According to ICMR scientist Dr. Lokesh Kumar Sharma, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has solicited research applications for ad-hoc projects under the research program for the year 2021.
ICMR provides financial support in the form of ad-hoc projects to scientists/professionals who have regular employment in medical colleges, research institutes, universities, recognized research and development laboratories, government and semi-government organizations, and NGOs to encourage research in the country in the field of biomedical research.
Young scientists can apply for the following fellowships from the ICMR to help them do research in the field of biomedical sciences.
The research proposal must be submitted by December 17, 2021, to be accepted.
“All projects involving research on human beings/animals must be cleared by the registered Human Ethics Committee/Animal Ethics Committee of the respective institute,”Dr Lokesh Kumar Sharma
The “Full-length research Ad-hoc proposals” should only be submitted online at https://epms.icmr.org.in, and no proposals should be submitted in physical/ hard copy.
Scientists/professionals who have regular employees are eligible to apply for a research grant in the Adhoc project program, according to ICMR standards for the research program in the letter dated January 1, 2018.
The ICMR’s objective is to promote diagnostics, treatment, and prevention methods/vaccines through invention and translation.
The Indian Council of Medical Research, based in New Delhi, is India’s apex organization for biomedical research planning, coordination, and promotion, and is one of the world’s oldest medical research organizations. The research priorities of the ICMR are in line with national health priorities. These efforts are being made in order to lessen the overall burden of disease and to improve the population’s health and well-being. Through intramural and extramural research, the ICMR fosters biomedical research throughout the country.