Emergency Ebola Research Funding Call Closes To Applications

SciDev.Net: Emergency Ebola research funding edges closer
“A funding call for research to inform the management of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, which has killed more than 2,000 people, closed to applications [Monday]. The emergency research funding call was announced last month (21 August), giving expert teams from around the world three weeks to submit proposals. The aim is to produce robust evidence to contribute to the outbreak response, and draw lessons for future outbreaks…” (Hazelton, 9/8).

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