Belgian Heart Fund - Multicentre Randomised Clinical Trials in cardiology
Support for multicentre randomised clinical trials in cardiology.
What is it about?
The call concerns non-commercial projects for multicentre randomised clinical research in the field of cardiovascular research. The research must be centred on the patients and aimed to explore the benefit of interventions (medical or non-medical) in patients with cardiovascular disease. The research should have a multicentre study design with randomisation between intervention and control. The research has to be carried out in 2, or more Belgian institutions.
Are you interested in support for research projects in other domains of cardiology? Have a look at the other ongoing calls:
N° 1. Basic research in cardiology, launched by the Belgian Heart Fund, Fund Walckiers-Van Dessel and Fund Fernand Léonard.
N° 2. Clinical research in cardiology , launched by the Belgian Heart Fund and the Fund Fernand Léonard.
N° 3. Call for Multicentre clinical trials, launched by the Belgian Heart Fund.
N° 4. Prize Léon Dumont, launched by the Belgian Heart Fund.
N° 5. Call for translational and clinical research in cardio-oncology, launched by the Fund for Research in Cardio-Oncology.
Who is it for?
The call is open to researchers employed for more than 2 years in an academic centre, a university hospital or a non-university hospital in Belgium. The applicant should be the principle investigator of the project. Project leaders of selected project should be a member of the Belgian Society of Cardiology for the duration of the project.View the selection criteria
How to submit an application?
Make sure you are eligible for this call for projects.View the selection criteria
Connect up to your account via https://candidate.kbs-frb.be, or create an account if this is your first application.
Complete the application form online (you can take your time and do it in several stages if you like).
When your application has been fully completed, send it in.
We will send you a confirmation by e-mail, as well as a pdf of your application.