Przejdź do treści Wyszukiwarka Kontakt
About the Programme


The International Research Agendas programme provides support for specialised, independent research units in Poland which will pursue international research agendas in strategic cooperation with renowned scientific institutions from other countries. The scope of the proposed research as well as the project lead’s international standing are key for the research centre’s success and its international scientific visibility. The challenge itself as well as the proposed means of solving it must be important enough so that the results of the research will be likely to be published in top scientific/scholarly journals and presented at prestigious scientific meetings.
Najnowsze aktualności
06
06.2022
From gene expression to behavior – a novel role of SRF protein controlling gene expression in the regulation of social behavior.
From gene expression to behavior – a novel role of SRF protein controlling gene expression in the regulation of social behavior.
25
05.2022
How to assess if photoreceptors are functioning properly – Breakthrough technique for diagnosing eye diseases
How to assess if photoreceptors are functioning properly – Breakthrough technique for diagnosing eye diseases
20
05.2022
CANVAS PROJECT TO FAST-TRACK RESEARCH ON IMMUNE THERAPY FOR NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER
CANVAS PROJECT TO FAST-TRACK RESEARCH ON IMMUNE THERAPY FOR NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER

The IRAP Council is an advisory body established by the Foundation for Polish Science, in line with its responsibility concerning quality assurance for the IRAP Project. It consists of external experts as well as representatives of both FNP and IRAP units.

 

The Council advises and makes recommendations to the FNP Board with regard to IRAP units and the programme itself, and is particularly concerned with the maintenance of standards conducive to scientific excellence of the IRAP Projects.


Prof. Andrei Lupas
The Chairman ofIRAP Council - Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology (Germany)
Prof. Karen Avraham
Vice Dean for Preclinical Affairs, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University (Israel)
Prof. Anne Borg
Rector at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Prof. Joan Guinovart
Emeritus Professor at Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Barcelona (Spain)
Prof. Beate Ritz
Co-director of the NIEHS-funded UCLA Center for Gene-Environment Studies of Parkinson’s disease (USA)
Prof. Lucia Sorba
Director of the Institute of Nanoscience of the National Research Council (Italy)
Prof. Sarah Hainsworth
Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of Bath (UK)

The IRAP Council is an advisory body established by the Foundation for Polish Science, in line with its responsibility concerning quality assurance for the IRAP Project. It consists of external experts as well as representatives of both FNP and IRAP units.

 

The Council advises and makes recommendations to the FNP Board with regard to IRAP units and the programme itself, and is particularly concerned with the maintenance of standards conducive to scientific excellence of the IRAP Projects.


Prof. Andrei Lupas
The Chairman ofIRAP Council - Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology (Germany)
Prof. Karen Avraham
Vice Dean for Preclinical Affairs, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University (Israel)
Prof. Anne Borg
Rector at Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Prof. Joan Guinovart
Emeritus Professor at Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Barcelona (Spain)
Prof. Beate Ritz
Co-director of the NIEHS-funded UCLA Center for Gene-Environment Studies of Parkinson’s disease (USA)
Prof. Lucia Sorba
Director of the Institute of Nanoscience of the National Research Council (Italy)
Prof. Sarah Hainsworth
Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, University of Bath (UK)
European Funds - Smart Growth Republic of Poland European Union - European Regional Delepoment Fund

The International Research Agendas Programme, conducted by the Foundation for Polish Science is financed by the European fund within the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014–2020, Measure 4.3. International Research Agendas.

© 2021 nFinity | All rights reserved