovascular Research Program
Fondation Leducq is a private charitable foundation, based in Paris, France, dedicated to improving human health through international efforts to combat cardiovascular and neurovascular disease. In support of this mission the Fondation Leducq has created the Transatlantic Networks of Excellence in Cardiovascular and Neurovascular Research Program, which promotes internationally collaborative basic, translational, and clinical research in cardiovascular and neurovascular disease. The principal aim of this program is to foster outstanding and innovative scientific research by bringing together international teams of researchers with complementary expertise and resources to work together on a common thematic problem. The proposals should aim to generate new knowledge with the potential to advance the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cardiovascular and neurovascular disease. Early career investigators play a vital role in these networks, which provide an excellent context for training and career development in cardiovascular and neurovascular research.
In the 2019-2020 application cycle, the Leducq Foundation will award four Transatlantic Network of Excellence grants, each for an amount not to exceed U.S. $6,000,000 over five years.
Due date for letters of intent: Sep. 5, 2019
Participants in a Fondation Leducq Transatlantic Network of Excellence Program must have expertise in cardiovascular, neurovascular disease, or a related ﬁeld, and must be aﬃliated with an academic research center. The North American Coordinator must be based geographically in North America, and the European Coordinator in Europe. In the consideration of whether a country is or is not a part of Europe or North America, conventional geographic boundaries will obtain. Accordingly, for example, Israel or Australia are not considered part of Europe. In past years, the Fondation Leducq limited participation in the Transatlantic Networks of Excellence Program to investigators from North America and Europe. The program is now open to investigators worldwide, with the exception of the coordinator role, as described above. Participation in a Leducq Transatlantic Network is contingent upon the commitment of the participant’s aﬃliated academic institution to abide by the ﬁnancial and intellectual property provisions, and the reporting requirements, found in the Summary of Material Terms.
Networks are awarded up to U.S. $6,000,000 over 5 years.