Deadline: 31 May 2019. ASEAN DxD Initiative 1st Call for Proposal
Tarikh : 04 April 2019
Dilaporkan Oleh : Siti Nur Nazeha Bt Saiffuddin Zuhri
Kategori : Announcements
ASEAN DxD Initiative 1st Call for Proposal
(Deadline 31st May , 2019)
Assalamu 'alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh
Y.Bhg. Dato’ Sri /Prof/Dr./Sir/Madam,
The ASEAN Diagnostics Development (DxD) Initiative was jointly launched by Philippines’ ASEAN Network for Drugs, Diagnostics, Vaccines and Traditional Medicines Innovation (ASEAN-NDI) and Singapore’s Diagnostics Development Hub (DxD Hub) to co-develop diagnostic products among ASEAN Member States (AMS) that address unmet clinical needs in ASEAN. The ASEAN DxD Initiative was endorsed during COST-74 in Chiang Mai, Thailand on 8-11 May 2018.
The Philippines (PH) and Singapore (SG) are the founding co-chairs of the initiative. As part of the implementation of ASEAN DxD Initiative, a Strategic Planning Panel (SPP) was established to bring together experts and strategic stakeholders from each AMS to facilitate the development and delivery of diagnostics by ASEAN for ASEAN. The 1st ASEAN DxD Initiative SPP meeting (SPP-1) was held in Singapore on 24-25 September 2018.
The SPP-1 meeting concurred to focus for the first call for project proposals aligning with diagnostics for Dengue, Tuberculosis (TB), Hepatitis B and Malaria. Accepting of application will be on 20th March 2019 until 31st May 2019.
Applications pertaining to areas outside of the 4 key diseases may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Any AMS public and/or private sector entities are welcome to participate. Successful applicants shall be invited by the Initiative to co-develop a solution with a development fund up to USD$50,000 per project
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For submission of proposal, email :
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We look forward to your applications and we wish you all the best.
“Acculturating Itqan, Ikhlas and Excellence in Research & Innovation”
Thank you. Wassalam.
An announcement by
GRANT INITIATIVE UNIT
RESEARCH MANAGEMENT CENTRE
INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA