For the fifth consecutive year, PReS and PRINTO are happy to announce the annual call for projects in the context of the cooperation between the PReS Working Parties (WP2.0) and PRINTO, with the aim of fostering excellence in the field of Paediatric Rheumatology through diverse strategies, spanning from the provision of training and medical care to implementation of translational and clinical research
In this 2023 call, one single project will receive funds for a total of 3 years. PReS will grant a financial contribution to the winner of €10,000/year (total €30,000, covering primarily personnel, meetings and networking costs with volunteer participation from centres). Additionally, the equivalent of €30,000 in work force will be provided by PRINTO by way of technical, administrative and scientific support for the implementation of international collaborative studies (feasibility, databases, ethics committee’s submission, quality check on data collection, publications etc.).
The requirements to participate in the call are the following:
The following features may be considered in the evaluation:
The deadline for presentation of the projects is February 15th 2024.
For submission inquiries, please contact the PRINTO Coordinating Centre (email@example.com). You can download here the Grant template to be used. Please consider that any proposal not presented using the official Grant template will be excluded from evaluation.
In due course, the proposals will be peer-reviewed by a selection committee including the Research PReS Counselor (Chair), 1 PReS Council Member, 2 PRINTO Council Members and 1 patient representative.
Any publication(s) arising from the projects will be followed after the byline of authors “for the PReS WP2.0 (name of the WP2.0) and PRINTO” as per the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJEs) criteria (http://icmje.org) and the PRINTO publication policy (https://www.printo.it/publications/authorship-policy). The PI and co-PI will be first or last authors.
PReS Research Committee,
PReS Executive Council,
PRINTO Chairman and Senior Scientist.