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MRC researchers, before applying for external funding, please submit all proposals to the Project Office, for the attention of Pierre Boshoff.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH)
United States of America

The NIH is the primary federal agency, in the United States of America, for funding and performing medical research.

Please note the NIH Grants Policy Statement (10/98): If you are intending to apply for NIH funding, you might like to start by looking at their Grants Policy Statement which includes a description of their policy on awards to foreign institutions, international organizations, and domestic grants with substantial foreign components. See

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
United States of America

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) serves as the national focus for developing and applying disease prevention and control, environmental health, and health promotion and health education activities designed to improve the health of the people of the United States.

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The Wellcome Trust United Kingdom

The Wellcome Trust is an independent charity funding research to improve human and animal health. Established in 1936 and with an endowment of around £13 billion, it is the UK's largest non-governmental source of funds for biomedical research.

European Commission, Framework Programme 7
(FP7) European Union

For guidelines on what is possible with the FP7, please visit the webpage of the European South Africa Science and Technology Advancement Programme (ESASTAP). South Africa and the European Union enjoy a privileged partnership marked by longstanding political, economic and development cooperation ties. The first intergovernmental agreement ever concluded between South Africa and the European Union, the Agreement on Science and Technology Cooperation signed in 1996, afforded South African researchers the opportunity to participate fully in the EU's Framework Programmes for Research and Technology Development. ESASTAP, a Specific Support Action, implemented by the South African Department of Science and Technology (DST) and funded by the European Commission (EC) under the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6), will significantly enhance the support and assistance available to both South African and European researchers to optimally leverage mutual benefits from this partnership. You will find information on searching for collaborating partners, mobility (SA to Europe and vice versa) funding, seed funding for building the early stages of collaborations, and how to access research funding.

European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) European Union
The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) was created in 2003 as a European response to the global health crisis caused by the three main poverty-related diseases of HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis. These diseases account for over 6 million deaths each year, and the numbers are growing. Sub-Saharan Africa is the world's worst-affected region where besides ravaging lives, they impede development and cause poverty.

European Commission/FP-7: FP7 final calls for 2012.
EDCTP current calls

Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases
(TDR) World Health Organisation

TDR funds specific research projects in diseases of poverty, which cover infectious diseases and the culture and environment that contribute to these problems. It also supports the development of individuals and institutions in the countries where these diseases are prevalent.

TWAS international

TWAS is an autonomous international organization, based in Trieste, Italy, that promotes scientific excellence for sustainable development in the South. Originally named "Third World Academy of Sciences", it was founded in 1983 by a distinguished group of scientists from the South under the leadership of the late Nobel laureate Abdus Salam of Pakistan. The Academy's strength resides in the quality and diversity of its membership - internationally renowned scientists elected by their peers.

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation private foundation

The Foundation funds research leading to innovations in health.

National Research Foundation (NRF) South Africa

The objective of the National Research Foundation (NRF) is to support and promote research in South Africa through funding, human resource development and the provision of the necessary research facilities, in order to facilitate the creation of knowledge, innovation and development in all fields of the natural and social sciences, humanities and technology.

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Other calls

Call for Nominations for NRF Sabbatical Grants to Complete Doctoral Degrees
The Call opens on 10 March 2014 and closes on 4 April 2014

In 2010 the Department of Science and Technology (DST) introduced the “Improving Academic Qualifications of Academic Staff and Researchers” funding to accelerate the training of doctoral candidates, as a once-off project.  In 2013 the DST renewed its funding commitment and extended this to a three-year programme.  Accordingly, the DST allocated R6 million for the 2012/13, R10million for the 2013/14 and R10 million for the 2014/15 financial years.

