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​Grant Calls

Call for ARISE-GERI Research Grant (AGRG)

ARISE-GERI research grant is funded by a collaboration between Ageing Research Institute for Society and Education, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Geriatric Education and Resarch Institue. This collaboration focuses on:

  • ​Frailty
  • Community care and home-based care
  • Health systems and apps
  • Health policies
  • Psychosocial wellbeing of older adults

Please keep an eye on this space for more information on the grant application. 

Health Ambassador Grant

The Health Promotion Board (HPB) in Singapore is opening the Health Promotion (Health Ambassador) Grant w​hich serves as a seeding fund to encourage Health Ambassadors to initiate sustainable fitness interest groups in the community. Please refer to HPB's website for more information on how to apply: https://www.hpb.gov.sg/community/health-ambassadors/health-ambassador-grant 

AI Singapore Grants funded by Singapore NRF

The National Research Foundation Singapore has opened grants for research concerning the capacities and future of AI in Singapore. Please visit NRF's Website for more details: https://www.nrf.gov.sg/programmes/artificial-intelligence-r-d-programme

MOE Academic Research Fund (AcRF) Tier 2

The MOE AcRF Tier 2 grant scheme is the premium investigator-led for academic research. Please visit NTU's Website for guidlines and details: http://research.ntu.edu.sg/researchgrant/GrantCalls/Pages/details.aspx?URL=http://research.ntu.edu.sg/news/Pages/MOE-Academic-Research-Fund-(AcRF)-Tier-2-August-2017-Grant-Call.aspx&Guid=46345fa3-3aa9-401d-89e8-9da4806b15aa&Category=Grant+Calls 

Social Science Research Thematic Grant by Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Singapore

The Social Science Research Thematic Grant aims to encourage high-quality and impactful social science and humanities research in areas of strategic relevance to Singapore. It supports social science and humanities research projects, programmes or centres with bearing on key societal and economic issues affecting Singapore and the region. It aims to catalyse collaborations among existing research performers in Singapore, and encourage the effective use and adoption of innovative and inter-disciplinary methodologies, techniques and approaches. It also aims to support pathways to impact, including the test-bedding of ideas arising from research.

For more information on the grant calls and how to apply, please visit http://hss.ntu.edu.sg/Research/Pages/Social-Science-Research-Thematic-Grant-(SSR).aspx​ 
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