In keeping with the goals of the ECVIM-CA and the generosity of our sponsors, we have created a Clinical Studies Fund, whose aim is to encourage research and other contributions to knowledge relating to the pathogenesis, diagnosis, therapy, prevention, and control of diseases directly or indirectly affecting the internal organs of companion animals in Europe.
The Principal Investigator or Co-Principal Investigator for the Established Investigator Program needs to be a Diplomate of the ECVIM or ACVIM. If the latter, at least one member of the project team needs to be a Diplomate of the ECVIM and based in Europe (including the U.K.).
Only clinical projects that do not involve invasive or harmful procedures will be considered. An expert panel will review all proposals according to a common list of objective criteria and funding will be granted solely on scientific merit and availability of funding, after ranking the proposals accordingly.
Deadline for applications: 17:00 GMT on 8th June 2020.
Funding decision: Applicants will be informed of the reviewers’ decision by: 3rd August 2020.
The ECVIM-CA is deeply indebted to the following contributors to our "ECVIM Clinical Studies Fund" ECVIM-CA Congress Foundation
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The European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Companion Animals (ECVIM-CA) and the Purina Institute are pleased to announce the creation of the Purina Institute Resident Research Awards.
Serving as the global voice of Purina’s science and its more than 500 scientists and pet care experts, the Purina Institute aims to connect the most innovative minds in pet health by facilitating knowledge exchange and collaboration with veterinary and scientific thought leaders around the world. The creation of this awards program is yet another step the Purina Institute is taking in support of this goal.
This new award program will provide an enriching research experience for ECVIM-CA residents by working with skilled research-scientist mentors for small animal research relevant to ECVIM-CA specialties. The Purina Institute will award 40,000 € in Purina Institute Resident Research Awards in 2019. The maximum amount awarded per project will be 10,000 €. Key dates for this program are as follows:
Deadline for receipt of applications: 17:00 GMT on 21st October 2019
Reviewers’ decision to be communicated by: 17:00 GMT on 16th December 2019
This partnership with ECVIM-CA is a meaningful way for the Purina Institute to show its continuing commitment to research and the thought leaders of the future.
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As a champion of nutrition, the Purina Institute will share the company’s latest scientific breakthroughs and will provide objective, fact-based information sourced from the wider scientific community on current trending topics across pet and human nutrition with the goal of putting nutrition at the forefront of pet health discussions. To learn more about the Purina Institute visit www.purinainstitute.com.
The European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Companion Animals (ECVIM-CA) and European Society of Veterinary Endocrinology (ESVE) are pleased to announce the creation of the ESVE Pilot Research Awards.
The European Society of Veterinary Endocrinology (ESVE) is offering 10,000 € per year to fund small projects of an endocrinological nature through the ECVIM-CA CSF Committee. Funds are used to support two pilot projects with an endocrine focus per year, with a maximum of 5,000 € per project. No-cost extensions will be allowed if the project over-runs a year. The ECVIM CSF Terms and Conditions apply, including the need for progress reports.
Deadline for receipt of applications: 17:00 GMT on 12th October 2020
Reviewers’ decision to be communicated by: 17:00 GMT on 7th December 2020