The NRF herewith requests the DVCs (Research) or equivalent, to nominate staff members of their institutions currently nearing completion of their Doctoral qualification, and for which they will undertake to make ‘sabbatical’ time available.  To qualify for this award, nominees must be in the process of completing the research for their doctoral studies and be preparing a thesis for examination. The award will be conditional upon the grantholder submitting a doctoral dissertation for examination and producing at least one scientific publication in an accredited journal within one year following the completion of the sabbatical leave. Awards of up to R100 000 for a 6-month period and up to R200 000 for a 12-month period will be made to successful applicants. Recipients of these awards will be selected from the applications, following nominations submitted by public universities and research institutions.

The attached nomination form will serve as undertakings to support the successful nominees in the case their applications become successful and all pages should be initialled and the nominations duly signed to be acceptable.

All nomination forms should reach the NRF by 4 April 2014.  The Call for Proposals will open on 7 April 2014 for application submission by the nominees.

Please use the following links to the,


[Source: NRF]

Call for Nominations for the  2014 NRF Awards
Nominations are requested for the NRF Awards in the following categories:

  • Transformation of the Science Cohort
  • Champion of Research Capacity Development at SA HEIs
  • Lifetime Achiever

Please see the Assessment Procedure document for the  eligibility criteria.
The NRF’s closing date for nominations is 23 April 2014. All nominations must be submitted by the Designated Authority at your institution.
Institutional requirements:

  • Institutions will be requested to identify no more than one nominee per category.
  • An appropriate internal nomination and screening process should be employed by the institution.
  • Written motivations on the template provided for the different categories (copies of templates attached) as well as the curriculum vitae (CV) of the applicant, should be included with each nomination and submitted to the NRF

Please use the following links to:


[Source: NRF]

National Research Foundation/National Natural Science Foundation of China – 2014 call for project proposals
Closing date: 28 April 2014

The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Africa are pleased to announce the 2014 joint call for research proposals, and herewith invite all interested parties to submit their applications, by 28 April 2014.

Aims of the programme:

  • To contribute to scientific advancement in both countries through the funding of joint research activities in specified research fields
  • To provide an opportunity for young researchers in the two countries to engage
  • To support the advancement of basic research
  • To contribute meaningfully to research capacity development

Areas of cooperation - proposals may be submitted in the following areas which have been designated as priority in the NSFC/NRF joint funded workshops:

  • Fungal bioresources (taxonomy; biodiversity; culture collection and barcoding)
  • Fungal ecology 
  • Fungal application (new bioactive compounds; new enzymes; new drugs; application in food; agriculture,  and bioenergy)
  • Fundamental and applied nuclear physics

Duration of projects: the projects will be supported for three years from October 2014 to September 2016.
South Africa: this call is open to employed researchers residing in South Africa and affiliated with a recognised higher education or research institution such as a university, university of technology or science council. An application must designate two Principal Investigators (PIs), one in South Africa and one in China, who will bear the main responsibility for the project including its technical and administrative coordination as well as scientific and financial reporting. The South African PI should possess at least a Master’s degree (preferably PhD). An application for the same research activity must in addition be submitted to the NSFC by the Chinese PI in order for joint funding to be considered. China: permanently employed researchers residing in China and affiliated with a recognised higher education or research institution which registers in NSFC. The Chinese applicant must possess an academic title of professor or associate professor and must be the PI of an on-going or completed NSFC research grant which duration is more than 3 years. Please read the Chinese version of the guidelines for details on the eligibility of Chinese applicants.

South Africa: via China: via The onus is on the applicant to find their own research partner. Proposals must be received in both China and South Africa.

Allowed joint research activities:

  • Joint workshops: holding meetings of equal numbers of researchers from each side alternately in China and South Africa.
  • Joint research: this collaboration includes visits and exchanges of leading and young scientists, and experts on the above-mentioned areas of cooperation.

Amount of funding for which you may apply:

  • South Africa: preferably not exceeding R600 000 over three years, commencing in 2014.
  • China: up to RMB800 000 (approximately USD130 000), over three years, to be paid in two instalments (60%: 40%) including both research funds and funds for international cooperation and exchanges.


