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Fundamental Research , with high professional technical titles;
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The fund supports Major Research Programs on molecular mechanism of malignant transformation in non-controllable inflammation, discovery and functional annotation of critical nodes in non-controllable inflammatory regulatory networks and dynamic network regulation of malignant transformation of non-controllable inflammation.
How to Apply
The applicant should log in to ISIS system and fill in the application form online. The funding category should be selected as “Major Research Program”; the subcategory should be selected as “integrated project” or “development project”; the annotation should be “Regulatory Network and Molecular Mechanism of Malignant Transformation of uncontrollable Inflammation”.
1. The applicant should have experience of undertaking fundamental research topic or other experience on fundamental research.
2. The applicant should have high professional technical positions(titles).
3. The applicant should have experience of undertaking development project or key supporting project for Major Research Program and the project should have achieved nominated progress.
On-station postdoctoral research fellows, graduate students, unemployed personnel or personnel whose institution is not host institution are not eligible for the project.
Project Duration: 1 year
The proposal should be submitted online during August 21, 2017 – August 25, 2017, 16:00. And the application form should be printed and sealed by host institution and be sent to Material Reception Office of NSFC, 83 Shuangqing Road, Haidian District (Room 101 in Administration Building) with official letter issued by host institution and a list for applied projects before September 1, 2017, 16:00.
The Host Institution
There shall be no more than 2 cooperative research institutions for the development projects and key supporting projects, and the cooperative institutions of integrated projects shall include no more than 4 institutions.
Office 9 in Department of Health Sciences, NSFC