Stichting Management Apothekers en de Gezondheidszorg
STIMAG's main objective is to improve healthcare. STIMAG wants to achieve this by subsidizing medical scientific research with an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary component.
Innovative research is needed to achieve improvements within healthcare. Collaboration between different disciplines can contribute to accomplish this. STIMAG wants to award grants for multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary scientific projects to encourage researchers to approach scientific challenges from a different point of view, thereby encouraging cross-disciplinary research and new innovative partnerships.
Who can apply?
Scientist working at Dutch scientific institutions that have a common purpose can apply for a grant. Young scientists in PhD or postdoc position are preferred.
Applications can be submitted for research projects that approach a scientific question from at least two disciplines, one of which must have a (bio) medical nature (this includes pharmacy, bio-pharmacy and medicine).
- Grant applications can be submitted for scientific research, potentially leading to improvement of healthcare in the Netherlands.
- Grants can be applied for by scientist working at Dutch institutions that have a common purpose. Young scientists in PhD or postdoc position are preferred.
- Grants are not granted to commercial institutions.
- Applications can be submitted for research projects that approach a scientific question from at least two disciplines, one of which must have a (bio) medical nature (this includes pharmacy, bio-pharmacy and medicine).
- Integration of disciplines must be innovative, the innovative aspects must be clearly formulated in appendix I of the application form.
- Research projects with social impact are preferred.
- Research projects with cross-institutional collaborations are preferred.
- The application must be complete to be evaluated.
The maximum amount that can be requested for a research project in the grant application round of 2021 is €50,000
Applications can be submitted via e-mail: