Final Announcement for IADVL Glowderma Research Grants 2020
Apr 08 2020
Greetings from IADVL!!
To promote research in
dermatology, leprosy and STIs, IADVL invites IADVL Life members and SIGs to
apply for IADVL Glowderma research grants. These grants are applicable for projects with bearing on
dermatology in community. Multi-centric projects will be preferred. Please do
not submit the same project under IADVL Research Grants 2020. Total budget
allocated for these grants is Rs 10 Lakhs.
research proposals with good study design, time-bound specific objectives,
adequate sample size, clearly defined study subjects and variables and appropriately
described statistical methods will be considered for grant. Only duly filled
and signed application forms with mandatory documents (refer to attached Application
form 2) will be accepted for evaluation by reviewers.
will be evaluated by the members of the IADVL SIG Dermatology Clinical Research
(SIG DCR). Please refrain from including any identifier in part II of the
application form, (including Clinical Trials Registry number or Institute
Ethics Committee name). Comments from members of the SIG DCR shall be
communicated to the principal investigator for consideration for modifications of
the proposal to improve them. Final decision on suitability for funding shall
be taken by a Jury, comprising of IADVL Academy members.
The following conditions
are considered before allocating grant
of proposed budget up to Rs 5 lakhs are preferable, a project with higher
budget may be considered, depending on quality of the proposal, relevance and
importance in Indian context, total amount available for funding and number of
projects short-listed for funding.
selected for IADVL Glowderma Research grant, another proposal by the principal
investigator will not be considered for IADVL Research grant in the same year.
point of time, a principal investigator should have more than two ongoing IADVL
applicants will have to submit proof of the Ethics Committee approval and
registration with the Clinical Trials Registry (applicable for all studies
approved for funding) within 6 months of receipt of communication on approval
of the grant will be in parts, as decided by the Jury.
will have to be submitted for presentation in DERMACON and for publication
within a year of completion.
cannot be used for thesis topics, to buy instruments or equipment, or for
projects longer than two years or partly funded by another grant.
multicentric project, the principal Investigator will be responsible for its
satisfactory completion and for submission of the accounts and project report. The budget requirement
of each such centre should be given separately in application form 2 along with
a no objection letter from Head(s) of concerned centre(s).
coinvestigators can be of an allied speciality, a no objection letter from the
head(s) of concerned department(s) should be submitted.
Investigators with two or more incomplete IADVL funded research projects (as on
31st May, 2020) or those who have not submitted a report or article for
publication within a year of the completion of their project will not be
Indian Journal of Dermatology Venereology and Leprology carries a guest
on the subject of preparing a research proposal that may be consulted when
preparing the proposal.
apply online through https://iadvl.forms360.io/ (The application forms and mandatory
documents to be submitted are available on the website https://iadvl.org/ ).
Due to exceptional circumstances due to COVID-19, the
link for proposal submission will be active from 8.4.2020 instead of 5.4.2020.
The last date for submission of project proposals is 10.05.2020 instead of 25.4.2020.
Any queries can be
directed to email@example.com with a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr Ragunatha Shivanna Dr Santoshdev P. Rathod
IADVL Research grant
Dr Deepika Pandhi
Dr Dipankar De
Chairperson, IADVL Academy Convener, IADVL Academy
Dr Kiran Godse
Dr Feroz K
Application Form 1
Application Form 2
Undertaking By the Investigators