|LETTER OF INTENT
FOR PROJECT GRANT SUPPORT
is committed to funding a broad range of transplantation-related research, with
the ultimate aim of improving long-term outcomes for people with organ
is to support clinically oriented research projects, such as observational
clinical studies or studies that use human transplant samples for laboratory
To be considered for a grant award, applications should have demonstrable
applicability to human organ transplantation.
Only established, faculty member of academic staff at universities, transplant centres and research institutes are eligible as Principal Applicants.
Every applicant can submit only one Letter of Intent for each funding cycle. Every ROTRF grantee (including co-investigator) can only hold one ROTRF grant at a time.
The submission deadline is on 1st October of each year even if this date falls on a weekend or on a public holiday. The database will be closed at midnight between the 1st and 2nd October of each year (applicant's local time).
For the submission of a Letter of Intent you will be given a submission (ID) number, which allows you to access and edit your already submitted letter of intent at any time until the next submission deadline. To change or add to an existing Letter of Intent, enter your submission number and select the form you want to edit.
The only language which can be accepted for this submission is ENGLISH.
Please make sure that you submit your application as early as possible. You may encounter internet problems due to heavy traffic on the last days before deadline.
Please note that the data
transferred over the Internet will not be encrypted.
Please note that the data transferred over the Internet will not be encrypted.
Submission of a new Letter of Intent
Changes to your existing Letter of Intent.
ROTRF has received 13 submissions since the last deadline.