RESPIRE 4 Host Application and Web Registry
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 847462
Within the framework of the RESPIRE4 Research Fellowship programme in respiratory science, a brand new RESPIRE4 Web Host Registry platform has been launched in early 2020 with a list of pre-registered host centres.
Why pre-register as a RESPIRE4 Host Centre?
- To feature your host centre on the RESPIRE4 Web Host Registry and to be potentially contacted by prospective applicants to develop a joint application
- To participate in the RESPIRE4 programme, as only pre-registered centres can potentially host Marie Skłodowska-Curie RESPIRE4 fellowship recipients.
What if the centre has already been registered under a previous RESPIRE programme?
- In line with the Grant Agreement with the EU, Host centres already registered under a previous RESPIRE programme will need to commit to the new, amended RESPIRE4 administrative criteria (section A of the Host Online Application Form) and to submit a new application online (Section B of the Host Online Application Form) in order to ensure that the information to be published on the new Web Host Registry is up-to-date. If needed, host centres can retrieve their Host application under a previous programme (e.g. RESPIRE3) by emailing: email@example.com.
- However, they will benefit from a fast-track review procedure as they will not need to undergo a scientific review
APPLY NOW: Host Online Application Form & related documents
Annex I - RESPIRE4 Overview - For information/reference
Annex II - RESPIRE4 Host application process overview - For information/reference
Section A - RESPIRE4 Host Application Online Form (Administrative Checklist) - Mandatory form to be downloaded, completed & signed. It will then need to be uploaded via Section B (link below)
Section B - RESPIRE4 Host Application Online Form (Scientific overview) - Mandatory form to be completed directly online.