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EUGLOHRIA Seeding Grant

The European University Alliance for Global Health (EUGLOH) currently brings together LMU Munich, Université Paris Saclay, Lund University, Universidade do Porto and University of Szeged. Since 2020, the European Commission under the „Science with and for Society“ call within the Horizon 2020 Program finances the “European University Alliance for Global Health – Transformation through Joint Research and Innovation Action” (EUGLOHRIA). EUGLOHRIA consolidates the EUGLOH Alliance's efforts and achievements towards establishing a European University around Global Health by broadening its scope to include the "Research and Innovation" dimension.

The Alliance is pleased to announce the “EUGLOHRIA Seeding Grant” for researchers and young investigators at LMU who want to collaborate with researchers at any of the the partner universities within EUGLOHRIA

General information:

  • Researchers affiliated with any of the five EUGLOHRIA Alliance partner universities (Université Paris-Saclay, Lund University, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (including LMU Klinikum), University of Porto, University of Szeged) are eligible to apply.
  • It is important that all applicants follow all the guidelines for the completion of the EUGLOHRIA Seeding Grant application form as outlined in the instructions for applicants.
  • Important: Please be aware that the EUGLOHRIA seeding grants does not support a researcher with more than one grant at the same time, regardless of whether the projects are in related fields or not.

For LMU applicants:

Application phase is now closed. Please contact euglohria@lmu.de should you have questions about the EUGLOHRIA Seeding Grants. The coordination of all administrative work for all applications sent to each host institution will be managed by the respective host university within the Alliance.

For more information and application please contact your local representative:

For LMU:

For more information and additional local representatives please visit the EUGLOHRIA Seeding Grant website