We Are Specialized in Grants for Medical Technology and Innovation
Evers + Manders Grant Consultants offer specialisation and, as a consequence, added value. Added value that is of crucial importance for the success rate of your grant proposal. Particularly for medical science, specific knowledge of funding regulations as well as knowledge about the customer and their discipline is indispensable. We can offer you this knowledge and expertise!
Cardiology, Regenerative Medicine, Psychiatry, Neuroscience, and Medical Imaging Are Our Focus
We offer a wide range of expertise in medical technology and innovation. Within this field, cardiology, regenerative medicine, psychiatry, neuroscience, and medical imaging are our focus points. Specialisation brings added value for our clients, allowing us to gain more experience with specific technologies and innovations, and their related grant regulations. This enables us to further increase your chances of a successful grant application.
On the intersection of medical science and technology, we bring the knowledge and experience to support your R&D-activities with fitting grants.
Relevant Grant Schemes
- Health, Demographic Change and Wellbeing
- Fast Track to Innovation
- European Research Council
3rd EU Health programme
NWO and ZonMW
- ZonMW – Promising Care (Veelbelovende Zorg)
- ZonMw – Good Use of Medicines (GGG)
- ZonMW – TOP
- ZonMW – Topspecialistic Care and Research (TZO)
- NWO – Innovative Research Incentive Scheme (Vernieuwingsimpuls)
- NWO – Gravitation (Zwaartekracht)
- Research facilities
- NWO – Rubicon
- NWO – Open competition
- NWO – Dutch Research Agenda (NWA)
- NWO – TTW-Perspectief
- NWO – TTW-OTP
Dutch and Regional Grants
Health Fund Programmes in the Netherlands
- Nederlandse Hartstichting
- KWF kankerbestrijding
- Fonds Nuts Ohra
Project Examples Medical Technology and Innovation
We are strongly represented within (international) universities and academic medical centres, successfully supervising myriad project proposals in the fields of cardiology, nephrology, neurology, medical technology, radio therapy, psychiatry, and imaging.
And also the following projects, amongst others: