IMMANA (Innovative Methods and Measurements for Agriculture and Nutrition) is a program led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, which aims to create emerging leaders in nutrition, agriculture and health research.
IMMANA research grants aim to stimulate the development of interdisciplinary and innovative approaches and metric tools to advance scientific understanding of the relationship between agriculture, diet, nutrition and health outcomes to help inform policy decisions that will improve nutrition outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. – Income countries.
For IMMANA Phase II grants, there will be two rounds of funding. Up to 16 scholarships will be awarded through a competitive selection process, 8 scholarships per round and each scholarship will have a maximum value of £250,000.
- Candidates must be able to lead research at international standards of excellence in the proposed topics.
- The proposed topics aim to generate innovative, high-quality methods, tools and metrics that can be applied in the medium and short term to improve the contribution of agriculture and food system to nutrition and health in low- and middle-income countries. .
- Research and institutions in both developed, middle and low-income countries are eligible.
How to apply:
All applications will be subject to evaluation by the IMMANA management team and the chair of the independent expert committee based on the following criteria:Read:Albert Einstein Scholarship, Germany 2024-2024 – . 2024
- Scientific originality and excellence
- Collaborative approach
- The importance of improvement
- Translation value
Those who meet these criteria and are selected will then be invited to submit a full proposal that will be subject to the same criteria. An independent expert panel will evaluate the full proposals and peer review reports and recommend funding applications.
Visit the official website for more information: https://immana.lcirah.ac.uk/immana-fellowships