  • South Africa: for programme-related queries contact Mr Teuns Phahlamohlaka at tel 012 481 4385 or; for grant-related and technical queries contact Ms Lee Anne Seymour at tel 012 481 4121 or
  • China: Prof Yongtao Zhang

Please see the full call for more details on allowed activities and expenses, evaluation of applications and contacts.

[Source: NRF]

SA-Germany Joint Science and Technology Research: Call for Thematic Cooperation Proposals (2013)

Closing date: 14 March 2014

Joint research proposals may be submitted in:         

  • Biotechnology for bio economy and health
  • Natural Resources (sustainable management and production)
  • Astronomy

In terms of human capital development, South African applications from previously disadvantaged researchers are encouraged, as is the involvement of historically disadvantaged higher education institutions. The projects will be supported for three years from 2014 to 2016. This call is open to working researchers residing in South Africa and affiliated with a recognised higher education or research institution such as a university, university of technology or science council. An application must designate two principal investigators, one in South Africa and one in Germany, who will bear the main responsibility for the project, including its technical and administrative coordination as well as scientific and financial reporting. The South African applicant must be in possession of at least a master’s degree (preferably a PhD). Commercial institutions and private education institutions are not eligible to apply under this programme.

Applications must be submitted through an online application process to the National Research Foundation (NRF) by accessing the link: No hard copies will be accepted and will automatically be disqualified by the NRF. Only applications endorsed by the research office or its equivalent at higher education or research institutions will be accepted.

The onus is on the applicant to find their own research partner. Proposals must be received in both South Africa and Germany. Proposals which have only been received in either South Africa or Germany, but not both, will not be considered for funding. The call process is highly competitive; therefore submission of an application does not guarantee funding. The availability of funds and the evaluation of applications from both countries should be positive for them to be considered for funding. The NRF will not be held responsible for non-submission, administration or evaluation of the application in the partner country.

Only applications endorsed by the research office or its equivalent at higher education or research institutions will be accepted. No hard copies will be accepted and or processed. Please ensure that an acknowledgment of receipt of the proposal has been sent by the NRF. Please note that the NRF will not be held responsible for applications that were not received. Researchers are also advised to ensure that their research partners’ applications are submitted and have also been received in Germany.

Further information, and contact people Mr. Teuns Phahlamohlaka at or Ms Lee-Anne at

[Source: NRF]

NCI/FIC Notice of Intent to Publish a Funding Opportunity Announcement for "Sub-Saharan African Collaborative HIV and Cancer Research Consortia (U54)"

Please find details here

[Source: NIH]

ESASTAP additional support for SA researchers who participate in FP7 programmes
The Department of Science and Technology is committed to promoting and supporting South African participation in the European Union funding programmes and in bilateral collaborations with European researchers. As such, we have evaluated the instruments established to support SA-EU partnerships with the aim of improving our service to the broader South African research community. We have thus, in preparation for Horizon 2020 and South African participation in the remaining FP7 calls, made provision for FP7 co-investment funding to include cover for some of the research costs and researcher's time working on FP7 funded projects.

To find out more about funding support, visit the ESASTAP website's funding section

ESASTAP is a Specific Support Action implemented by the South African Department of Science and Technology and supported by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme;, 012 843 6341 / 6338.

[Source: ESASTAP]

Chevening Scholarship Programme
Applications invited for Chevening Scholarship Programme from Young Professionals in Select African Countries to pursue PG studies in the UK British Council is currently seeking applications for the Chevening Scholarship Programme from young eligible and outstanding professionals in select African countries viz. Botswana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Africa, South Sudan, Uganda, and Zambia who are already experienced in their chosen profession and would like to further develop their career with a postgraduate course in the UK.

The Chevening Scholarship Programme is a prestigious awards scheme that funds international postgraduate students who want to study in the UK for one academic year.
Funded by the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office and administered by the British Council, the scheme operates in over 150 countries and annually provides funding for over 2,300 scholars.

Fields of Study: Economics, Finance, Banking, Law, Human rights, Public administration, Management, Project planning, Media, Political science, International relations, Diplomatic training, Environmental studies, although applicants for other courses (as varied as counter-terrorism, religion and energy/climate change) may be considered.

You are expected to show a commitment to return to your country, where you will contribute to the country’s socio-economic development using the new skills and knowledge acquired during your stay in the UK.

Eligibility - you can apply for a Chevening scholarship if:

  • You are a postgraduate student who can prove your academic success and who has already begun a career in your chosen field.
  • You have between two and five years working experience (depending on the country you are applying in), with an excellent track record illustrating your achievements and your potential to use the skills gained during your scholarship to make a difference in your country.
  • You have achieved an excellent mark for you undergraduate degree and can provide a transcript of your academic record. Specific academic requirements are available from the British Council offices in your country.
  • You are 21 years or older (there are upper age limits for specific countries so please ensure you check this during your applications process).
  • You are a resident in your country when you apply and provide your birth certificate (with translation).
  • You must have good English language skills (most UK Higher Education institutions require a minimum IELTS of 6.5 for admission into postgraduate courses).

Application Deadlines: Applications are only open at certain times of the year and differ per country.

More information

[Source: AFRO-NETS/]

From 1 April 2012, the British Council ceased to be the administrator of the Chevening Scholarships programme and will no longer be able to deal with Chevening enquiries. The FCO and the Association Commonwealth Universities (ACU) have set up an email contact point for the management of 2013/14 Chevening application process. For all enquiries please contact – the new email gateway for Chevening enquiries. Those existing candidates who have been. provisionally selected as a Chevening Scholar for the 2012/2013 academic year will be contacted by the new administrator. For more information please refer to: The Chevening Scholarships Secretariat at the ACU
Further information can also be found here

Basic Cancer Research in Cancer Health Disparities (U01)
Number PAR-12-095
FOA Purpose Through this Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), the Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD), the Division of Cancer Biology (DCB) and Division of Cancer Prevention (DCP), at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), encourage grant applications from investigators interested in conducting basic, mechanistic research into the biologic/genetic causes of cancer health disparities. These cooperative agreement research awards (U01) will support innovative studies designed to investigate biological/genetic bases of cancer disparities, and may include the development and testing of new methodologies and models, secondary data analyses, and mechanistic studies of identified biological factors associated with cancer disparities, including those related to basic research in prevention strategies. This FOA is also
designed to aid and facilitate the development of a nationwide cohort of scientists with a high level of basic research expertise in cancer health disparities research who can develop resources and tools, such as biospecimens, cell lines and methods that are necessary to conduct basic research in cancer health disparities.

Eligibility of Foreign Institutions:
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.

  • Open Date (Earliest Submission Date) May 20, 2012
  • Letter of Intent Due Date Not Applicable
  • Application Due Date(s) June 20, 2012; November 20, 2012; June 20, 2013; November 20, 2013; June 20, 2014; November 20, 2014 , by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
  • Earliest Start Date(s) April 2013, July 2013, April 2014, July 2014, April 2015, July 2015

[Source: NIH]

Fogarty HIV Research Training Program
The Fogarty HIV Research Training Program solicits applications under three different Funding Opportunities Announcements (FOAs):

  • Fogarty HIV Research Training Program for Low- and Middle-Income Country Institutions (D43, PAR-12-068)
  • Limited Competition: Planning Grant for Fogarty HIV Research Training Program for Low- and Middle-Income Country Institutions (D71, PAR-12-070)
  • Training Programs for Critical HIV Research Infrastructure for Low- and Middle-Income Country Institutions (G11, PAR-12-069)

The overall goal of the Fogarty HIV Research Training Program is to strengthen the human capacity to contribute to the ability of institutions in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) to conduct HIV-related research on the evolving HIV-related epidemics in their country and to compete independently for research funding. middle-income economies.)

