Funding opportunities for researchers at Oslo University Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine/University of Oslo

This page list all calls relevant for researcher at Oslo University Hospital and the faculty of Medicine/University of Oslo, but please be aware that your eligibility to apply for some calls may depend on your place of employement. Check the call text or contact the team for external funding at the Faculty of Medicine or Oslo University Hospital.

Timeline of main calls 

Calls requiring hospital affiliation


Link to UiO pages

Funding opportunities

Relevant funding opportunities and sources for medical and health research.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation has several open calls on Parkinson's disease. Deadline pre-proposals: 19 April 2019.

The Innovative Medicines Initiative has published three topics for their 17th call. The deadline for short proposals (30 pages) is 25th April.

SCIENTIA FELLOWS II offers the opportunity to recruit postdoctoral fellows cofinanced from the EU. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Deadline for registration as a Host for Call 1 is 28 April 2019.

Acitve and Asissted Living Programme (AAL) has published a call on ICT-based solutions for ageing well. Deadline: 24 May 2019.

The Norwegian Cancer Society has just published their annual call. Deadline: 3 June 2019.

Familien Blix fond supports medical research, particularly within cardiovascular diseases and cancer. Coming deadline for applications is 25 June 2019

A pre-announcement of the ERACoSysMed 2019 Call for proposals has been released: 3rd Joint Transnational Call for European Research Projects on Systems Medicine. The call will be published on 1 February 2019.

The new research program between EEA (Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein) and the Czech Republic will soon be published. Proposals must be submitted by Czech institutions, while Norwegian institutions may be partners. Deadline: 20 August, 2019.

COST Actions provide funding for European research network activities. The next Collection Date is 5 September, 2019.

Mobility grants for research stays abroad are awarded to individuals whose positions are already funded under the Bedrehelse, Behandling or Helsevel programmes. Research stays should last 3 - 12 months. Deadline open-ended.