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Health Science Platform Establishes Research Collaboration with Brazil

The Health Science Platform congratulates Prof Yanjun Zhao and Professor  Hans Lischka, and their respective collaborators in Brazil, Professor   Simone de Fátima Medeiros Sampaio and Professor Francisco Bolivar  Correto Machado, for been successfully awarded the Tianjin University  Health Science Platform (TJU HSP) and the São Paulo Research Foundation  (FAPESP) grant under the first 2017  SPRINT - São Paulo  Researchers in International Collaboration initiative   (Link to  http://fapesp.br/en/11137) .

The purpose of TJU  HSP - FAPESP SPRINT Program is to promote the engagement of researchers affiliated with  higher education and research institutions in the State of São Paulo in  partnership with researchers abroad in order to: further develop  qualitatively the ongoing research projects and work cooperatively,  aiming at the elaboration of joint research projects for medium and long term.

The next Call for proposals will open January 30, 2018 and submissions will be due on April 23, 2018.

Health Science Platform Establishes Research Collaboration with Brazil

The Health Science Platform congratulates Prof Yanjun Zhao and Professor  Hans Lischka, and their respective collaborators in Brazil, Professor   Simone de Fátima Medeiros Sampaio and Professor Francisco Bolivar  Correto Machado, for been successfully awarded the Tianjin University  Health Science Platform (TJU HSP) and the São Paulo Research Foundation  (FAPESP) grant under the first 2017  SPRINT - São Paulo  Researchers in International Collaboration initiative   (Link to  http://fapesp.br/en/11137) .

The purpose of TJU  HSP - FAPESP SPRINT Program is to promote the engagement of researchers affiliated with  higher education and research institutions in the State of São Paulo in  partnership with researchers abroad in order to: further develop  qualitatively the ongoing research projects and work cooperatively,  aiming at the elaboration of joint research projects for medium and long term.

The next Call for proposals will open January 30, 2018 and submissions will be due on April 23, 2018.