Dec. 10, 2018
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COMULIS: Network of Correlative Multimodal Imaging

COMULIS homepage is online now, the network of Correlative Multimodal Imaging (CMI) funded by the EU framework COST. You will find two open calls & more details on the homepage. This grant period will end already in April 2019. COMULIS will be funded till end of 2022.

1) STSM Call: Continuously Opened-Call, Applications for the STSMs can be submitted any time and will be reviewed at the end of each month!

This activity is centered on “mobility grants”, also called Short-Term Scientific Missions. Early Career Investigators (ECI) and and Experienced ImageScientists, from Research Labs AND Core facilities, can apply for funds to cover their expenses when visiting a Host Lab in a different country (Lab or industry) where they will perform a short scientific project focused on Correlative Multimodal projects, and that should enable:

1) collaborations on innovative CMI methods,
2) access to CMI technology and/or image analysis tools for scientists lacking them locally,
3) knowledge transfers to support careers and regional development. Please, find more details here and contact Andreas or Julia for any question:

Andreas Walter – COMULIS Chair – andreas.walter@vbcf.ac.at
Julia Fernandez Rodriguez – COMULIS STSM Coordinator – juliafer@cci.sahlgrenska.gu.se

2) ITC Conference Grants

The network support Early Career Investigators from ITC countries with travel grants to visit conferences on (multimodal) bioimaging & image analysis between November 15th, 2018 and April 15th, 2019. The network specifically encouraging applications & poster submissions for the upcoming EMIM since COMULIS will have a session on Multimodal Imaging there. Applications will be peer-reviewed at the end of each month. Please, find more details here and contact Andreas or Ivana for any question:

Andreas Walter -COMULIS Chair – andreas.walter@vbcf.ac.at
Ivana Vrhovac Madunic – COMULIS Conference GrantCoordinator –  ivrhovac@imi.hr

Further information

COMULIS - Correlated Multimodal Imaging in Life Sciences

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