Academic partners

Academic partners

Academic partners

Contribute your scientific expertise

The SANBA metaprogramme does not constitute an additional source of funding but is a management tool designed to “go beyond” the work of standard programmes. In order to foster interdisciplinarity, some of the metaprogramme’s actions are open to academic partners.

Participate in and/or jointly construct projects

Using your own funding, you can take part in projects supported by the metaprogramme (both exploratory and emblematic).

  • Exploratory projects: innovative, interdisciplinary and potentially risky (with few or no preliminary results).  Duration: two years. Go to current projects
  • Emblematic projects: jointly constructed on a general theme proposed by the COPIL: maximum duration of four years.

If you see a theme that interests you, please contact the project coordinator directly to find out whether the project is open to academic partners. You can also jointly construct and submit with scientists in the SANBA community, projects receiving different types of research funding.

Participate in networks or consortia

Interdisciplinary research networks or multi-actor consortia include non-academic partners. Their aim is to encourage, support and accompany scientific communities or networks linked to the field covered by the metaprogramme. They must produce at least one previously identified deliverable: compilation/organisation of a project, planning/organisation of a seminar/workshop, production of a publication or position paper, etc.

If you see a theme that interests you, please contact the project coordinator directly to find out whether the project is open to academic partners.

Receive information

  • SANBA publishes a Newsletter (SANBA-News) that is open to all and provides recent news on the metaprogramme and animal health and welfare at both the national level and worldwide.
  • To subscribe/unsubscribe: send an email to the Management Unit.

Participate in and contribute to different scientific events

See also

Modification date : 18 July 2023 | Publication date : 26 February 2021 | Redactor : Com