New call for demonstrating Organ-on-a-Chip (OoC) technologies
Health~Holland, Top Sector LSH’s communication channel, has opened a new call for consortia to showcase Organ-on-a-Chip technology. The main objective of the call is the stimulation of early phases in Organ-on-a-Chip (OoC) technology development in the Netherlands.
Development of OoC showcases to demonstrate technologies
With the HHOOCS programme consortia are invited to develop an OoC showcase that integrates human stem cell or organoid in vitro cultures and/or microfluidics technology. Within a consortia project, the OoC must showcase at least:
- The integration of human stem cell or organoid cultures and/or microfluidics technology;
- Showing the feasibility to recapitulate key aspects of the anatomy and physiology of the human body, in health and/or disease.
Interested in applying?
The call is open for submission until the deadline on 24 January, 2019. In case you would like to apply for the HHCOOS programme, please note the following conditions:
- The consortium consists of Dutch research organisations and at least one company or private party based in the Netherlands. Although not mandatory, it is encouraged to involve as well one or more patient organisations and or health foundations in the project.
- Projects have a maximum duration of eighteen months and result in an Technology Readiness Level of at least 3 or 4.
- The grant (Public Private Partnership (PPP) Allowance) covers a maximum of 70% of the total fundable project cost.
- The maximum amount of PPP Allowance that can be applied for is € 500.000 per project.
- Private co-funding has to account for at least 20% of the total fundable project costs.
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