Letter of Intent Due Dates: 24 June 2012; 24 June 2013; 24 June 2014
Application Due Dates: 24 July 2012; 24 July 2013; 24 July 2014

Further information

Pegasus Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships for International Students in Belgium
Flanders(FWO), a research foundation invites application for its research funding scheme known as Pegasus. There are 6 calls in total, distributed over 3 years for both Pegasus short and long fellowships. The applications are open for international researchers at postdoctoral level in all scientific areas. The research is conducted at one of the Flemish universities. These Flemish universities included Ghent University (UGent), University of Antwerp (UA), Free University of Brussels (VUB), University of Hasselt (Hasselt University), Catholic University of Brussels (KUB). Each fellow will receive a bench fee of 4.000 €/year which can be used for the purchase of research equipment, research travels and other issues related to the fellowship.

Study Subject(s): Study can happen in one of the  five scientific areas: Biological Sciences, Cultural Studies, Behavioural and Social Sciences, Medical Sciences, Science and Technology.

Eligibility: On the start date of the mandate, the candidate must have obtained a PhD in any scientific field. The Pegasus programme is open to all nationalities.

Scholarship Description: The goals of PEGASUS are:Excellent postdoctoral researchers to Flanders in order to contribute to the advancement of Flemish research.

Duration of award(s): Pegasus short term postdoctoral appointments are for one year at a Flemish university.

What does it cover? Every fellow receives a bench fee of 4.000 €/year. This can be used for the purchase of research equipment, research travels and other issues related to the fellowship. Medium size and large infrastructure, however, are to be provided by the host institution. Fellows have the opportunity to compete for an additional research grant up to 40,000 euro (covering research equipment and consumables), to the extent that they meet the criteria and regulations for FWO Research Grants.

The application form will be accessible online through the FWO e-portal.

Scholarship Application Deadline: For the short fellowships, there are 6 calls, distributed over 3 years.The remaining fellowships’ deadlines are: 01/02/2013, 01/05/2013, 01/02/2014 and 01/05/2014.(For the calls closing in February, the awarded fellowships will start on October 1 of the same year. For the calls closing in May, the awarded fellowships will start on January 1 of the next year.)

Further information


Image-guided Drug Delivery in Cancer (R01) (Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) Number PAR-13-185)
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) will support innovative research projects that are focused on image-guided drug delivery (IGDD), including real-time image guidance, monitoring, quantitative in vivo characterizations and validation of delivery and response. It will support research in development of integrated imaging-based platforms for multifunctional and multiplexed drug delivery systems in cancer and other diseases, quantitative imaging assays of drug delivery, and early intervention.

  • Earliest Submission Date: May 19, 2013
  • Letter of Intent Due Date(s): Not Applicable
  • Application Due Date(s): June 19, 2013; November 19, 2013; June 19, 2014; November 19, 2014; June 19, 2015; November 19, 2015, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.
  • Applicants are encouraged to apply early to allow adequate time to make any corrections to errors found in the application during the submission process by the due date.

The maximum period is 5 years.

Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed.

Purpose: This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) will support innovative research in image-guided drug delivery (IGDD) for cancer and other diseases. The overarching goals of this FOA are to support the development of quantitative in vivo imaging methods for IGDD across different physical and physiological resolution scales in order to interrogate tumor-drug interaction, study biodistribution, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and therapeutic response. Studies that are directed towards translation of IGDD technology to patient care will be considered appropriate for this FOA. This FOA will support research in development of integrated imaging-based platforms for multifunctional and multiplexed drug delivery systems for therapy.

