Calls 2024 will open on January 2nd
Information about open calls is available by logging in to the myEADV portal.
- An investigator cannot apply in more than one project as a Project Leader in a single round proposal;
- An investigator cannot apply as a Project Leader if he/she already has an approved project that is being funded by the PPRC and has not been completed;
- Executive officers of the EADV are not eligible to apply for a grant by the PPRC as Project Leaders;
- Board members and Committee chairs/members may apply as Project Leaders or co-investigators for PPRC funding but cannot be personally compensated through the grant;
- Funding will be firstly allocated at the end of the submission year;
- The funding period essentially starts at the beginning of the year that follows the submission. Please consider this for the project timeplan and budget.
Criteria for evaluation
- The project benefits the EADV: the project will contribute to the mission and reputation of the EADV;
- The project benefits patients with skin diseases and contributes to the understanding of skin diseases, physician capabilities or patient care;
- The project involves several expert groups from European countries with a synergistic or complementary role in pursuing the objectives of the project;
- The project is co-ordinated by investigators with sufficient background experience and/or training in the specific research field;
- The project is original and carries true scientific or clinical interest;
- The project is feasible: the project objectives are realistic and can be achieved within a reasonable time frame (1-2 years);
- The project management plan is adequate: timing and resources are clearly specified and in line with the project requirements. Deliverables are clear and measurable;
- The project budget is adequate: a detailed realistic budget with justification of all elements is provided.
Evaluation and submission results
The budget limit on project funding is € 100.000.
The budget includes:
- Salary for project leader and other essential personnel;
- Equipment, supplies and software;
- Facilities and administrative costs;
- Travel expenses;
- Publications and miscellaneous costs.
2023 Successful applicants
|Applicant’s name||Country||Home institution||Title of Project|
|David Chromy||Austria||Medical University of Vienna||Diagnostic Performance of Cytology plus Viral Load and Typing of Human Papillomavirus as Anal Cancer Screening Tool in a High-risk Population – an Exploratory Study|
|Pietro Quaglino||Italy||Dermatologic Clinic, University of Turin||Plaque characteriza.on in Mycosis Fungoides: towards a standardized defini.on of clinical, histological, and|
|Juul van den Reek||Netherlands||Radboud University Medical Centre||International Recommendations on Dose Reduction of Biologics for Psoriasis – an eDelphi consensus study|
|Angelo Valerio Marzano||Italy||Fondazione IRCCS Ca’ Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico, Milan, Italy||HidradEnitis suppurativa syNdromes: decryptIng the etio-pathoGenesis enigMA|
|Marie-Charlotte Brueggen||Switzerland||University Hospital Zurich||IRDRESS – a European translational research registry for DRESS|
|Emiliano Antiga||Italy||University of Florence||Anti-alpha6 beta4 integrin antibodies in patients with mucous membrane pemphigoid: an European multicentric study|
|Anja Potthoff||Germany||WIR-Walk In Ruhr; Center for sexual health and medicine; Ruhr-University Bochum||Towards evolving clinically translatable recommendations: A prospective study comparing incidence of HPV genotypes and differences in HPV-associated dermato-pathologies between a PrEP-using MSM and a HIV negative/PrEP-naive MSM cohort|
|Andrea Bauer||Germany||Department of Dermatology, University Hospital Carl Gustav Carus, TU Dresden||Hand Eczema Core Outcome Set – Domains for Therapeutic Interventions|
|ELISAVET GEORGIOU||Greece||Aristotle University of Thessloniki, School of Medicine, Laboratory of Biological Chemistry||Identification of miRNAs for prognosis of glucocorticoid response in pemphigus|
|André De Castro Pinho||Portugal||Coimbra Hospital and University Centre||Skin grafts in dermatologic surgery: a prospective study of vascularisation and predictive factors of necrosis using laser speckle contrast analysis.|