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Overview

The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) was established in 1969 with the aim to deliver on a mandate to promote the improvement of the health and the quality of life of the population of our country through research, development and technology transfer.

The scope of the SAMRC’s research includes basic laboratory investigations, clinical research and public health studies.  Research at the SAMRC focuses on the ten highest causes of death in South Africa and includes TB, HIV, chronic diseases, alcohol and drug abuse, and women’s health.


 
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bullet Request for Applications: SAMRC Collaborating Centres for TB and/or HIV/AIDS Application deadline date - 21 October 2014
bullet Request for Applications: MRC Research Strengthening and Capacity Development Funding Opportunity for selected South African Universities. Application deadline date - 15 October 2014
bullet MRC Funding guide/diary (pdf format, 88 kb)
bullet SHIP Request for Applications (RFA's)
bullet South African Medical Research Council  - Global Alliance for Chronic Disease. Call for Research Proposals: Prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes. Application deadline dates as per co-funding agency’s timelines.

The South African Medical Research Council strongly supports excellence in health research and has established a set of medal awards to recognise world-class science.

The Awards are among South Africa’s most prestigious and are dedicated to contributions to health research in South Africa.

Events

Image 03 HIV R4P Global Conference, 28 - 31 October 2014, Cape Town

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16 October, 2014
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