For further information, please see the full call for applications

[Source: NIH]

Detection of Pathogen-Induced Cancer (DPIC) (R01) (Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) Number PAR-13-190)
This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA), issued by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), is to encourage research projects which focus on the interactions of carcinogenic pathogens with the human microbiome and the host for the detection of pathogen-induced cancer (DPIC). This FOA encourages research to assess molecular signatures associated with risk and early detection of pathogen-induced cancer and chronic inflammation associated with progression to invasive cancer. 

  • Earliest Submission Date: June 10, 2013
  • Letter of Intent Due Date(s): 30 days before the application due date
  • Application Due Date(s): July 10, 2013; December 11, 2013; July 10, 2014; December 11, 2014; July 10, 2015; December 11, 2015, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization.

The maximum project period is 5 years.

Non-domestic (non-U.S.) Entities (Foreign Institutions) are eligible to apply.
Non-domestic (non-U.S.) components of U.S. Organizations are eligible to apply.
Foreign components, as defined in the NIH Grants Policy Statement, are allowed.

Background and Rationale: Microbial Pathogens and Carcinogenesis. More than 20% of cancers worldwide are known to be associated with microbial pathogens, including bacteria and viruses. Numerous epidemiological studies have reported an increased risk of precancerous lesions and cancers associated with pathogens. It is widely believed that perturbations in the composition of the human microbiota may increase the risk of, or cause, cancer.  This has led to the hypothesis that the microbial ecosystem and interactions between infectious pathogens and host cells play a critical role in modulating cancer-related pathways. Systemic factors, such as the microbiome, inflammatory status, and other microbial-related factors might also modulate progression of precancerous lesions to aggressive cancer.

For further information, please see the full call for applications

[Source: NIH]


NRF Support Desk regarding updating of CVs
The NRF is opening several calls for submitting applications for funding.  We therefore want to remind applicants to please update or complete their CVs on NRF Online as well.  This should be done whether the application gets submitted electronically on the NRF systems (NRF Interim or NRF Online) or in hard copy format (e-mailed as a PDF document).  Applications will unfortunately not be considered if the CV has not be completed or updated. Contact: Bettie de Beer, Support Desk Co-ordinator, GMSA:Support Desk, tel 012 481 4034, fax 086 623 2665,

[Source: NRF]

NRF re Acknowledgement of the National Research Foundation in research outputs accruing from NRF support
Please use “National Research Foundation (NRF) of South Africa” in these acknowledgements.

The ISI Web of Knowledge and specifically the Web of Science provide us with the ability to comprehensively analyse research publications. This capability allows the NRF to benchmark the performance of the NRF and the South African Science system as a whole. The funding agency analysis assists the NRF to measure its own performance in relation to other agencies. It also gives an indication of what is being funded by the various agencies both nationally and internationally.

As with every information system the quality and completeness of information generated are directly related to the quality and completeness of the data that are entered. While analysing the 2010 publications which involved South African authors we discovered that 55% of the 9 325 records did not contain sponsor information. A further analysis of the 55% revealed several authors who received grants from the NRF did not acknowledge the NRF. It is for this reason that we request all NRF Grantholders as well as the entire research community to acknowledge the NRF (if you receive NRF support) as well as other sponsors.  This is critically important as the information allows the NRF to present an evidence-based case to government for additional resources for research.  We trust that you will honour this request.

[Source: NRF]

Africa Portal
The Africa Portal ( is an online knowledge resource offering researchers and opinion leaders a forum to share their insights on Africa and publish their work on pressing areas of concern to policymakers and the public. It aims to fill the gap in accessibility to research and information on policy issues on the continent.

A key feature of the Africa Portal is the online library collection, holding over 2,500 books, journals and digital documents relating to African policy issues. The entire online repository is open access and available for free full-text download. A portion of the digital documents housed in the library have been digitised for the first time as an undertaking of the Africa Portal project.

The project is a collaborative undertaking between The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), the Centre for International Governance Innovation in Canada, and Makerere University in Uganda.

For further information on the Africa Portal, contact Shona Kohler,

[Source: NRF]

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