The research proposal must be submitted using the most recent ITI Research Grant application form that applies to the applicant’s country/region and in accordance with the ITI Research Grant Application Guidelines.
The grant amounts applied for must not exceed*:
|Country||Currency||Maximum Grant Amount|
|Small Grant||Clinical or Laboratory Research Grant|
|Europe including Russia and Turkey but without Switzerland and the UK||Euro (EUR)||EUR 38,000||EUR 150,000|
|Japan||Japanese Yen (JPY)||JPY 3,800,000||JPY 15,400,000|
|North, Central and South America and Asia but without Japan||US Dollar (USD)||USD 49,000||USD 194,000|
|Oceania||Australian Dollar (AUD)||AUD 66,000||AUD 263,000|
|Swiss Franc (CHF)||CHF 50,000||CHF 200,000|
|UK||Great Britain Pound (GBP)||GBP 29,00||GBP 116,000|
*The figures listed are valid for applications submitted by the 2013 deadlines and are adjusted annually in September for the following year based on purchasing power parity.
Only applications completed using the 2013 application form will be accepted for consideration. Any previous application forms are no longer valid.
The ITI Research Committee expects one file including the completed application form and the research plan (including all tables, graphs, figures, diagrams, charts and references).
There are two deadlines for grant applications each year: February 27 and August 31. The application deadline is binding. Late applications will not be accepted.
Submitted research proposals that do not adhere to the ITI Research Grant Guidelines (altered application forms, missing information or data, unclear budget, too many pages, missing signatures, etc.) will be returned for revision or rejected. Should this action, in connection with revisions, result in the deadline being missed, the proposal (in its complete form) will be deferred to the next application deadline.
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