Call for proposals
Call for Letter of Interest in Multimodal Precision Medicine

2024-02-22 10:00 Europe/Stockholm
2024-04-24 23:59 Europe/Stockholm
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The Precision Medicine Capability at SciLifeLab aims to facilitate translational research and clinical trials within precision medicine (read our Roadmap). As part of this, we have received funding from the Swedish research council to increase accessibility to our national infrastructure, to support clinical trials in precision medicine with cutting-edge technologies. This call will fund 2-3 pilot projects to perform multimodal analyses at any of SciLifeLab’s technology platforms aiming to increase feasibility of bedside-to-bench-to-bedside coordination.

The pilots will mainly focus on sample flow, both bedside-to-bench and cross-platform including data integration. All needed permits need to be in place and sampling processes should aim to align with routine sampling and an efficient use of patient material to avoid unnecessary sampling, The pilots will focus on feasibility in generating multimodal data on small clinical cohorts (10s of patients) and the exact sample processing flow will need to be customized together with the PI and the technology platforms according to sample sets available and the requested data types to be generated. The funding provided will cover for the experimental costs and the expertise at the technology platform.

If you have questions about the call please contact the Precision Medicine Capability by email ( This call is open for clinically active researcher with a doctoral degree. English should be used when filling out this application. You are responsible for ensuring that the application is complete. Incomplete applications will not be processed.


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